State lawmakers question safety of Education Achievement Authority schools

12:24 pm
Fri April 26, 2013

State lawmakers question safety of Education Achievement Authority schools

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Concerns about training of staff follow revelations about finances and discipline
Detroit - A day after a $6 million loan to the Education Achievement Authority from Detroit Public Schools was made public, two state lawmakers said they have concerns about student safety at EAA schools. State Sen. Coleman Young III, D-Detroit, said Friday morning he will introduce a measure that would mandate a higher level of training for contracted security workers in EAA schools.