A magnet for crooks and frauds. Voters in California pay attention and help get rid of all publicly funded, non-public, private sector, for profit (no matter the label) corporate charter schools.
The Clayton Valley Charter High School was audited, and the results were appalling. Actually, they were what you would expect when a private organization gets public funds and is unsupervised and when the state law ignores conflicts of interest and nepotism.
The article appears in the Mercury News Behind a paywall. It begins like this:
CLAYTON — The married top leaders of Clayton Valley Charter High School raked in almost $850,000 in less than two years before leaving the school last spring, a county investigation found.
The probe also revealed that the couple misused school funds, hired people in secret and created positions without the school board’s approval.
An audit report released Friday evening as part of the agenda for the Contra Costa County Board of Education’s Oct. 3 meeting states that the charter school “has not been following best practices” when it comes to “management hiring practices, vendor service…
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