A recently released internal report from the Atlanta Public Schools district shows that there was no evidence of racial discrimination from teachers and administrators found during an investigation.
The report did not show that the investigators found evidence of grade-changing or discrimination based on race. The allegations of racially offensive statements said to students by teachers at the school were said to lack evidence that they were ever said because other students interviewed could not corroborate the very specific accusations.
Buckhead Patch is researching to learn more about just how this investigation was conducted.
Last fall, then Principal Mark MyGrant and other NAHS top administrators were removed on what's referred to as "Bloody Friday" by APS officials because of what Superintendent Erroll Davis called low academic performance from students.
MyGrant believed the removal may have been connected to anonymous allegations from parents about racial discrimination from some of the teachers and administrators he'd hired.
Buckhead Patch received the internal report this morning and will post updates about the report after it is thoroughly reviewed.