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Metro-North Railroad Fires 9 Rookie Conductors In Cheating Scandal

Metro-North Railroad has fired nine rookie conductors and reassigned three others after an investigation into cheating on an important safety exam.


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Regents Exam Cheating Scandal Hits Poughkeepsie City School District

There’s another scandal brewing in New York State. This one involves allegations of cheating on Regents exams. Dramatically improved test scores first drew suspicion, and now an investigation is in full swing.


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Woodbridge Teachers, Principals Punished In Cheating Scandal

Two elementary school principals and three teachers in Woodbridge have been suspended with pay after state investigators said they helped students or encouraged cheating on standardized tests last year and in 2010.


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Nearly 200 Brooklyn Students To Retake SAT After Scores Invalidated

Students from nearly 50 schools took the exam on May 5 at the Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn Heights.


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Sweeping Security Changes For ACT, SAT To Be Announced Following L.I. Scandal

The new measures are expected to include dual identification to prevent impersonation, using state-of-the-art photo recognition and enhanced handwriting analysis.


Donna Cooke, guidance director (left) and Superintendent Roberta Gerold (right), of the Middle Country School District, reading DA's letter (credit: Mona Rivera/1010 WINS)

Officials Look For Possible SAT/ACT Exam Cheating In Suffolk County

Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas J. Spota sent letters to school superintendents, asking for information about possible college entrance exam cheating in their districts.


Michael Pomerantz, left, and an unidentified student surrender in the SAT cheating scandal on Nov. 28, 2011 (credit: Mona Rivera/1010 WINS)

2 More Students Surrender In SAT Cheating Scandal On Long Island

Michael Pomerantz, 18, faces felony charges for allegedly being paid to take college entrance exams for other students. Another student faces a misdemeanor charge.