INDICTMENTS! [No April Fool]

The floodgates have opened and, to my surprise (since I had been reporting that no one else seemed interested any longer and that no charges had been brought as of last week) there have been several administrators, school leaders, and teachers INDICTED for their roles in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal.

From the headlines are the specific charges.  Here is more about what happens after the indictment.
In what has been described as one of the largest cheating scandals to hit the nation's public education system, 35 Atlanta Public Schools educators and administrators were indicted Friday on charges of racketeering and corruption.
The indictment is the bookend to a story that was once touted as a model for the nation's school districts after the district's test scores dramatically improved in some of its toughest urban schools.
Among those indicted by a Fulton County, Georgia, grand jury was Beverly Hall, the former schools superintendent who gained national recognition in 2009 for turning around Atlanta's school system.
Local Channel 2 news (WSB):

More after the break...