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Districts culture of cheating rampant for decades

In a follow-up to an investigation by The Philadelphia Inquirer, reporters Melanie Burney and Frank Kummer found that the culture of cheating on standardized test in New Jersey's Camden school district dates back to the 1980s. Camden School Board President Philip E. Freeman "said recent internal investigations, including of allegations of grade changing in two high schools, had confirmed a 'culture inherent throughout the district that has been difficult to dissolve because it's been so deeply entrenched.'"

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