ODE Sends Disciplinary Letters To Five More CCS Prinicipals Tied To Data-Rigging Scandal
Ohio Department of Education records show five more Columbus City Schools principals could lose their state educator licenses in connection with the district's attendance data-rigging scandal. The department has told the principals suspected of falsifying data they have until September to request a hearing. The district won't enact further penalties pending the outcome of the hearings. The latest notices accuse administrators of misconduct during the 2010-11 year.