Prosecutor’s office had inkling of Columbus schools’ data scandal

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The tipster, Katie Huenke, a now-retired supervisor over district social workers, testified at Ey’s hearing that she had noticed attendance records used in truancy cases were disappearing before cases went to trial, a phenomenon that escalated toward the end of the 2010-11 school year. It caused truancy cases to be dismissed.

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