Charter school not teaching classes in taxpayer-funded building

Star Ledger: Newark charter school is on shaky ground, lease for unused facility at center of state probe

A lease on the property at 15 James St. in downtown Newark says there’s a charter school here, teaching children in kindergarten through sixth grade. But a visitor to the building on a regular weekday walks through empty rooms where there are no desks, no books and nary a sign that any education goes on here.

Finally you ask, “So where are the kids?” State investigators are asking the same question.

Shenanigans afoot on James St. (Interesting timing for this story to break, too.)

Author: Ken Walker

Husband, Father, Newarker, PCA Elder, Business Analyst. In a glass case of emotion since 1978.

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