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Former Superintendent Pleads Not Guilty
Andre J. Hornsby, the former head of the Prince George’s County, Md., school system, pleaded not guilty Sept. 5 to federal charges that he directed contracts to associates in return for kickbacks that could have totaled more than $100,000. During the time he faces the criminal charges, his company, A+ Supplemental Educational Services, has been taken off Maryland’s list of approved providers for tutoring services under the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
Vol. 26, Issue 03, Page 6Published in Print: September 13, 2006, as Former Superintendent Pleads Not Guilty