Gulen's American Empire

Gulen's American Empire
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Saturday, July 14, 2012

Meanwhile Gulen Chesapeake Science Point barely gets renewal they file lawsuit against county

A new Gulen Charter School application in Loudoun County in Virginia, has used the troubled Chesapeake Science Point as a model for their new proposed school.
Chesapeake Science Point in Maryland is hardly the school to be basing a "model" after.  They have had financial problems and after narrowly getting a charter school approval -WHICH INCLUDED restrictions on immigration and use of county software, is SUING the Anne Arundal County for over $700,000.

Not very smart.

Posted: Thursday, June 21, 2012 10:15 am | Updated: 7:02 pm, Fri Jun 22, 2012.
An Anne Arundel County charter school filed a lawsuit against county schools this week alleging the school system owes it more than $737,000.
In the suit, Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School and its governing foundation said the county schools refused to fully fund the Hanover school based on its growing enrollment.
Officials from that governing body, Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation, and its attorneys did not return calls for comment. A person answering the phone at the school said no administrators were available.
Chesapeake Science Point – or CSP – is negotiating its contract with the schools. This month, the county Board of Education approved a renewal the school’s charter with the Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation. But the board specified changes the school would have to make to remain chartered.
Among the demands: the hiring of certified teachers, the reworking of the charter school’s board of directors to ensure local representation as the foundation opens more schools, the use of county school record-keeping software, and compliance with board policy on hiring foreign nationals.
An audit by county schools found problems with CSP’s bookkeeping for both finances and grades, and raised concerns about materials used in science and computer classrooms.
CSP’s curriculum centers on science and technology programs for sixth grade into high school. The school is set to begin an 11th grade next school year.
On Wednesday, schools’ spokesman Bob Mosier called the lawsuit an “ambush.”
“It’s shocking and appalling at a time when we’re working on negotiating a new charter agreement CSP would go to court and file a suit that flies in the face of collaboration,” Mosier said.
He said he could not comment on the specifics of the lawsuit, but said school officials have been meeting with foundation officials.

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