San Francisco Chronicle
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Written By Jill Tucker
A high-achieving Oakland charter school under investigation for fraud and mismanagement will remain open but be required to clean up lapses in financial and administrative oversight, the city school board decided Wednesday in a 4-3 vote.
The decision allows the American Indian Public Charter School II to continue operating for another five years, but board members said they would move to revoke the charter if problems are not fixed within two years. Read more.