Leader in Teacher Cheating Scheme Gets 7 Years

Former Memphis assistant principal Clarence Mumford was sentenced to seven years in prison for organizing a teacher cheating scheme throughout Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee. According to prosecutors, between 1995 and 2010, Mumford falsified identification and enlisted teachers to impersonate others for teacher license exams, collecting more than $120,000. The Memphis Business Journal has the story.

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