Another Columbus City School Official Tied To Data ‘Scrubbing’ Investigation Leaving Job


UPDATED: Friday March 8, 2013 2:43 PM

Another Columbus City School official connected with the district’s ongoing data “scrubbing” investigation is stepping down.

10TV obtained Stanley Pyle’s resignation letter on Friday.

It states that Pyle will leave his post as assistant principal at Briggs High School in June and retire from CCS. The letter is dated January 15.

In February, 10 Investigates uncovered documents that suggested Pyle changed numerous grades from Fs to Ds while working as assistant principal at Marion Franklin High School.

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