As part of their investigation into cheating at Atlanta Public Schools, investigators for the governor’s task force interviewed dozens of school officials and teachers. They also interviewed Gary Price, managing partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, who served as chairman of a Blue Ribbon Commission backed by the Metro Atlanta Chamber. The commission’s report, issued in 2010, found no systemic cheating at APS. But the inadequacies of those findings prompted then Gov. Sonny Perdue to appoint a task force to dig deeper.
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