A former project manager at a charter school claims in a whistleblower suit that she was fired for questioning the school's billing for special ed students. Alexis Riley claims that the South Bronx Classical Charter fired her shortly after she informed a supervisor that the school had fraudulently billed the Department of Education for special ed students that were no longer enrolled.
Source: New York Daily News
This case arises under New York law but the situation, if occurring in Kentucky, likely would be covered by the Kentucky Whistleblower Act as well as other Kentucky laws. Any questions about legal protections and/or legal remedies should be directed to an experienced Kentucky employment and whistleblower lawyer.