In theory, the District is not responsible for debts or other obligations left behind by the independent, non-profit boards that operate the schools. In practice, the city has spent a little over $1 million since 2008 closing out failed charter schools, executive director Scott Pearson told the D.C. Council on Tuesday.
".....there are a lot of great deals and love that the schools are all striving for equality no matter the address....besides a successful attorney (especially with the attorney Jobs Bill of 2012/ marriage amendment) would probably have the cash to use a private school option or be a member of a charter such as Franklin Academy.....tell them Lynn...reassignment headaches are in the history/rearview mirror in Wake County......thanks."
Zollie Lyons, sharecropper, home from the field for dinner at noontime, and part of his family. He has thirteen acres of tobacco and a labor force of five. Upchurch, Wake County, North Carolina. Photo by Dorothea Lange