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Haskell University leader avoiding newspaper over investigation
Posted: Thursday, May 31, 2012
Haskell Indian Nations University
President Chris Redman has indefinitely postponed a meeting with The Lawrence Journal-World as the paper looks into an investigation of falsified student-athlete test scores.
Redman has canceled two interviews so far. He says he won't sit down until the paper receives a response to its Freedom of Information Act requests.
The FOIA process at the
Bureau of Indian Affairs
typically takes months to resolve, giving Redman plenty of time to avoid questions about employees and students who were disciplined over falsified ACT test scores and modified student transcripts.
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Once again, Haskell delays meeting with newspaper to discuss manipulating test scores
(The Lawrence Journal-World 5/31)
Haskell University investigated for falsified student test scores
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