It's amazing that you could decipher it given the typos and errors in grammar.
Wrong-to-right erasure rates occur at seven standard deviations from the norm so rarely that the odds of them happening naturally are approximately the same as you buying a ticket to a concert with 14,000 other people - and you show up and everyone else there is over seven feet tall, just by chance.
Yet most of these APS classrooms (and classrooms in other public school systems) are showing WTR erasure rates sitting at 9, 15 - and 52 standard deviations from the norm.
And those classrooms are in the same school as other classrooms experiencing WTR erasure rates sitting 30, 40, and 50 standard deviations from the norm. In fact, every tested classroom in that school is showing a WTR erasure rate that would happen, by chance, independently, less frequently than one in a few hundred million (or trillion, or trillion-squared) times.
You want to talk about whether the teachers in these schools cheated and whether the test administrator and principals in these schools were complicit BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT?
My wife teaches grad-level ed leadership at a local university. I asked her if she wanted to read the Atlanta report on the cheating. She said “Heck no!”. She started reeling off facts and figures regarding cheating nationwide. The one thing I understood was that as long as there are $$$ attached to grades, this stuff will continue...and only get worse.