Republican State Auditor David Yost says unannounced attendance checks at 30 charter schools shows 25 percent of them have significant cases of under-attendance.Yost is referring seven schools, and another nine with less severe attendance variations, to state education officials for review. In one case, none of the 95 enrolled students were in attendance during the visit. Six other schools with significant variations were missing between 34 percent and 83 percent of the students the state paid them to teach. Those schools are in Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton and Youngstown. More from Ohio Public Radio’s Andy Chow.
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