Inspector Finds Significant Fraud At School Inside Cook County Jail
An investigation by the Chicago school system’s inspector general finds significant fraud at the school inside the Cook County Jail.
Hundreds of students were counted at the school inside the Cook County Jail when they had already been released from jail. This is one of the disturbing findings from a investigation released Tuesday by the Inspector General for the Chicago Public Schools. He also found that students were given credits they couldn’t possibly have earned. A teacher called the school a credit mill.