A former school superintendent and her husband were among six people indicted in November for allegedly bilking the New York City Board of Education of about $3.2 million that was meant to buy computers for 19 schools.

Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said the six carried off a bid-rigging, bribe, and kickback scheme in which they pocketed half the $6.3 million in computer contracts the Board had designated for Community School District 29, in southeast Queens.


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