The Cheektowaga Times reports that internal investigations which revealed “compromised” final exams at Marvyale High School led to the suspension of most of the school’s “Project Lead the Way” technology program. In the wake of the findings, two tech teachers have resigned since the allegations became known in June, with a third is not expected to return. The program allows students to earn technology credits from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Superintendent Gary Brader was given information at the beginning of exam week that some tests had been compromised through inappropriate downloading and other inappropriate materials. Because of the resignations, the project is put on hold for the upcoming school year…