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By Melissa Daniels | PA Independent
HARRISBURG — More than 100 Pennsylvania educators could be on the hook for losing their state certifications as fallout from a statewide cheating scandal.
Secretary of Education Ron Tomalis said Friday the state will soon take disciplinary actions against “easily over 100” teachers and administrators who are suspected of changing answers on [...]
By Jared Sichel | PA Independent
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s top auditor has a message for Penn State — things must change.
Thursday, Auditor General Jack Wagner called on the Legislature to order the troubled university to comply with the state’s Right-to-Know law.
“I would hope that this would be a priority in September, and the General Assembly could deal [...]