San Diego charter may close

Aug. 24, 2007
Questions about financial mismanagement at Children's Conservation Academy.

Just days before students are to return to classes at Children's Conservation Academy in San Diego, the taxpayer-funded charter school is in imminent risk of shutting down amid questions of financial mismanagement and a lack of leadership. The school, which opened in 2005, served 168 students in kindergarten through sixth grade last year and planned to add a seventh grade this year.

Click here to read The San Diego Union-Tribune article.

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