Ex-White House adviser pleads guilty in $218,000 school scam squib

NEW YORK (AP) — The founder of a national charter school network who once served as a White House adviser under President Barack Obama pleaded guilty Friday to a charge alleging he stole over $200,000 from the network. Seth Andrew, a founder of Democracy Prep, entered the plea in Manhattan federal court to a wire fraud charge. In a release, U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said Andrew robbed the people he promised to help. Andrew, 42, has agreed to pay restitution to the Charter School Network. Sen
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