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Charter school founder accused of diverting funds

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The founder of one of the oldest and largest charter school networks in the District of Columbia used a for-profit management company he owns to funnel millions of school funds to himself, according to a legal complaint filed Monday. The allegations, filed by D.C. Attorney General Irvin Nathan, center on Kent Amos, who founded Dorothy I. Height Community Academy Public Charter...

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