“A D.C. charter board official allegedly received $150,000 to help divert money from Options to individuals.“.. Washington Post
Wow….Only the poor, the economically and politically disenfranchised can offer their suffering as an industry.
“These related-party transactions between for-profit management companies and the nonprofit public charter schools are not onl…y appropriate and lawful, but the same arrangements exist with several other public charter schools,” A. Scott Bolden said. “It seems to me that the government has quite a burden on its hands in proving these claims against my client.” ….Washington Post
Translation: “All you’ll that are doing wrong like me better step up and defend me; I am not going down alone!” Or, “Let’s make a deal Mr. Prosecutor; I can give you names!” The tragedy is that this educational rip-off scheme is presented as a reformational “choice” to an unsuspecting/trusting community, that is so in need of a sincere and honest educational opportunity for their children.
New claims surface in Options charter school case.. www.washingtonpost.com