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Georgia State Cheats On Statistics| To Get More Money, Fired Analyst Says

ATLANTA (CN) - The University System of Georgia inflated its enrollment by keeping students on the rolls at Georgia State for two or three months after they left school, giving the university system "much more money than it was entitled to," and it fired an analyst programmer for doing his job and reporting the cheating, Jerry Von Hendy claims in Fulton County Court. It also reported inaccurate information about student loans, Von Hendy says. See complaint.

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