Financial Forecast for K12 Inc. Looking Bleak

Diane Ravitch's blog

The nation’s largest virtual charter chain, K12 Inc., has consistently gotten low marks for its academic results. Founded by junk bond king Michael Milken, it is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. It is a for-profit business, but according to this financial report, its future profitability is in doubt.

“Summary

“Two days ago, we revealed multiple K12 school closures and a first ever union contract that we estimate will lead K12 to lose money in fiscal 2019 and beyond.

“Yesterday, we learned of another school closing; we estimate this non-managed school will reduce revenue by another $7 Million and operating income $5 Million.

“We were told the school was closing due to its inability to meet academic standards, marking yet another failed chapter in the virtual charter school story.

“More Bad News For K12’s Fiscal 2019

“On Monday, we released a report that disclosed five K12 (NYSE:LRN) schools…

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