DALEVILLE, Ind. (WTHR) - Daleville Schools are taking the next steps to revoke charters for two embattled virtual schools.
The district announced several meetings to talk about Indiana Virtual School and Pathways Academy.
As Eyewitness News has reported, the online schools are accused of lying about student enrollment and taking millions of dollars in state money they shouldn't have.
Daleville Schools are planning a public meeting next Monday (August 19), where district leaders will share documents and testimony.
On August 26, the board is expected to vote on whether to go through with revoking both school charters.