PEORIA, Ariz. /Publishers Newswire/ — “Corruption at the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools?” (ISBN-13: 978-1589097889), a new book just released by Bookstand Publishing, documents alleged corruption at the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools. “You will view a Board filled with unethical decisions, corrupt rules, and poisonous policies,” says author Dr. Shaloma Gray, an education consultant, adjunct professor, and founder of Dove Academy College Preparatory school, a charter school that was shut down by the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools.
“You will read about a Board member with a vendetta against Dove Academy, and how his alleged dirty and corrupt machinations left children hurting, teachers jobless, and a host of creditors and others wondering what happened to the school.”
“Corruption at the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools?” provides:
* An overview of the policies, procedures and laws of the Governor, the Board, and the staff that are failing the charter schools of Arizona.
* The true, full story of Dove Academy College Preparatory school and why it was forced to close its doors.
* Wisdom and warnings for anyone looking for information about opening and operating a charter school.
“The entire Board saga has gone on for more than 16 years as of this writing,” says Dr. Gray. “In its wake remains one of the most unprofessional, unjust, and radically designed charter school systems in the country. I hope this book will inspire Arizona’s political officials and charter holders to demand reform and fairness for all charter school owners.”
“Corruption at the Arizona Board for Charter Schools?” retails for $15.95 plus shipping and handling, and is available from Bookstand Publishing at: