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Berverly Hall Denies CheatingHAWAII — While vacationing in Hawaii, former Atlanta Public Schools superintendent Beverly Hall told an Atlanta news crew that she “absolutely knew nothing about the cheating scandal.” Her comments come a week after an investigation revealed widespread cheating among Atlanta teachers who helped students cheat on state standardized tests.

In a statement last week, Hall’s lawyer issued a statement that reiterated Hall “most definitely did not know of any widespread cheating” on the 2009 examinations, or on tests administered during any other year, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

Read more at The Huffington Post.

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