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Oklahoma’s top school board has demanded Epic Charter Schools repay $11.2 million in state funds that auditors say was illegally used and falsely classified in financial reports.

The Oklahoma State Board of Education unanimously voted Monday to order Epic to pay within 60 days of receiving notice. The amount of $11.2 million is based on material findings from an audit by the Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector’s Office.

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