The Washington Post reports that the indictment of Andre J. Hornsby, former superintendent of Prince George's County, Md., Public Schools, has led to second-guessing of the school board. Hornsby was indicted on Tuesday, August 22, by a federal grand jury on charges of steering school tech business to associates in exchange for kickbacks that were intended to exceed $100,000 and possibly included luxuries such as art or a yacht. Hornsby has maintained his innocence on the charges and says he will defend himself "vigorously." However, parents are up in arms because Hornsby earned a yearly salary of $250,000 and,...
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