JMHS in NEW ORLEANS IS CHARGING FOR OVER 400 STUDENTS->

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WHO NEVER ATTEND SCHOOL

Slidell, LA

#1 Mar 3, 2013
JMHS in NEW ORLEANS IS CHARGING FOR OVER 400 STUDENTS->
WHO NEVER ATTEND SCHOOL!
JOHN MC DONOGH HIGH SCHOOL IS THE HOME OF THE OWN TELEVISION NETWORKS NEW REALITY SERIES CALLED THE "BLACK BOARD WARS"!
------NOW FOR THE FACTS------
CHARTER SCHOOLS CHARGE LOCAL TAX PAYERS OVER $8,000 PER REGULAR EDUCATION STUDENT AND OVER $19,000 PER SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENT ANNUALLY! Are you starting to see the BIG PICTURE here? If you throw in all the EXTRA SPED Money and add in all the Absentee Students that go unaccounted for each and every day, we are taking about literally Hundreds of Millions of Dollars.
QUESTION: WHO GETS THE MONEY WHEN THE VAST MAJORITY OF STUDENT DON'T EVEN ATTEND SCHOOL?
ANSWER: The Charter School Operator, especially in cases where they Falsify Attendance Data, which sadly, has been the Case in far tooOOOO MANY CASES AROUND THE DIVIDED STATES OF AMERICA.
QUESTION: Why has the Liberal Media Jumped all over this form of CORRUPTION?
ANSWER: Because the LIBERAL JEWS who also control 90% of Americas’ New Media are not and I repeat “NOT” reporting the Prevalence of this very Serious Issue and FOX NEWS spends most of its Air Time Cracking Jokes about President Obama, instead of reporting the Legitimate NEWS!
In the City of New Orleans John Mc Donogh High School is charging the State of Louisiana for Teaching 556 Students, but in REALITY less than 150 Students attend the School on a daily basis.
FACT: At $8,000 Dollar per Student that is $3.2 Million USD's unaccounted for annually, and that’s just at one High School.
FACT: Multiply that amount by the Number of Charter Schools located in the Greater New Orleans Area and it's easy to see that HUNDREDS of MILLIONS of USD's are going unaccounted for annually.
----------A QUICK LOOK AT WHAT’S GOING ON IN OTHER STATES---------In Philadelphia, the School Reform Commission gets to decide whether a new charter to form a school should be granted. The SRC also decides whether to renew existing charters that are expiring. But it has limited say over what charter schools do in the interim.
In Philadelphia, charters receive about $8,100 for every regular-education student and $19,700 for every special education student on their rolls. That money comes from the School District of Philadelphia, which gets more than half of its per-pupil spending from the state.
Seeking to contain its charter costs, the District has tried to manage the growth of existing charter schools. Despite a string of courtroom losses, the District has refused to pay charters who enroll students over their caps.
In response, six city charter schools have gone directly to the state to receive payment. The state has paid the charters, withholding a corresponding amount from its basic education subsidy to the Philadelphia District.
Broadly speaking, that’s how the state’s charter school law says it should happen.
No one knows that law better than Pennsylvania charter school pioneer Walter Palmer.
Since the beginning of the 2011-12 school year, his school, the Walter D. Palmer Leadership Learning Partners Charter, has received $5.5 million directly from PDE. That money has been deducted from the state subsidy to the District.
Palmer, whose school now enrolls roughly several hundred students more than his charter agreement spells out, says he’s entitled to every penny:“The legislation states very clearly that charters cannot be capped.”
He also says that other charters are starting to catch on:“Many schools are starting little by little to add on students.”
That’s what has District officials so concerned.
Each month, they get another letter from the state, saying they’ve lost hundreds of thousands more dollars to charters exercising their right to unfettered expansion.
fatuous1 is MARK TRAINA an outspoken Civil Rights Activist/Certified School Psychologist from Louisiana. His personal website is ( www.marktraina.webs.com )
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