Businessman with ties to Fattah Jr. gets prison for stealing $800,000 from Philly school district
The former president of a for-profit education firm linked to Chaka “Chip” Fattah was sentenced Thursday in federal court to more than six years in prison for embezzling $800,000 intended to help guide at-risk students in Philadelphia.
David T. Shulick, head of the now-defunct Delaware Valley High School Management Corp. in Bala Cynwyd, was sentenced to 80 months and ordered by Senior U.S. District Judge Harvey Bartle III to pay $764,735 in restitution to the Philadelphia School District. He is to surrender to federal authorities on Oct. 24.
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