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6:44 am
Fri August 30, 2013

State Bills CCS For Data Probe

Taxpayers are being asked to cover the costs of the investigation of the Columbus City Schools' data rigging scandal.

The State Auditor's office has billed the district 70-thousand-dollars so far. As many as 17 auditor's employees are investigating the rigging of student-attendance data to improve the district's state test scores.