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Principal Says There's 'No Cheating' at Woodbridge High School

The NJ Department of Education is investigating WHS for cheating allegations on standardized tests. Principal Lee Warren says it never happened.

Principal Says There's 'No Cheating' at Woodbridge High School

The NJ Department of Education (NJDOE) may be investigating Woodbridge High School based on allegations of cheating, but the school's principal said it's completely unfounded.

"There's no cheating here. There's never been cheating here. We don't have that problem," said Woodbridge High School principal Lee Warren in an interview.

Warren swore that there is no basis for any accusations of cheating. "I don't know anything about cheating. There isn't any cheating in Woodbridge High School," Warren reiterated. "We haven't done anything."

Early in August, Superintendent John Crowe admitted that Woodbridge High School, route: {:controller=>"listings", :action=>"show", :id=>"woodbridge-high-school-4"} --> was being after the Office of Fiscal Accountability and Compliance’s (OFAC) initial report on cheating at  and 

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