Camelot Education takes the students that public schools have given up on. But some current and former students say its discipline goes too far.
A top official in the New York State Comptroller’s Office has urged regulators to require more transparency on charter school finances. The response has been, well, nonexistent.
New York State's First Deputy Comptroller Pete Grannis, shown in April 2010, has contacted regulatory agencies and the mayor's office about charter-school finances and says he has gotten "no response whatsoever." (Photo: Mike Groll/AP) Add another voice to those warning about the lack of financial oversight for charter schools. One of New