ECOT Cannot Respond

The Ohio school board’s order, requiring a giant, now-defunct online charter school to repay the state $60 million dollars, over inflated enrollment figures…is final and cannot be appealed. The state Supreme Court makes the call. In a 4-3 decision, the court delivered what may be merely a symbolic blow to the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, once one of the country’s largest virtual charter schools, in its legal fight against the monetary sanction. The cash-strapped school shut down in January 2018 after the state started recouping money, leaving roughly 12,000 students scrambling for other options mid-school year. Marion Little, the school’s attorney, noted that a court-appointed special master is still working to wind down the school’s assets.

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