Who says only for-profit charter school operators and private schools seeking vouchers from public funds want to profit on the backs of our children.
As the Times Union reports from New York State:
Flights aboard the Concorde for vacations in England. Mortgage payments for homes in Florida, the Hamptons and Pennsylvania. More than $1 million in ATM cash advances.
A small group of public school employees in Roslyn, an affluent Long Island community, pilfered $11.2 million for personal benefit since 1996, a state audit has found.
State Comptroller Alan G. Hevesi told The Associated Press on Wednesday that he had never before seen such a "systematic misappropriation of taxpayer money" by school officials.