Two have resigned since the district put educators on notice Thursday that terminations were imminent. A state investigation released in July accused 180 Atlanta educators of cheating; about 120 remain on the payroll at a cost of $600,000 a month to the city school district.
More educators are expected to resign or retire in the coming weeks, Davis said. After that, the district plans to pursue the most egregious cases first.
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