Eye on Education

Columbus Dispatch: Watchdogs Can Profit From Charter School Oversight

The groups responsible for monitoring how charter schools manage their state funding sometimes pad their pockets with those dollars.

“Sponsors” are responsible for overseeing the $780 million in state tax money that flows to Ohio charter schools each year. Their job is to hold charters accountable for spending and academic performance, ensuring that they follow rules and laws as they educate more than 100,000 students.

Read more at: www.dispatch.com

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