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Don Bosco Charter High School, which already announced that it would close in June, needs to return $256,000 in allegedly misappropriated federal funds, the state announced on May 18. The Kansas City Star reports that state officials informed the charter school that an audit found that some Title I funds were used inappropriately to help cover staff salaries and benefits and to purchase materials in the 2009-10 and 2010-11 school years. Title I distributes federal funds to public schools to help provide extra services for students from low-income families...Click here for the full story
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