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First Inspector General Stimulus Audits Coming to a State Near You

Schools and the StimulusThe U.S. Department of Education has identified four states that can expect stimulus-related audits by its Office of Inspector General: California, Illinois, New York, and Texas.

The department flagged these four states in its newest weekly report, under a "major planned action." There aren't any more details, except that these will be "initial" audits, and the OIG has been fairly mum on its auditing strategy.

Course, there isn't a whole lot to audit yet. Most money hasn't even made it down to the district level.

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