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Novation co-founder quits in protest over ex-TiZA leader
by Christopher Magan
One of the founders of a charter school authorizer has resigned because, he says, the former leader of TiZA schools exerts too much influence over his organization.
Bryan Rossi, who led Novation Educational Opportunities since its inception in 2009, quit in protest of Asad Zaman's ties to the organization.
Zaman led the Tarek ibn Ziyad Academy, or TiZA, which had schools in Inver Grove Heights and Blaine and was accused of teaching Islam and giving tax dollars to religious groups in a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota.
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