In Detroit, Mich., there are currently 12 Detroit Public Schools (DPS) whose principals' are being indicted by the federal government for agreeing to order school supplies from Norman Shy's company, Allstate Sales, in return for kick backs that totaled almost up to 1 million dollars, explains The Daily Caller.
But Cathy Brackett, teacher at Bennett Elementary School in Detroit explains how she thinks that this is a “pitiful“ event for the federal government to go after these principals for receiving bribes when they should actually be investigating the real “thieves“ in this giant mess. Brackett is referring to a further matter concerning the emergency managers who were appointed by the state to fix up the district's devastated financial issues. Brackett told The Detroit Free Press that their Emergency Managers have been stealing, “not just thousands of dollars, but millions“ from the schools and the students.
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