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In 2011 a third of all charter schools had accounting problems, legal violations or other problems in their audits.

According to Leslie Postal of the Orlando Sentinel, under Florida law, charter schools are run by independent governing boards. Although the schools use public money, state and district officials have little to no control over how the money is spent. According to an August report by the state auditor general, a third of state charter schools had accounting problems, legal violations or other problems in their 2011 audits.

Read that last part again.

Even if we forgot for a second how charter schools don't perform better than public schools how can we find this acceptable?

We're in trouble if we continue down this road.

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