By David Beasley ATLANTA (Reuters) - A judge is expected on Thursday to reevaluate the prison terms for the three former Atlanta public school administrators who received the harshest punishments after being convicted in a test cheating scandal. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter has not indicated why he ordered the new sentencing hearing for the educators but could reduce their seven-year prison terms. Former area directors Tamara Cotman, Sharon Davis-Williams and Michael Pitts were the three highest-ranking school officials found guilty this month on conspiracy charges spurred by a state investigation that uncovered widespread cheating in the Georgia city's schools on 2009 standardized tests.
Having weathered two all-night curfews with no major disturbances, Baltimore officials are now trying to manage growing expectations they will immediately decide whether to prosecute six police officers involved in the arrest of a black man who later died of injuries he apparently received while in custody.
Zeta Beta Tau at the University of Kansas has kicked out four members who admitted involvement in a video posted on social media.