Florida charter schools: big money, little oversight

Florida’s charter school movement has grown into $400-million-a-year powerhouse backed by real-estate developers and promoted by politicians, but with little oversight. Preparing for her daughter’s graduation in the spring, Tuli Chediak received a blunt message from her daughter’s charger high school: Pay us $600 or your daughter won’t graduate.  Read more…. BY SCOTT HIAASEN AND KATHLEEN…