Last month, the Tampa Bay Times reported that criminals, cheaters and opportunists are taking advantage of lax oversight to collect millions through a subsidized tutoring program known as supplemental educational services.
We also reported that companies accused of fraud are welcomed back to do business in the state again and again and that the system, in which vendors are hired by school systems statewide, is rife with conflicts of interest.
The series started a statewide conversation about SES. Now we want to hear from Florida teachers and school district employees. What works about the program? What problems have you seen?
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