Three District of Columbia Schools Cited in Investigation
A report at USA Today states that just three D.C. schools have been found guilty of cheating on standardized tests known as the DC-CAS in April 2011. The reports were limited to three classrooms within these three schools, which represents a very small number of the 5,089 classrooms that actually took the tests. The findings were announced by the Office of the State Superintendent of Education.
- 14 schools were completely cleared of any cheating charges
- 11 schools had minor issues
- 9 schools had moderate issues
- 3 schools had critical issues involving test cheating