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Public schools lose millions to crooks and cheaters

“Axson's case points to a larger problem with mandated tutoring in Florida: The program pays public money to people with criminal records, and to cheaters and profiteers who operate virtually unchecked by state regulators,” the Tampa Bay Times reports.

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