Pennsylvania Cyber Charter Schools Rally To Oppose Funding Cuts

Robbins. She wrote that her family switched to cyber school "because I was having trouble with math, and the public school just kept pushing me along and didn't do anything about it." She now earns straight A's. "I love PA Cyber because I learn so much more than I would have if I stayed in public school. I have so many new friends and supportive teachers," said Kenny in her letter. Dozens of PA Cyber families at the rally included Linda and Ken Snyder of Likens, Pa., and their friends Christy and Mick Lower of Elizabethville. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/17/pacybercharter-cuts-idUSnPNDC16447+1e0+PRN20130517

Feds charge Pa. cyber-charter school founder

Trombetta is accused of siphoning more than $8 million from the school through a network of profit and non-profit companies he controlled. He surrendered to authorities Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013, on the charges announced Friday, Aug 23, by federal authorities. (AP Photo/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Darrell Sapp) PITTSBURGH (AP) The founder and former CEO of Pennsylvania's largest cyber-charter school has been charged with siphoning more than $8 million from the school through a network of companies, then scheming with his accountant to avoid income taxes. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://gazette.com/feds-charge-pa.-cyber-charter-school-founder/article/feed/35288

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