The District did put Principal Po Tang and a teacher, Judy Eng, on leave because the District believed they were part of those who did break the testing rules. (The associate principal, Michele Nishioka, left the District.)
However, it has come to my attention - via public disclosure documents - that the District didn't conduct one investigation. Here's what Barbara Nahouraii, Senior Human Resources Analyst, said yesterday (bold mine):
The District is conducting the Beacon Hill investigation in stages.
For Phase I, Ms. Sebree issued three different versions of her report on three different dates.
Because the second phase of the investigation (Phase II) (related to who erased answers in the test booklets) is still ongoing, we did not want to release these three reports until one particular witness was interviewed again. That witness was interviewed today by a new investigator; thus these reports can be provided to you at this time.
We are currently redacting student names from the documents. We will give you the documents by no later than Monday, July 13, 2015.When the second phase of the investigation is complete, the investigative report related to that phase of the investigative will be produced if requested. The second part of the investigation is not being conducted by Ms. Sebree.
Ms. Sebree is Curman Sebree, the investigator that the District hired.
What can I possibly add except wait, what? Staged investigations and three different versions of a report on three dates. Well, what could be the problem there?
I'll let you know when I get my copies.