No one knows if Atlanta's school superintendent or any of the others involved will go to jail, but they wouldn't be the first if they do.
Lorenzo Garcia, the former superintendent of schools in El Paso, Texas, has been sitting in a federal prison since last year. He's the nation's first superintendent convicted of fraud and reporting bogus test scores for financial gain.
Now, the school district is in turmoil and everybody is blaming everybody else for the scandal.
In the Whataburger parking lot across from James Bowie High School, the last thing kids want to talk about is "the cheating scandal."