USA Today ran a carefully researched article that strongly suggests that much of the rise in school test scores under school chancellor Michelle Rhee was due to teachers' cheating. Teachers had a substantial incentive to cheat since they would get an $8,000 bonus if their students improved beyond set levels. This is the sort of serious investigative journalism that is rarely seen anymore.

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