(HOUSTON) — Five teachers at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School were reportedly accused of helping kids on some very important state exams last spring.
According to reports, HISD Superintendent Dr. Terry Grier weighed students’ statements and some suspicious test scores and suggested firing the instructors. Instead, the school board approved a deal allowing four of the accused to resign, taking along a year’s salary with them.
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We’re told the fifth teacher in the case had already quit to take another job and won’t get that severance pay.
In their defense, the teachers reportedly said the students had confused assistance on some practice tests with the official state exams.
The teachers’ names have not been released.