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Principal Says There's 'No Cheating' at Woodbridge High School

The NJ Department of Education is investigating WHS for cheating allegations on standardized tests. Principal Lee Warren says it never happened.

The NJ Department of Education (NJDOE) may be investigating Woodbridge High School based on allegations of cheating, but the school's principal said it's completely unfounded.

"There's no cheating here. There's never been cheating here. We don't have that problem," said Woodbridge High School principal Lee Warren in an interview.

Warren swore that there is no basis for any accusations of cheating. "I don't know anything about cheating. There isn't any cheating in Woodbridge High School," Warren reiterated. "We haven't done anything."

Early in August, Superintendent John Crowe admitted that Woodbridge High School, route: {:controller=>"listings", :action=>"show", :id=>"woodbridge-high-school-4"} --> was being after the Office of Fiscal Accountability and Compliance’s (OFAC) initial report on cheating at  and 

marym September 21, 2012 at 12:12 PM
My son didn't attend WHS, but another TWP HS, and he said there was cheating going on there too. He graduated over 4 years ago. It is just too familial in Woodbridge, everyone is related to someone else in this district. While I agree Crowe needs to step down, he was working with some very pushy take no prisoners females. Obviously he could not control them and relinquished his better judgement.
NotInKansasAnymore September 21, 2012 at 06:10 PM
Maybe if he says "no cheating" enough it makes it come true????
So Much to Say September 22, 2012 at 02:59 AM
Principal Lee Warren are you worried about your job? You should be.
Really? January 25, 2013 at 12:14 PM
When is the public, this state realize there is cheating in all the school districts and higher education. The educational system has become a scam. Everyone seems to know about it and nothing is done. There is a lot of relation and friends in all the school districts. Business as usual, political nonsense they pretty much everyone allows, yet it continues. When are we going to have real leaders that actually do something about it. Students are getting rob, not all students are getting the same fair chances. It is not just the abbott districts, its all the districts that politics is being allowed to played because everyone wants that scholarship and they will lie to make sure their own is taking care of. Everyone knows it. They should change the public school over to private schools. Give each parent a certain amount of money to educate their kid of their choice of school. If they are not happy, they can take their money and move to another school. The state, towns would save money and more accountability will come with it. The schools who are not doing what they should would go out of business eventually.
Really? January 25, 2013 at 12:15 PM
No one believes the school officials any longer. Look at their track records...People are more educated than they once was.


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