The New York Times reported on Monday, January 6, 2014 regarding Dr. Beverly Hall pleading not guilty, while 17 educators pleaded guilty, and more are negotiating in a cheating scandal in Georgia. Investigators looked into allegations of widespread cheating on the 2009 state-mandated CRC Test. 44 schools and 178 teachers and principals...
May 17, 2014: The Daily News published an article about the second teacher in a week arrested from Burke County High School. Debra Tanksley, 37, turned herself into authorites for sexting with a student. Previously, on May 6th, police had arrested Ashley Ashe, 25 for having a sexual relationship with a student. The Daily News wrote:
March 17, 2014: First Coast News reported the arrest of Lori Carmichael Quigley, 41, a math teacher at McIntosh County High School in Georgia. Quigley arrested and charged with three counts of sexual assault by person with supervisory or discipline authority. First Coast News wrote: Major Danny Lowe says Lori Carmichael Quigley, 41, was a math teacher...Read more
March 2, 2014: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution published an article stating John McGill, principal at Mt. Carmel Elementary School. McGill was one of many arrested under "Operation Broken Heart". A complete list of all arrested in DeKalb County is provided in the article. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution wrote: John McGill was one of 14 people arrested in an undercover...Read more
Geocities reports about the marriage between Clark, age 37 and her 15 year old husband. Clark has served her time in jail and has been released. The couple are attempting to gain custody of the child that was born as the result of their affair and marriage. To read more, utilize the source link below. Clark,...Read more
CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. —
Students in Cherokee County say a dare prompted two students to perform a sex act in a high school cafeteria. The students Channel 2’s Amy Napier Viteri spoke to at Etowah High School said a student used a cellphone to record the incident, which happened during lunch with plenty of people around. “Was there...Read more