In today's Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney called for a full-scale investigation of the DCPS cheating scandal along the lines of the investigation that got to the truth in Atlanta. The public seems to finally be demanding the investigatoin DCPS has been avoiding since the scandal came to light in 2010.
In expressing his outrage, McCartney points out that "No details have been provided, and almost nothing has emerged about
classes in about 100 other schools with suspect numbers of erasures from
2008 to 2010. Considering that such erasures were first identified as a
problem more than three years ago, it’s appalling that the District
hasn’t gotten to the bottom of this." We agree.