A data-entry error has a cost an Atlanta charter school operation $2.3 million, prompting a plea to Georgia lawmakers for help.
It’s a problem for Atlanta Public Schools because the charter operator, Kindezi School, is part of the city’s school turnaround strategy.
Dean Leeper, the Kindezi founder, asked a House of Representatives subcommittee Monday for nearly $1 million that should have been requested previously through the state's formal budgeting process for two of his schools.
APS sent an administrator to testify by his side.
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