It’s time to admit it. In fact, it’s way past time. It was a really bad idea to criminally prosecute educators accused of falsifying Criterion Referenced Competency Test results in the Atlanta Public Schools.
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Wyc Orr, a Gainesville attorney, is a former Democratic member of the Georgia House. Orr’s law firm represented some APS educators involved in the investigation, but none prosecuted criminally.