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Principal axed over cheating scandal

THE principal of a prestigious middle school in east China's Jiangsu Province has been removed over a cheating scandal involving 94 students.

The students took tests for others who had dropped out of school.

The Ganyu County Education Bureau said Wang Rui was being removed as principal of Luoyang Middle School, yesterday's Oriental Morning Post reported.

Another school official who was not named in the report was also sacked.

The bureau's investigation showed that 10 teachers had organized 94 junior-2 students to sit this year's nationwide high school enrollment test during the weekend for the school's graduating junior-3 students, who missed the test because they had dropped out or had poor academic records, said Hu Zhongmin, disciplinary supervising secretary of the Ganyu County Education Bureau, the report said.


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