New for-profit ed management company won't pull Ohio charters out of the muck.
The company was formed in 2012, founded by Marcus May, a former White Hat executive.
Beacon Journal staff writer, Doug Livingston writes:
The Akron company and the 20 Ohio charter schools it manages are seeking to disentangle themselves from the likes of White Hat Management, a primordial force in Ohio’s charter school movement.
But Cambridge claims to be different. It has no interest in owning school assets or signing property leases that make it hard for school boards to fire the management companies they hire.But, writes Livingston, "Cambridge, for all its promise, can’t shake a past rife with questionable business relationships."
Summit Academy, White Hat, Concept Schools of Illinois and Imagine Schools of Schooling in the Ownership Society: New for-profit ed management company won't pull Ohio charters out of the muck.: