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Fulton Science Academy Claims Inaccuracies in Audit

The Fulton charter school issued a press release that promises a full response after its governing board has time to study the document.Many Sandy Springs students attended Alpharetta school.

 

's principal, Kenan Sener, issued a press release, last week, on behalf of the school saying an was full of inaccuracies.

"Needless to say, FSA is distressed by the School System’s consultant’s incomplete and inaccurate report. We do intend to provide a more formal response to the School System, after we have had a chance to review and analyze the report in more detail," the release states.

"We intend to provide a more formal response to the School System on the major issues in the near future," the release also states.

The school is now working on converting to a private, preK-8th grade school once its charter expires June 30, 2012.

The press release accompanies this article as a pdf file.

Miles Rich June 11, 2012 at 02:10 PM
What is most telling to me about this entire story, especially when one attempts to ignore the posturing by both FSA and the Board of Education, is the fact that FSA was offered a three year renewal, in which time, they could have fought the audit and "gotten their ducks in order." But rather than doing what appears to be the prudent thing, they tell the board, "no thanks", and go private, putting not only FSA at risk, but the two other affiliated schools, which leads me to believe that FSA is not telling us the entire story, and that they are attempting to obfuscate and hide their connections to other Muslim/Turkish organizations.

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