Texas test scandal ex-school chief faces 3.5 years


A former superintendent is scheduled to be sentenced Friday for his part in a scheme to fraudulently improve high-stakes school testing scores in the El Paso Independent School District by getting rid of students likely to fail, the Associated Press. Lorenzo Garcia pleaded guilty in federal court in June to two counts of fraud and faces up to 3½ years in prison. Garcia admitted to devising a scheme to keep
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