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A pupil arrives in the courtyard of the Abbe de l'Epee elementary school on September 3, 2013 in Marseille, southern France, prior to enter her classroom on the first day of school. More than 12 million pupils went back to school today in France

Three of the Atlanta Public Schools educators found guilty in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating case had their sentences reduced from seven years in prison to three.

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Former regional directors Tamara Cotman, Michael Pitts and Sharon Davis-Williams were convicted of racketeering in the APS cheating case and Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter originally handed out sentences more than double the time of what prosecutors had recommended.

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