No Hall Pass

Dozens of former educators from Atlanta public schools -- including the ex-superintendent -- have finally been indicted in one of the nation's largest test cheating scandals.

Former Superintendent Beverly Hall faces charges including racketeering, false statements and theft because prosecutors say some of the bonuses she received were tied to falsified scores. Hall retired just days before a state probe was released in 2011.

Despite mountains of evidence showing wide-spread corruption, Hall has long denied knowing anything about the cheating. If found guilty, she could serve up to 45 years in prison.