July 29, 2022 4:57 pm

Plan for Oceanside includes training, no longer paying teachers through for-profit firm

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The board of a Mount Pleasant charter school needs to undergo training, ensure its contracts follow conflict-of-interest policies and stop paying employees out of a company that provided visas to Chinese investors, according to its sponsoring school district.

Those are among the steps Oceanside Collegiate Academy must take to get back in good standing and avoid potential closure, outlined in a “corrective action plan” sent to the school’s board Aug. 20 by its sponsor, the Charter Institute at Erskine.

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