Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Administrator Stealing From Children...again

With the San Francisco Unified School District facing a $113 million deficit, administrators, including an associate superintendent, engaged in a long-running scheme to funnel tens of thousands of dollars of district money into their personal bank accounts via nonprofit community organizations. The money was to provide students with health education, substance abuse counseling, violence prevention, after-school activities and other services. Some fabricated overtime reports and falsified signatures on district contracts. The records also include copies of checks and invoices, suspension and termination notices and contracts bearing signatures that the district says were falsified.

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