Prospective teachers in three southern states paid stand-ins to take their licensing exams, according to a federal investigation that uncovered 15 years of mass fraud in the public school licensing system.
In response, education reformers in Arkansas are calling for a renewed push to decrease the state’s reliance on government-run schools.
“I think what this demonstrates is that there is a much stronger case for school choice than we previously realized,” said Dan Greenberg, president of the Advance Arkansas Institute, in an interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation.
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