After uncovering $30 Million in fraud by Pennsylvania Charter schools, members of the community and parents have seen their “Right to Know” requests for information about Philadelphia Charter Schools fraud prevention policies and other public information go unanswered. A formal complaint will be filed on Monday and a request that the PA Attorney General open an investigation into these private, non-profits and how they care for taxpayer dollars.
Where: 21 S. 12st St. Philadelphia
When: Monday, December 8, 2014, 11 AM
Who: Charter and Public School Parents and
Members of ACTION United and PCAPS
After leaving the Attorney General’s office, members will head over to 440 N. Broad. The School Reform Commission is starting hearings on 40 new charter applications. We will deliver the report, highlighting the existing charters that are seeking to expand at the same time they have inadequate controls and insufficient SRC and state regulation, jeopardizing additional Millions of taxpayer dollars.The SRC has refused our request to increase auditors and to require fraud risk assessments by all charters, including those applying in this new round.
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