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Marian Wang is a reporter for ProPublica, covering education and college debt.
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
NY State Official Raises Alarm on Charter Schools — And Gets Ignored
Add another voice to those warning about the lack of financial oversight for charter schools. One of New York state's top fiscal monitors told ProPublica that audits by his office have found "practices that are questionable at best, illegal at worst" at some charter schools. Pete Grannis, New York...