Kevin Ohlandt reports that the “Delaware Academy of Safety and Security” has closed down effective immediately.

The school leader has had problems with “ghost students” in the past, students who were counted but never attended. That’s called inflating enrollment for the sake of getting more money from the state.

Kevin wonders why the school wasn’t closed at the end of the last school year, in June. Now the students and families must find a new school, now.

Here is the closure notice.

The school was neither “safe” nor “secure.” It was a gamble. Why do parents gamble with their children’s lives? Are they so easily fooled into buying a shady deal?