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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Dave Yost
Columbus city schools played "fast and loose" with attendance data, grades and other records, the Ohio auditor said Tuesday in releasing findings from an 18-month investigation.
The state auditor says he's ready to release results of an investigation into manipulation of attendance data in Ohio's largest school district.
Brobst, a 54-year-old farmer who lives in the Columbus suburb of Groveport, repaid the funds with multiple installments, Yost said, making the final repayment on March 3.
The record-keeping at the schools went beyond a paperwork problem, Yost said at a news conference.