In a Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012 photo, Cesar Diaz sits in his grandmothers house, in El Paso, Texas. A cheating scandal in which schools would get rid of underperforming students to artificially inflate their high stakes test scores has rocked the El Paso ISD, landed a former superintendent in jail and prompted the Texas Education Agency to put the district on probation. “They took away my high school, my time,” said Diaz, who was told to drop out after the school claimed it had proof he was living in Mexico. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)

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In a Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012 photo, Cesar Diaz sits in his grandmothers house, in El Paso, Texas. A cheating scandal in which schools would get rid of underperforming students to artificially inflate their high stakes test scores has rocked the El Paso ISD, landed a former superintendent in jail and prompted the Texas Education Agency to put the district on probation. “They took away my high school, my time,” said Diaz, who was told to drop out after the school claimed it had proof he was living in Mexico. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)
In a Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012 photo, Cesar Diaz sits in his grandmothers house, in El Paso, Texas. A cheating scandal in which schools would get rid of underperforming students to artificially inflate their high stakes test scores has rocked the El Paso ISD, landed a former superintendent in jail and prompted the Texas Education Agency to put the district on probation. “They took away my high school, my time,” said Diaz, who was told to drop out after the school claimed it had proof he was living in Mexico. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)
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