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      Critic accuses TPS of not taking responsibility

      Officials have warned that any TPS employee who may have participated in scrubbing could face disciplinary action.

      Tina Henold, who last year, ran unsuccessfully for a seat on the board of education for Toledo Public Schools last year is unimpressed with how the district's leaders is handling the scrubbing controversy."I notice in the statement they made on Monday that not one person took responsibilty for what happened," Henold said. On Monday, Ohio Auditor of State Dave Yost named Toledo as one of eight school districts still being investigated for scrubbing, or misreporting student attendance records.

      Bob Vasquez, TPS board vice president, says the district has cooperated and is continuing to cooperate with state investigators. "We were the ones that reported our methods for counting students to the Ohio Department of Education and we have been transparent in everything we've done," Vasquez said.READ: TPS Superintendent addresses latest in 'scrubbing' investigation State officials have not outlined when any punishments might be handed down. But officials have warned that any TPS employee who may have participated in scrubbing could face disciplinary action.