Convicted educators freed from jail

9:15 pm Apr. 14, 2015

The 10 former Atlanta educators sentenced Tuesday for their roles in a test-cheating scandal were out of the Fulton County Jail by 9:10 p.m.

They either met the requirements set by Judge Jerry Baxter or posted

Atlanta cheating case: Dana Evans sentencing

12:41 pm Apr. 14, 2015

Dana Evans

Former Dobbs Elementary School principal

Convicted of racketeering and of false statements and writings

The case against her: conspired to change answers on the 2009 CRCT or to help students find the correct answer as

Atlanta cheating case: Pamela Cleveland sentencing

12:35 pm Apr. 14, 2015

Pamela Cleveland

Former teacher at Dunbar Elementary School

Convicted of racketeering and two counts of false statements and writings.

The case against her: Prosecutors said there were a high number of wrong-to-right erasures on some of her classroom

Atlanta cheating case: Diane Buckner-Webb sentencing

12:28 pm Apr. 14, 2015

Diane Buckner-Webb

Former teacher at Dunbar Elementary School

Convicted of racketeering and two counts of false statements and writings.

The case against her: Prosecution witnesses said they saw her erasing some test answers..

Her defense: Her attorney said some

Atlanta cheating case: Theresia Copeland sentencing

12:23 pm Apr. 14, 2015

Theresia Copeland

Former test coordinator at Benteen Elementary School

Convicted of racketeering and one count of false swearing

The case against her: A witness testified on three occasions she saw Copeland with tests that should have been locked

Atlanta cheating case: Tabeeka Jordan sentencing

12:19 pm Apr. 14, 2015

Tabeeka Jordan

Former assistant principal of Deerwood Academy

Convicted of racketeering

The case against her: She erased answers on the 2009 Criterion-Referenced Competency Test or told others to make changes.

Her defense: Some witnesses testified they did not