then click school grades basic information on schools and scroll down to charter school at Arlington you can see I was both right and wrong.
Here is another article about it too. http://members.jacksonville.com/news/metro/2014-04-02/story/jacksonville-charter-school-gets-go-ahead
The second thing they complained about was I said there was one stop shopping between Renaissance charter schools a non-profit and Charter schools USA. Here is the thing Renaissance Schools shares a mailing address with Charter Schools USA, and right there on CSUSA's website regarding a school in Doral, it says that Renaissance Schools are part of the Charter School USA "family" Further, all of Charter Schools USA's Jacksonville locations are operated by Renaissance. It is logical and quite reasonable to conclude that the companies have a close relationship. The fact that they "have been vetted by tax lawyers" as separate entities may indicate that their finances are not co-mingled and that the companies have been careful to stay separate on paper. That doesn't mean that there is not a close business relationship. The phrase "one-stop shopping" references the shared address.
I hope I cleared those things up but before I get into the things that they did not complain about let me say my whimsical language non-withstanding I don’t think Charter Schools USA is doing anything illegal. On the contrary I believe they are playing the system (one I believe their campaign contributions helped create) like a virtuoso and they obviously have some high priced lawyers to help them.