November 22, 2021 7:33 pm

Audit: Charter school uses $100,000 in MFP funds to open private day care

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It’s a treat to fly at the front of the plane, where seats are bigger and fares are roughly double the cost of a coach seat. But for the state’s most prolific charter school operator, first-class air travel is allowed. In addition, the company will pay for the travel of employee spouses, family members and “companions” of executives as well.

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