High school columnists and editors for the school’s newspaper, the Booster Redux at Pittsburg High School in southeastern Kansas, had assembled to discuss Amy Robertson, who was enlisted as the principal of the high school on March 6.
The understudy writers had started investigating Robertson, and rapidly discovered a few errors in her training accreditations. For one, when they explored Corllins University, the private college where Robertson said she got her lord's and doctorate degrees years prior, the site didn't work. They found no confirmation that it was an authorize college.
The understudies started diving into a weeks-in length examination that would bring about an article distributed Friday scrutinizing the authenticity of the principal’s degrees and of her work as an instruction advisor. Robertson resigned on Tuesday evening.