K12 is Sued Yet Again

In still another lawsuit, K12 is sued for diverting students from one of its client public schools to its own on-line charter school.

In addition to running its own online schools, K12, Inc. sells on-line schooling to public schools, where a weekly meeting with a teacher is usually required. The school gets state funding and pays K12 for each student’s online access.

But K12 makes more money when the student is theirs, when the s/he signs up for one of their many online charter schools. In this case, the plaintiff, a former K12 employee in Lodi, California, says K12 diverted students from a public school program to its own charter school, costing him commissions.


For both sides of this suit, it’s all about money.

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1 Response to K12 is Sued Yet Again

  1. Pingback: K-12. Inc. Executive Compensation Skyrocketed 96% in 2013 | The Truth About K-12, Inc.

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