7 on leave in Alabama schools grade-changing probe

Seven Montgomery Public Schools employees have been put on administrative leave in the wake of an investigation into improper grade-changing.{} The investigation revealed 200 students from three high schools, Jefferson Davis, Robert. E. Lee and Sidney Lanier, were impacted by the changes.{} Officials say the unidentified employees may face disciplinary action, including termination and losing their teaching certificates.{} Over the past two months, there have been two probes involving state and county education boards for illegal grade altering.