Richard Hyde, the investigator behind the July bombshell report of extensive teacher cheating in Atlanta’s schools, expects to have the next installment of the unfolding saga ready by Thanksgiving, reports the Huffington Post. At the request of former Georgia Gov. Sonny Purdue, Hyde and his team are now investigating several suspicious test results from schools in Dougherty County, which surrounds Albany, Ga., and where one quarter of residents live below the poverty line. The investigative team also includes workers from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, who have been quietly interviewing teachers in the district, sometimes with the aid of a polygraph machine…

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