What would you say about a school that had the lowest graduation rate in the nation? What would you say about a school whose owner made millions of dollars from taxpayers while making regular contributions to state legislators and other elected officials? What should happen if that same school was audited by the state and found to have inflated the number of students? What should happen if the auditor determined that the school overcharged the state by $60 million and refuses to repay it? What if the school goes to court to fight the repayment and loses, using taxpayer dollars to advertise its cause?
The Columbus Dispatch reported here on the origins of this lucrative scam.
What should be the consequences for this massive ripoff of students and the public?
The state is allowing it to remain open, continue recruiting students, and pay off its debt a little at a time.
If it were a public school, it would have been closed long ago for its poor performance and its defrauding of the taxpayers.
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