In the latest twist to a storyline that has surfaced previously during the presidency of George W. Bush, the U.S. Department of Education's (ED's) inspector general says he will review whether federal money is being spent inappropriately on educational technology sold to schools by a company founded by Neil Bush, the president's brother.

Based on reporting by eSchool News, there appears to be no evidence that administration officials have had any influence over school districts' decisions to buy products from the company, Ignite! Learning.

In an interview with eSchool News, the Ignite! founder suggested the extra scrutiny given to his company


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