Reporting of the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal has mostly subsided. I am probably in the minority of people with long memories on this and a desire to still know what's going on.
That said, today's reporting in the AJC (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) speaks of APS's "Top-Lawyer" ("top" being the woman-in-charge) moving to Michigan to take up a similar post.
And, part of the first reporting (see paragraph #2) includes her paycut -- from Atlanta Public Schools salary of $211,000 to Grand Rapids Public Schools salary of $115,000. I'm not particularly sure why this being reported first struck me. But it did.
The article goes on to report "She was Hall’s chief of staff for about 10 years before Davis appointed
her to the interim general counsel position when he took over in July
2011." Moreover, Superintendent Davis "barred" her from being involved in the cheating scandal stuff once he came on.
And, as I just indicated at the onset -- there have been no indictments. None.
"No one has been indicted, and Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard has declined to comment on the investigation."