The Texas attorney general’s office has intervened to force Prime Prep Academy to release public documents it has withheld from The Dallas Morning News for months.
The troubled charter school had 10 business days to provide all the documents to the attorney general, but it appears Prime Prep will miss that Friday deadline. Edwin Flores, the school’s attorney in this matter, said he forwarded all documents he’s received, but some still haven’t been produced by administrators.
The information requested from Prime Prep included noncontroversial documents that are routinely released by local governments, which have 10 business days to produce them. Those documents requested included a full copy of the school’s budget, board meeting minutes, a campus lease and a copy of a recent lawsuit settlement. Continue>>>