D.C. Special Education Analyst Admits to $480,000 Bribery Scheme

Special Education

A D.C. special education analyst pleaded guilty Tuesday to plotting with others to steer more than $480,000 in tax dollars to two business owners in the District and Maryland for work that was never done in exchange for bribes.

Shauntell Harley, 48, a management analyst for fiscal policy and grant management in the office of the D.C. State Superintendent of Education, agreed to repay $488,000 to the school agency and to a $100,000 forfeiture judgment in entering her guilty plea to two counts of conspiracy to ­commit bribery.

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