A Provincial audit of the Toronto District School Board has turned up some interesting findings.
The audit was authorized by Education Minister Liz Sandals in the summer, after concerns were raised by new director Donna Quan.
What it found was 1.29 million dollars was paid to senior staff and superintendents for wage increases, despite the fact that there was a wage freeze in place.
Between March of 2010 and August of this year, the increases were supported by changes in job titles.
The 54 page report found more than 3 million dollars in education program funding, was misused, with the board not following proper Ministry guidelines.
And it also found that on 'numerous occasions', payments to charities and not for profit organizations ended up in the hands of trustees, employees and family members.
Education Minister Liz Sandals says she is willing to work with the board to address the concerns raised in the audit.
Director Donna Quan is expected to speak on the topic at 1:30 Tuesday afternoon.