Teachers were no longer grading their own regents exams and APs were worried their numbers would go down. They had good reason to. At least one had been known to magically raise failing grades to passing ones and all that was needed was a weekend in between the grading and the recording of the grades. Now that power had been taken away.
I've heard rumors that those proctoring these students were hand picked from a group of teachers willing to supply answers during the exam. The AP might have found a way to beat the system after all. I wonder if this is something being taught in the "buy your adminsitrative degree" program. If it is, this administrator has learned well and gotten value for the money spent.