12 Detroit Principals Charged For Stealing $2.7 Million From Public Schools [Video]


U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade explains an alleged kickback scheme involving 12 current and former Detroit public school principals that she says cost the school district $2.7 million.

The 12 current and former Detroit Public Schools (DPS) administrators charged in a federal corruption case involving the large-scale purchase of school supplies that rarely, if ever, actually made their way into the hands of students.

We’re constantly reporting on the struggling Detroit public schools that innocent children are forced to enter on a daily basis.

Its sickening to see people who are supposed to be seen as leaders within the Black community stealing funds from the youth in order to fund their own lavish lifestyles.