ATLANTA - More arraignments are being held at the Fulton County Courthouse on Friday in the Atlanta Public Schools test cheating scandal.
Former superintendent Beverly Hall arrived at the courthouse around 9 a.m. Friday for her arraignment. Channel 2's Linda Stouffer said Hall walked in calmly and made no comments.
Hall pleaded not guilty and left the courthouse with her attorney.
Hall is charged with violation of Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, false statements and writings, false swearing and theft by taking in connection to a CRCT cheating scandal.
Thirty-five APS educators were indicted in March in connection to the cheating scandal.
On Thursday, four of the accused entered not guilty pleas; Dr. Sharon Davis, Tamara Cotman, Tabeeka Jordan and Michael Pitts.
Several other educators will be arraigned on Friday, as well.
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