These scandals happen so often that at some point they won’t be newsworthy.
A virtual school in Ohio was put on a one-year probation because an audit showed it has a deficit of $800,000.
Hard to know how it ran at a deficit when virtual schools get full tuition and don’t have any of the expenses of brick-and-mortar schools.
And one minor detail was that the charter had hired the wife, brother and son of the superintendent in the district where it was headquartered.
Little details like this can easily be overlooked.
The audit said that hiring those folks might conflict with the state’s ethics laws, but let’s not rush to judgment.