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The Pennsylvania Department of Education has sued Agora Cyber Charter School in Devon, Pa., alleging its board misused millions of taxpayer dollars to benefit a company owned by the school's founder, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. The civil complaint maintains that the cyber charter's board of trustees entered into unlawful contracts with Cynwyd Group LLC, a management company that the state says Agora founder Dorothy June Brown co-created "for the purpose of making money from managing and operating the school." Cynwyd was slated to collect $2.8 million from Agora to manage the school, though most of the work was done by
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