Clark County School District officials say two administrators who were placed on leave during a cheating investigation are back on the job, but in different positions. District officials say the investigation into a dramatic improvement in standardized test scores at Kelly Elementary School in 2012 is still open, but then-principal Patricia Harris and then-assistant principal Steven Niemeier have been reassigned to new jobs.
The Nevada Department of Education released a report in April concluding at least one adult changed wrong responses to right ones on answer sheets. But the investigation did not determine who might have been responsible.
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