The remaining 33 defendants in the Atlanta Public Schools test-cheating case face the legal equivalence of a game ofchicken with life-altering consequences.
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Four ex-Atlanta educators will be in court Friday to ask a judge to suppress statements made by their alleged co-conspirators. The hearing is expected to involve former Dunbar Elementary Principal Lera Middlebrooks, former Deerwood Academy Assistant Principal Tabeeka Jordan, former Dunbar Elementary teacher Pamela Cleveland and former Dobbs Elementary teacher Dessa Curb.