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Should the African school teachers in Atlanta be put in prison for changing test scores as to pass the unfit?

by tom44 on November 9, 2013

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Question by Arthur Eyetus: Should the African school teachers in Atlanta be put in prison for changing test scores as to pass the unfit?
178 charged (known), over 90 confessed to doing that, rest pending. Atlanta city schools get twice the funding as my little “hick” White town here in Indiana and 95% of them pass on the level. Only 75% of the blacks passed even with the “teachers” changing the test scores, on real tests only 25% would have passed. Is it possible, just possible that there is more difference in the “races” than just skin color?

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Answer by Vincent
Golly, prison just isn’t severe enough for a serious offense like this. I say send them to death row.

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3 thoughts on “Should the African school teachers in Atlanta be put in prison for changing test scores as to pass the unfit?

  1. LovelyStar says:

    No. If Casey Anthony was not convicted of murder then they are as well, not guilty. Everything in America is a race thing. As much people hate to admit it, it is. Just we black people are unfortunate enough to have the shorter end of the stick.

  2. USA MALE says:

    Yes and their license taken away since they work for we taxpayers. Anyone that is dishonest on their job should be fired.

  3. Night Ranger says:

    YES, ABSOLUTELY, they should be sentenced to serve 10 years and 1 day in a max custody prison with no connection to the out side world (i.e. phone and sending receiving letters), and for ever test they passed by modifying the test scores they should have to pay $ 1,000 and for every one they don’t pay they get an extra year and all the sentencing would be with out the possibility of probation or parole and no shortened sentence for good behavior, if they were to ever be released for serving their full term they would never be allowed to ever have a job in any state in the U.S. and would never be allowed to attend any school for any continuing education stuff.

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