Educators began turning themselves in on Tuesday morning. The first three of the 35 were Tameka Goodson, Theresa Copland, and Donald Bullock. Later in the day, Sandra Ward and Gregory Reid and others turned themselves in. This marks the beginning of the booking and bond setting phase. Currently, bonds are being set at $2 million for principals, $1 million for testing coordinators and assistant principals, and in the hundreds of thousands for teachers.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, First Five APS Cheating Scandal Defendants Surrender: http://www.ajc.com/news/news/local/first-aps-cheating-scandal-defendant-surrenders/nW9Zx/
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Warrants Show Bonds for APS Defendants: http://www.ajc.com/news/news/breaking-news/warrants-show-bonds-for-aps-defendants/nW9wm/