Auditor questions missing school equipment
BATON ROUGE - An audit finds computers and other equipment were unaccounted for at a local school formerly overseen by Advance Baton Rouge.
Glen Oaks Middle was overseen by ABR from 2008 until it was moved to the state-run Recovery School District last year.
Legislative Auditor Daryl Purpera's office said accounting and custodial controls over school property and equipment were lacking, including identifying tags linking assets on the property list to the actual asset items.
The audit did not say how much the property that is unaccounted for is worth.
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