From Linda Conner Lambeck, CT Post:
The state Board of Education agreed unanimously Monday to hire an attorney to investigate the group that help run Bridgeport’s Dunbar school and several other schools once it was learned its director had a criminal record and lied about having a doctorate.
Not only that, some 17 years after the state approved its first charter school, it was announced by Commissioner of Education Stefan Pryor that the state-funded but independently operated charter schools would also undergo thorough personnel background checks and would be subject to nepotism policies.
The board will hire Frederick L. Dorsey, a Hartford attorney, to serve as a special investigator to not only look at FUSE’s financial records, but also:
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