Atlanta Educators Indicted in APS Cheating Scandal

4:02 PM, Apr 3, 2013   |    comments
  • Beverly Hall, 66, former superintendent
  • Millicent Few, 54, human resources director
  • Dana Evans, 46, principal of Dobbs Elementary School
  • Dr. Sharon Davis-Williams, 57, school resource team executive director
  • Dr. Tameka Goodson, 40, school improvement specialist at Kennedy Middle School
  • Kimberly Oden, 36, teacher at Parks Middle School
  • Francis Mack, 34, testing coordinator at D.H. Stanton Elementary School
  • Gregory Reid, 45, assistant principal of Parks Middle School
  • Derrick Broadwater, 35, teacher at Dobbs Elementary School
  • Angela Williamson, 46, teacher at Dobbs Elementary School
  • Tamara Cotman, 42, school resource team executive director
  • Diane Buckner-Webb, 51, teacher at Dunbar Elementary School
  • Theresia Copeland, 56, testing coordinator at Benteen Elementary School
  • Pamela Cleveland, 53, teacher at Dunbar Elementary School
  • Donald Bullock, 57, testing coordinator at Usher-Collier Heights Elementary School
  • Ingrid Abella-Sly, 53, teacher at Humphries Elementary School
  • Sheridan Rogers, testing coordinator at Gideons Elementary School
  • Sheila Evans, 50, teacher at Benteen Elementary School
  • Armstead Salters, 73, principal of Gideons Elementary School
  • Starlette Mitchell, 31, teacher at Parks Middle School
  • Shani Robinson, 28, teacher at Dunbar Elementary School
  • Wendy Ahmed, 48, teacher at Humphries Elementary School
  • Tabeeka Jordan, 41, assistant principal of Deerwood Academy
  • Michael Pitts, 57, school resource team executive director
  • Sandra Ward, 43, testing coordinator at Parks Middle School
  • Christopher Waller, 40, principal of Parks Middle School
  • Shayla Smith, 31, teacher at Dobbs Elementary School
  • Dessa Curb, 64, teacher at Dobbs Elementary School
  • Lisa Terry, 47, teacher at Humphries Elementary School
  • Gloria Ivey, 70, teacher at Dunbar Elementary School
  • Carol Dennis, 44, secretary at Kennedy Middle School
    
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Thirty-five Atlanta Public Schools educators have been indicted in the district's cheating scandal and must turn themselves in to the Fulton County Jail. Photos: WXIA.

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