School board members in Maryland allege graduation fraud

UPPER MARLBORO — Board members of Maryland's second-largest school district have signed a May 30-dated letter calling for investigation into alleged "widespread systemic corruption" that fraudulently boosted graduation rates since 2014. Local news outlets report four of Prince George's County's 14 school board members allege whistleblowers have evidence about changed grades and credits to students for ...

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