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Haskell University investigated for falsified student test scores
Posted: Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Department of Education
Haskell Indian Nations University
in Kansas for falsified student-athlete test scores, The Lawrence Journal-World reports.
As a result of the investigation, Haskell disciplined some employees and students, the paper said. Two of the employees who were involved no longer work at the school.
Details about the investigation, however, have been hard to come by. The paper has asked Haskell for more information about allegations of falsified ACT test scores and student transcripts.
The paper was supposed to meet with Haskell President Chris Redman this week, but the meeting was rescheduled for next week. The paper has filed a Freedom of Information Act request.
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Haskell provides no new details on violations
(The Lawrence Journal-World 5/25)
Disciplinary action taken against Haskell employees after investigation of student-athlete test scores
(The Lawrence Journal-World 5/15)
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