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Perspective | The story of a constitution college and its for-profit operators


Meanwhile, the issues of the board grew. It was troublesome for the board to get a deal with on expenditures and purchases, even with Brady’s help. During the June 14, 2021 assembly, the board objected to the $53,000 spent by ACCEL for smartboards for the college. During classroom visits, board members seen that the smartboards had been generic dry erase boards. The assembly minutes famous a previous concern relating to a big expenditure for a curriculum that was lacking, in addition to a fridge that was eliminated by a vendor. Eaves, the board president, objected to the dearth of stock management of college purchases, based on the minutes.

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