In school you expect students to learn math, science and English - but what about panhandling? At St. Andrew Missionary Baptist Church in Oakland, California parents say begging for money is part of the curriculum.
CNN's Gary Tuchman found a student as young as six or seven on the streets collecting money at a BART subway station, not for himself or his family - the money was for the school. It's a modern version of Oliver Twist. There was an adult with the boy, who is one of the men who run the school. When Gary asked the man where the money is going he didn’t get the response he expected.
There are also allegations a student was physically abused at the school with belts, and even spoons. And St. Andrew's leaders are accused of fleecing taxpayers. Gary asked the school leader about those charges, as well. See what happens during the latest installment in our special series of reports called "Ungodly Discipline?"
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