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Letter: Students not at fault in Glen Cove

Buses fill up with students and leave from

Buses fill up with students and leave from the Margaret A. Connolly Elementary School in Glen Cove. (April 12, 2013) Credit: Steven Pfost

In "Use scandal to fix testing" [Editorial, Sept. 30], Newsday asks, "What will happen to those teachers and administrators accused of helping kids cheat on tests in the Glen Cove school district?"

To imply that these fifth-graders intended to cheat is wrong. The teachers, if found guilty of the accusations, are the cheaters. Don't blame the children for some educators' highly questionable motives and lack of good judgment.

Dan Gribbins, Levittown
 

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