Recent state audit found that every parent in 2014 who donated to Palmetto Kids First Scholarship Program and requested a scholarship from the nonprofit received the tuition assistance. Palmetto Kids First’s director, Olga Lisinska (top right), said her nonprofit did not break the law, but the program has agreed to make changes recommended by the SC Department of Revenue
Recent state audit found that every parent in 2014 who donated to Palmetto Kids First Scholarship Program and requested a scholarship from the nonprofit received the tuition assistance. Palmetto Kids First’s director, Olga Lisinska (top right), said her nonprofit did not break the law, but the program has agreed to make changes recommended by the SC Department of Revenue
Recent state audit found that every parent in 2014 who donated to Palmetto Kids First Scholarship Program and requested a scholarship from the nonprofit received the tuition assistance. Palmetto Kids First’s director, Olga Lisinska (top right), said her nonprofit did not break the law, but the program has agreed to make changes recommended by the SC Department of Revenue
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Audit cites SC school-choice nonprofit for unlawful grants to donors

April 02, 2016 10:17 PM

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