BAD EDUCATION FRANK TASSONE ACCURACY TRUE STORY: HOW AURATE HBO'S NEW MOVIE??

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Bad Education is the new HBO drama from director cory finely and screenwriter Mike Makowsky tells the really true story of the scandal that erupted in 2002 at a premiere high school on Long Island. Associates found guilty of various roles in carrying out and covering up an elaborate $11.2 million fraud in several school administration. And his assistant Superintendent Pamela Gluckin, a wisecracking, hardworking woman with a thick Long Island accent.

Frank Tassone was like boogeyman and Drawing upon his knowledge of the events, his familiarity with the Roslyn community, and reporting from the time, Makowsky aimed to write a screenplay that would adhere as closely as possible to the actual event of the case. Then we consulted school records, Makowsky, Robert Kolker’s 2004 New York magazine article about the Scandal.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVffM3OZkH8

IN BAD EDUCATION HILLTOP BEACON’S REPORTING

Embezzlement story was the first broken Roslyn High school’s own newspaper, Then Hilltop Beacon, the depth of investigative reporting that Rachel does in Bad Education is exaggerated. Rebekah Rombom ahs a student journalist who broke the story in real life, then her original scoops only involved Pam Gluckin and the missing $250,000. She didn’t dive quite as deep Rachel as able to in Bad Education. And after sometime Hilltop Beacon broke the story, they report into the embezzlement scandal-all including the discovery that address of the supposed word processing company Wordpower was same as Tassone’s home address done by Newday.

WHO PAM GLUCKIN? ALLISON JANNEY’S CHARACTER IN BAD EDUCATION

When that is true Pam Gluckin was Tassone’s assistant superintendent in 2002, she was caught stealing $250,000 from the school. She really did rack up charges at hardware stores, thought according to New York Magazine article, she mostly wrote school check pay off her credit ard bills, rather than using a school-issued credit card.

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