10 are fired and 2 quit at beleaguered Dallas charter school

Jan. 7, 2014
Texas education officials are investigating alleged wrongdoing at Prime Prep Academy, co-founded by former football player Deion Sanders

Ten employees at Prime Prep Academy, a Dallas charter school co-founded by former NFL star Deion Sanders, have been fired and two others have resigned as the Texas Education Agency continues to investigate the school. The Dallas Morning News says state investigators are looking into allegations that include violations of the National School Lunch Program, failure to report conflicts of interest, inadequate financial reporting and failure to comply with required criminal history reviews of employees.

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