Atlanta Schools Official Reassigned Pending “Go to Hell” Investigation
(AJC) — The Atlanta Public Schools official under investigation for advising principals to tell GBI agents to “go to hell” was reassigned Monday. District leaders moved Tamara Cotman from her position supervising about 25 elementary and middle schools to another job in the system’s English as a second language department until the inquiry is finished. District spokesman Keith Bromery declined to elaborate on the reasons for the transfer or provide further details on Cotman’s new job. The reassignment marked an abrupt shift for the district, which had allowed Cotman to continue in her supervisory position for two months after it received a complaint about a meeting with principals.