Martha Dalton

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What It's Like To Be Back In School?

Friday, August 07, 2020

Some schools in the South and the Midwest have reopened this week. NPR looks at what being back in school has been like in Georgia and Indiana.


'I Need A Degree In Order To Move Forward': Why Some Adults Choose College

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

About 7.6 million adults 25 and over attended college in 2018. Among them are a mother of four, a Navy vet and a grandmother finishing what she started more than four decades ago.


Graduation Coaches Help Georgia Students Cross The Finish Line

Sunday, June 07, 2015

The US high school graduation rate is at an all-time high. But why? NPR Ed partnered with 14 member stations around the country to bring you the stories behind that number. Check out the whole story here. And find out what's happening in your state.

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Judge Reduces 3 Educators' Sentences In Atlanta Cheating Scandal

Friday, May 01, 2015

In a highly unusual move, the judge in the Atlanta test-cheating case said he had a change of heart. He reduced three people's sentences from seven years in prison to three.


Atlanta Educators Handed Sentences In Cheating Scandal

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

In a fiery sentencing hearing Tuesday, a judge in Atlanta lashed out at some of the 10 former educators convicted in a grade-changing scandal.


11 Ex-Atlanta Public School Employees Found Guilty In Cheating Scandal

Thursday, April 02, 2015

They were found guilty of conspiracy when they switched student test scores. The verdicts close a dark chapter for the school system and the city of Atlanta. One defendant, a teacher, was acquitted.


Jurors Resume Deliberating Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Case

Monday, March 23, 2015

Twelve ex-educators are accused of changing students' test scores in a scandal dating back to 2009. Jurors have six months of evidence to go through, including testimony from more than 130 witnesses.


Closing Arguments Underway In Atlanta Test Cheating Trial

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Twelve Atlanta educators stand accused of changing students' test scores, casting a shadow over the city and its public school system since it first came to light in 2009.