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Sunday, April 3, 2016

MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION APPROVES BAY CITY ACADEMY 5-YEAR DEFICIT ELIMINATION PLAN: Steven Ingersoll's School For Scandal Gets New 'Lease' On Life...And You're Paying For It!


“In addition to the contingencies above, within seven days of receipt of this approval, MDE requires the academy to submit a letter signed by the superintendent to the Department assuring the Department that no one associated with the previous management company, Smart Schools, Inc., continues to be involved with the operations of the academy.”


 More details later.

6 comments:

  1. Excellent, and here's to another 5 years of complete mismanagement, fraud and money laundering, and Lynch and Noss at the center of it all.

    Seriously, someone had better put a disclaimer on the front of BCA and NCA's website that states "your child will be exposed to 5 to 6 new teachers throughout the year because Lynch can't provide what is neede to learn, your child will be able to attend a school that's walls look like Swiss Cheese and nothing will be done about it, and to top it all off, your child will get to see an IVL Specialist who's viewed as "intellectual property" that pays Lynch and Noss Millions out of your tax dollars".

    This is a sad day for MDE.

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  2. The MDE is bought and paid for. They are doing what they are told, even if it is wrong for children. And letting LSSU charter schools is ridiculous. They too are in it for the free money. When the previous head OF LSSU leaves and goes into business with Ingersoll and puts his son in charge of LSSU and chartering schools you know there is a huge racket going on. And Noss and Lynch are so deep into it with Ingersoll they are stinking filthy. And there you sit letting these men raise your children and grandchildren, nice role models.

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    1. Correction: although Grand Traverse Academy board president Brad Habermehl testified during Steven Ingersoll's sentencing hearing on December 8, 2015 that Bruce Harger (former head of LSSU's Charter Office, who retired in September 2015) was among the five partners planning to invest in a 'school project', Nick Oshelski was not linked to that effort. Oshelski's son, Chris, now heads Lake State's charter office. There have been no allegations made by any of the players in Ingersoll's orbit that either Oshelski is involved.

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    2. Perhaps not involved, but nepotism at it's finest!

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  3. The only entity who can shutter that school for anything other than academic performance is the authorizer, LSSU. And why in the world, with an easy 3% coming off the top of every school they authorizer, would they ever do that? This entire situation is beyond sickening.

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  4. Money trumps all in the eyes of greed. Noss and Lynch are jumping up and down right now with excitement because they just locked themselves in for 5 more years of scams like IVL and fraud.

    I am a firm believer that these two morons will have their day in court. Eventually their lies will catch up to them, OSHA will review the campuses of NCA/BCA, and Cleland will spill the beans on one of them the next time he gets arrested.

    I have found out from a parent that Cleland is still employed by Lynch and that parents are beginning to wonder what is going on behind the scenes with the relationship between these two. It appears that Cleland is not even directly involved with any of the schools. His job title is still something to be accurately defined by Lynch. However, he is still in the payroll even after being convicted of aggravated stalking in Traverse City.

    What a disaster of management and leadership.

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