Copley-Fairlawn schools hire private eyes, lobby state lawmakers to root out illegal students

Last month, Scene reported that the Copley-Fairlawn School District was offering $100 rewards to anyone who ratted out students who didn’t live in the district but were still attending its schools. The program is a hit with local residents, who weren’t too pleased that these students were stealing funding from their own kids. It costs taxpayers approximately $8,000 a year to educate one student in Copley. They’re not dicks out there, we swear; they just don’t feel like forking over dough to educate other city’s kids. ...
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