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Audit Faults an Education Nonprofit

Date: June 7, 2008
Author: THE NEW YORK TIMES
QUOTE: A federal audit of Teach for America, a nonprofit that recruits college graduates to teach in low-income schools, has found that the organization did not properly account for $775,000 in government money it says it spent for summer training sessions and related purposes.

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