We've got an update to today's earlier post. Washington D.C.'s Acting Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson has asked the D.C. inspector general to investigate erasures which occured on standardized tests at many D.C. schools between 2008 and 2010.
The erasures came to light in 2009, but a third-party investigation by Caveon Test Security found no tampering. But following an article in Monday's USA Today, Henderson has decided a second investigation is necessary. "These poor teachers are now tainted," Henderson told The Washington Post. "They were cleared by an investigation. I feel like I owe it to them to remove the taint." You can read more at The Washington Post.