COLUMBUS, Ohio — A former superintendent went to prison in Texas for conspiring to remove low-performing students from classrooms to boost average test scores. Principals in Missouri and Oklahoma are out of their jobs after attendance-related scandals.
Attendance 'scrubbing' tempts low-ranked schools
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