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Fairfax County schools to repay feds $1m after falsifying grant application

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Fairfax County Public Schools is repaying $1 million to the federal government after forging signatures on an application for grant money the school system used to help at-risk students prepare for college and careers. The U.S. Department of Education wanted a multimillion-dollar fine and other penalties under the False Claims Act, but after more than eight years of discussions the Justice...

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