“We were spending lots of money on management fees that should have been spent on children,” said [Principal Kay] Frey of the split.The school eventually restructured and kept its county charter.“We had to get to what our charter values were, reduced class sizes and parental input,” Frey said.
Florida recently fined school districts for violating class size limitations. Guess who racked up a hefty fine? From News3Jax.com:
Among charter schools, Imagine School at Town Center in Flagler County received one of the largest fines: $143,367.