Monica Goodloe-Johnson

5:02 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

Report: Seattle schools scandal went deeper than thought

School board member Sherry Carr called the revelation of an additional $1.3 million in misspent funds "an outrage."
Gabriel Spitzer KPLU

The Washington state auditor has uncovered another batch of questionable spending by Seattle Public Schools in recent years, widening a scandal that cost a former superintendent her job. The new investigation found that former district official Silas Potter, Jr. made even more inflated payments than was previously known, spending millions of taxpayer dollars on work that was never done or grossly overpriced.

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