New Media Technology Charter School founder in Philadelphia sentenced to 2 years

    The founder of a Northwest Philadelphia charter school got a two-year sentence for stealing more then $500,000 in taxpayer money.

     

    The Inquirer reports that Hugh C. Clark, also a former board member of the New Media Technology Charter School, was sentenced in federal court. He was indicted in 2011 after the Inquirer reported the allegations.

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