Hot line set up for teachers in Chicago schools

10/4/2002 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

About 30 teachers have called a hot line set up by the Chicago Teachers Union to report experiences of pressure from principals to cheat on standardized test results, the union says. The union set up the hot line after it was revealed that six teachers and three principals were involved in cheating.

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