3 ex-DeKalb educators indicted in cheating probe
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DECATUR, Ga. (AP) — DeKalb County District Attorney's officials say three former school administrators have been indicted in a CRCT cheating probe.

Angela Jennings, former principal of Rock Chapel Elementary School in Lithonia, is charged with 16 offenses including public record fraud and computer forgery.

Agnes Flanagan, former principal of Cedar Grove Middle School in Decatur, faces nine charges, including making false writings, public record fraud and forgery.

Derek Wooten, former assistant principal at Stoneview Elementary School in Lithonia, faces 13 charges including public record fraud, making false statements and writings and computer forgery.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Flanagan is accused of altering student's tests, Jennings is accused of removing students from enrollment records so their scores wouldn't impact school averages and Wooten is accused of altering attendance records to meet federal guidelines.

Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.

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