Montgomery Public Schools

Altered Student Grades
12:18 pm
Sun November 17, 2013

6 Montgomery Educators Face State Hearings

Six Montgomery Public Schools educators accused of participating in a district-wide grade changing scheme are facing state trials.
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Six Montgomery Public Schools educators accused of participating in a district-wide grade changing scheme are facing state trials.

The Montgomery Advertiser reports the district's former assistant superintendent, two principals, an assistant principal and two teachers are expected to appear before an administrative law judge in December.

The newspaper reports the educators could lose their teaching certificates.

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Business & Education
7:32 am
Wed November 21, 2012

Bice: Findings in Grade-Changing Probe 'Troubling'

Ala Superintendent Tommy Bice
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Alabama's schools superintendent says a state investigation into grade-changing allegations at Montgomery Public Schools has turned up "significant findings."

Superintendent of Education Tommy Bice tells The Montgomery Advertiser that he has been provided with a large number of documents related to the findings, which he called "troubling."

Bice said the findings uncovered in the investigation are serious enough that he planned to spend part of the upcoming holiday period reviewing the documents.

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Business & Education
11:24 am
Fri October 19, 2012

Ala. Mayor: 'Shut Up' About Grade-Changing Probe

The mayor of Montgomery said everyone should "just shut up" about the investigation into whether grades were altered in Montgomery County's public school system.

Mayor Todd Strange said whatever the facts are, the board of education will do the right thing. He said his advice is for everyone to quit discussing the investigation until the results are seen.

The Montgomery Advertiser reports (http://on.mgmadv.com/R87Xjc) that the mayor made the comments as he closed his media briefing Thursday.

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