ECOT Update

A review of thousands of documents is delaying a state lawsuit, aimed at recouping millions of dollars from the founder and leaders of what was once Ohio’s largest online charter school. Lawyers for the defendants, tied to the defunct Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, said in September they located about 50,000 new documents the state’s lawyers had requested to see. To review those, Ohio Attorney General, Dave Yost and the defendants agreed to delay some case deadlines until next summer. The school of 11,000-plus students closed two years ago.

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