In an article published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "Cheating our children" the author reports about the Atlanta cheating scandal.
The author provides a map showing school districts throughout the United States and how their test scores have changed from 2008-2011. For each district, a colored "flag" represents a certain amount the test scores went up.
Red represents the highest amount a test score went up and dark green represented that test scores did not change.
This map was very interactive and helped to get a better visual in the areas of the United States that the article did not report to be cheating, but that could be investigated due to having such a high increase in test scores.
It gives you a chance to play around flagging districts indivdually represented by the flags showing scores across the nation.