January 27th, 2011
08:26 PM ET

Evening Buzz: Mom Jailed For Sending Her Kids to a Better School

[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2011/images/01/26/t1larg.jailed.mother.wews.jpg caption="Kelley Williams-Bolar is escorted through the Summit County, Ohio, jail last week." width=300 height=169]

Maureen Miller
AC360° Writer

Tonight on 360°, we'll look at the case of an Ohio woman who was jailed for tampering with records to get her two daughters into a better school.

Kelley Williams-Bolar, 40, got out of jail yesterday, having served nine days of her 10-day sentence. Now she faces two years of probation and 80 hours of community service

Here's the back story: Williams-Bolar, a single mom living in public housing in Akron, used her father's address to register her two daughters approximately seven miles away in the Copley-Fairlawn school district.

Williams-Bolar, and her father, maintained that the girls did live with her in Akron and their grandfather part of the time. But the Copley-Fairlawn school district claimed it was all lies. They said they spent $6,000 for a private investigator to track Williams-Bolar. The district also said she should have paid $30,000 in out-of-district tuition.

Critics said the school district and the judge went too far. They said had Williams-Bolar been white she never would have been prosecuted.

Others are applauding the school district's actions. They say Williams-Bolar knowingly ripped off taxpayers.

Williams-Bolar is a teacher's aide at a high school in Akron and is working toward a teaching degree. Now that she has a felony conviction she not be able to teach.  She's planning to appeal her conviction.

We'll talk about the public uproar with Dr. Andre Perry, CEO of the UNO Charter Schools and Dr. Boyce Watkins, a Syracuse University professor and Resident Scholar of AOL Black Voices. We'll also look at the legal angles with former federal prosecutor Sunny Hostin, of our sister network truTV.

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Broun sat in his office during the speech not on the House floor and he was busy tweeting his thoughts the whole time.

Here's the tweet that has created the most buzz: "Mr. President, you don't believe in the Constitution. You believe in socialism."

Does Rep. Broun truly believe what he wrote? We'll ask him. Keeping Them Honest.

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  1. Maggie R

    I have a Daughter who faces the same thing with her child. Fortunately another school
    system excepted the child because she was also an above average student. They considered her
    to be an asset to thier school.

    It is an outrage that Williams-Bolar was treated this way!

    January 28, 2011 at 2:28 pm |
  2. Moni

    This is just a disgrace! Lots of people lie about their children's addresses to allow their kids to get a better education. There is no way to justify charging this mother with a felony and making her pay back the money. She pays taxes and didn't literally take money from anybody. Why can't her daughters have as good of an education as kids whose families aren't poor??? She just wanted to give her daughters a better opportunity.

    January 28, 2011 at 2:17 pm |
  3. djquigley

    @justiceplease, this CG woman you are talking about(I have no idea who she is)commited a crime of shoplifting but for the dumb store owner did not want to press charges because I assume she is famous, right? Well that is the store's option and stupidity! If I had a store I would not give a dang who some one was, if they shoplifted I would so nail them! But this does not relate to Kelley Williams-Bolar in any way. The schools tuition info is available to the public..out side tuition is about $850 a month per child. Her 2 girls went there for almost 2 yrs( did the math when i had the actual months in front of me and it actually came out to about $34,000). But the kicker part is that the school went way over and beyond to try and deal with this situation quietly to a point where the other paying parents(( and yes that included black parents)) pushed to have the school stop dealing with her. 2 years JP?? They mention they picked on her when the also found 39 other parents doing the same, but the other parents once confronted fessed up to doing wrong, paid a small percent of what they should of (same thing she was offered) and took their kids else where. But Kelley Williams-Bolar would neither pay the outside tuition or admit she lied. So after 2 years the school was sick of playing nice with her!! So JP if you charged peepz lets say rent on a property and one(out of a building of say 100 tenants) of them did not pay you for 2 years would you just let it continue to go on?? Or would you go "hey I've tried to be kool about this but enough is enough"? She destroyed her own future, she knew what she was doing and knew her teaching lic. was at risk!!! Maybe instead of her girls learning that cheating and ripping peepz off is ok as long as you justify it, they will learn that there are rules that we ALL have to follow. And if you don't you will pay the price society rules set down for you!

    January 28, 2011 at 2:11 pm |
  4. WayBeyondZ

    This is unfortunately the end result when children are tethered to failing schools based solely on their zip codes. It is very unfortunate that this mother felt as though she had no other options available to her as she sought to provide an adequate education for her children. This is a perfect reason to support the Parent Choice Movement! Parents need options!

    January 28, 2011 at 1:13 pm |
  5. Claudia, Houston, Tx

    I guess this woman's children will one day be in jail because they won't get a quality education. P.S. But I hope that never happens and pray they will see their mother as their hero because she is.

    January 28, 2011 at 1:05 pm |
  6. Lydia in Minneapolis

    THIS IS A GROTESQUE INJUSTICE. The sentence should be REVERSED & her record totally CLEARED –so, she can eb a teacher when she gets her degree. The media constantly portrays poor Black mothers as profligate, nto reaisieng their children with high standards or working to better themselves,. THIS WOMEN DID ALL THOSE THINGS AND IS NOW BEING PUNISHED. Schools in the USA are highly UNEQUAL and this TAXPAYING mother only tried to get her children into a better SAFER school. THIS SHOULD NOT BE A CRIME. I'm white and I see this as a clear example of racism in how the law was enforced–its a DUMB law. ALL chidlren should be able go to ANY school & get an EQUAL educaiton in SAFETY-1954 US SUpreme COurt decisionwas supposed to make this happen. Until then, the LACK OF EQUALITY IN EDUCAITON IS THE REAL CRIME.

    January 28, 2011 at 12:44 pm |
  7. taylor

    She is a teacher, she should have known better

    January 28, 2011 at 12:03 pm |
  8. Edie Layland

    I have to go on the record to say the treatment of Kelley Williams Bolar is unbelievable. The fact that we have schools so subpar that we have to force parents to send their kids to them is so outrageous in itself. She did what any parent who wants the best for her children would do, and it's being done all over the U.S., even in Irvine where I live (and Irvine schools are all excellent). But what about the fact that her father is paying, directly or indirectly, property tax to support his district's schools? Is that right, that he should be supporting someone else's kid's education, but not the education of his own grandchildren? If there's a felony here, it's in the school district's policies and laws.

    January 28, 2011 at 11:51 am |
  9. curry

    This is ridiculous!!!!! What is happening to our country? Leave this poor woman and her children alone.

    January 28, 2011 at 11:45 am |
  10. TWhit

    The school "Can Not" be serious- they actually spent money to hire a private detective to find out that a mother was sending her daughters to a school to better their futures!! OMG-How dare they speak of Fraud- The mission statement probably states how they are there to better a child's life-FRAUD! COME ON- The public school systems are barely teaching the basics for our kids (the woman just wanted better)They spend our tax dollars on what they want to use them for-she chose to use hers to educate her kids! Rev Al (Lord knows I hope that’s just a name you use (because a real Rev knows better and knows what this lady struggles with-talking about casting a stone)~To better and keep her kids out the system and she's so right to do so. You and whomever else feels she broke the law- The law was made to work for whomever at whatever time-seems to me it works only for the worst crooks in America-The Govt., Wall Street and the jerks that feels she was wrong– God Bless You

    January 28, 2011 at 10:36 am |
  11. James Paschal

    In Michigan, we have "School of Choice", the only thing the parents have to do is transport the child back and forth. You're right, if this lady had been white, more then likely there would have been no prosecution. If you asked the school district or the prosecutor if there was racism involved, they will say no. Senator Boehner can allow the millionaire on wall street to break the law almost on a daily basis, as long as he's getting his share, nothing is going to be said.

    January 28, 2011 at 10:25 am |
  12. CanadianPerspective

    Here in Canada, well at least in Mississauga, ON students can apply for a reflex boundary. It's where a student seeks permission from another school within a reasonable distance to attend it instead of the one situated closest to them. It also helps school staff bring their children to work by enrolling them at their place of work. Students, regardless of their skin tone are usually granted if space is available or for high school students that want to take a course that the nearest school doesn't offer. It's sad that this single mom was punished for doing whats best for her children's interest. Now, many children here give a phoney address to attend an alternate school in their area. If the school finds out, not much happens. The most that might happen is the school tells the student that they'll need to enrol at the designated school for their home address for the following school year. Or they'll ask the student to apply for a reflex boundary, which is usually granted.

    January 28, 2011 at 8:03 am |
  13. Karen

    It is a crime to do this to a Mother who cares to have the best for her children. Put in handcuffs and strpes and to spread this all over the news is a crime in itself. As a mother of 4 grown children I applaud her, I too would have and did everything to help my children, get the best education. It was not easy with 4, but now they are all productive young adults. Many of the real crimes that are on the books are not enforced, but because Ms. Kelley Williams-Boler, only wants the best for her children, she is arrested-this is what is wrong with America and our laws. Ms. Boler there are many of us that are behind you and your beautiful children. Thank you for wanting the best for them.

    January 28, 2011 at 5:57 am |
  14. Annie Kate

    We have the same rules here in Birmingham – the really good schools are in the bedroom communities of Vestavia, Mountain Brook, and Hoover. To enroll your child in one of those schools you have to prove you live in the district as these 3 areas pay much more in taxes for the schools to be "good" than people outside the communities. You have to show a lease, a property tax bill, or your deed to your house. They make copies and then verify the info on them; if its correct your child is enrolled. If they subsequently find out the information was not right or fraudulent then it doesn't matter who you are or what color you are, your children are expelled from the school, you are arrested and must pay fines and the outside tuition you would have paid in the first place plus there can be jail time. No joke on this one – they take it very seriously – your children can get a good education but you have to pay the price. I can understand what the authorities did; its too bad for her girls – the schools should be more equal so things like this don't have to happen.

    January 28, 2011 at 4:46 am |
  15. Jeanie Caudle

    I am a 60 yr old white woman and am infuriated at the treatment of Ms. Williams-Bolar. I feel it was because she was black. They say there were other schools, were they more than 7 miles from her home? I feel the charges against her should be dropped, the record expunged and the children be allowed to go to that school if they still want to do so. The bullies now will probably give them pure heck. This destroys her chances of a better life so the horrible treatment is doubly abhorrent.

    January 28, 2011 at 4:32 am |
  16. Derek

    regardless of whether or not this has anything to do with being black i completely disagree with this situation. after listening to the state of the union address im amazed that the president himself has not spoken up on this problem. there is NOTHING wrong with a mother seeking a better education for her children OPEN ENROLLMENT OR NOT!!!! the fact that we have to choose between schools in the first place is beyond me they should ALL BE TREATED EQUALLY THE SAME WAY "ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUALLY" is the FOUNDATION OF OUR COUNTRY. we have fled so far from the roots of what we came here for its embarrassing. how can you send someone to jail for doing something TO HELP SOMEONE. i understand if she had stolen something or beat the crap out of someone but she wanted her kid to be smart... how is that a crime? how can America have the audacity to even put something like that in a law book? "you cant send your child to a school outside of your district." but to top that off shes now a felon? when she goes to apply for a job to provide for that same child she WANTS TO SUCCEED now she has to explain to employers that shes a "criminal?" i completely disagree with this situation and if i had the ability to do so id be in Ohio with rev. Sharpton. im not black... im as white as they come... and regardless of that I STAND BEHIND THIS WOMAN SHE MADE THE RIGHT DECISION. i feel like i could write a novel about this and im not even directly involved. i hope someone who has more power than myself eventually steps in and does the right thing and gives this woman credit where credit is due. thank you Ms Williams you will become a martyr for your efforts the average American will make sure of this.

    January 28, 2011 at 3:50 am |
  17. Vicky

    I am sitting here watching AC on CNN and I started to feel for this mother...then I watched the story unfold.... I, being a single mother myself have compassion.
    The story started with, "Oh this mother had to send her children to another school district for education" and got busted because they didn't "live in" that district. My first thought was, "well," ....
    Then as it unfolds, there seems to be 2 years of...well, something within the school district and her going on. I didn't hear anything derogatory or racist. Just that the mother wanted her children in a "better" district. She used her fathers address... I, personally do not think we know the truth...the whole truth. The female reporter that I just saw was interviewing 2 African American men and 1 Caucasion female. The reporter was at my uneducated guess is neither of or a mixture of something. She's obviously educated and in the media. SHE is the one who brought up the racist card. I honestly do not understand why we are sitting in the 21st Century and STILL have that thrown up everywhere. Don't we all remember the song from Sunday School that went ...Red or Yellow, Black and White we are precious in his sight?
    I am not an over-blown religious person...and I do have the ut-most respect for single parents.
    The Administrator of this school district was extremely vague in his comments and I don't know that we will ever know the complete truth on this story. It seems that it has caught someone's eye to be powerful enough to be broadcasting on CNN.
    We do not know, all the facts. I did hear the mother say that her home was broken into and she feared where she lived and did stay multiple nights at her fathers..I also heard that the children were going to a school that was caucasion dominated. Stats were shown where they (the children) were attending a "better" school.
    Kudos to the mother for wanting a better education for her children. Kudos to her going to school for herself.
    Do I think she should receive a felony for this? HELL NO! Do I think 10 days ordered in jail in which 9 were served? I don't know.
    If she and her children were spending any amount of time at her fathers AND using his address and school district, maybe they should have just moved IN with him.
    We don't know if there are any other criminal counts either... Remember I am a single mother of 2 and I am NOT judging her but we don't know at this point because it hasn't been disclosed if she is on public assistance and if that is part of the equation. And before anyone gets bent out of shape and pissed off at me... take a second and think about this. I AM NOT making a racist comment at all! Single mother, young children and she is going to school herself... I respect that as I have done it! I'm just trying to point out that, if she is living in a town where she has to fool the system to put her children into another/better district...is she committing fraud? That is the only way I can see that a felony charge might be brought against her.
    In the meantime, I do understand and respect what she has done for her children. As parents, isn't that what we do?

    January 28, 2011 at 3:18 am |
  18. george

    I applaud her for wanting a better education for her children, but this is not about race. Direct your focus to the border cities, we have thousands of kids coming across our borders for free education,grants and education loans. A large percentage of those kids use false addresses to obtain our services, so why is it that local school districts don't arrest parents out here. Could it be that the schools stand to lose funds from the state because of lower head counts? Its not about race

    January 28, 2011 at 3:10 am |
  19. leo svengali

    Wouldn't it be ironic...if her children had to move in with her father (grandpa) because she was sent to jail and could not care for them. Then her kids would be forced to goto the same school that got the mom in trouble in the first place:)

    January 28, 2011 at 2:54 am |
  20. burkeslaw

    If the father lived in that distric the point should be mute. I am a white middle aged male raising 2 young boys. I would do exactly as she did. Bravo to her. We are the laughing stock of the world with our system of education. She may have had other schools to choose from within her district. That is great. But the fact remains if dad lived in the district the girls were enrolled in then they have that right. Right not a privilage or special permissions ect. Let her out. Jail the sub standard school officials for giving our children less then the very best our children deserve

    January 28, 2011 at 2:54 am |
  21. dan hughes

    THIS IS NOT ABOUT RACE! This about a person committing a felony.I have 1st hand knowledge of a college educated white couple doing the exact same thing and she is a 4th grade teacher. Also know 1st hand of a hispanic couple doing it as well and the husband is an Albuquerque policeman! Both times they signed false rental agreements supplied to them by somebody in the school administration. Now what kind of statement are we making to our kids?
    We send our kids to their in district school(the same one the above parents avoided), sure it's not the best but we as a community try everyday to improve the school and it's students. If your school is not up to par what are you doing to help out?

    January 28, 2011 at 2:52 am |
  22. Blossie Marquez

    As a former Board President for a School District, and being a minority, I can clearly say, "Racism in America, is still alive and well."

    January 28, 2011 at 2:47 am |
  23. Matthew Laos

    Clearly, the public school adminstrators failed this woman. Then, the DA who filed charges failed this woman. Then, the court system failed this woman. All public servants whose first duty is to protect this woman's rights legally to reasonable allow her children an opportunity to succeed. If ever there were a reason for the Justice Department or Supreme Court or the President to intervene, now is the time. Government cannot continue to fail the public it is meant to serve. Public servants are there to serve the public not their own interests or selected private interests who they deem appropriate to them. Surely, there was a means to resolve this case without using such malicious public resources against a woman who was attempting legally to just get the best education for her kids. She obviously had temerity to not stand down and so they crossed a line in using the entire system to attack her personally. I hope CNN doesn't let this headline just disappear until a wrong is fully righted or they are just part of the problem of using her story to just make money.

    January 28, 2011 at 2:21 am |
  24. Leann

    How much is the cost to educate a child in Akron to the tax payors in ohio? My children went to Akron now to an even richer district than copley. The cost of my childrens current education is half the cost of what it costs inAkron, yet we receive less than 1500 per student from the state, akron receives more than 10000. The education my children received in akron was good the neighborhood not so much. We are white. This is about a screwedup school funding system and bs laws. If we tagged the money to the child and not the school unions and so called public school it would cost less and get our children a great education. The ruling and mom going to jail is just crazy.

    January 28, 2011 at 2:13 am |
  25. Jason Rolston

    Let me get this right we have a mother that is concerned with her children's education an moves her kids to a better school so they have a chance to succeed an we reward her with jail time unbelievable. Than we have a Congressman Dennis Kucinich sueing over an olive maybe if congress was less concerned over things that effect Them they would fight the issues that effect us like Education. 150,000.00$ REALLY that tooth cost that much? Us tax payers probably payed for it any way.

    January 28, 2011 at 2:05 am |
  26. Carol

    I'm embarrassed to be a white woman! ONCE AGAIN!!!!!

    January 28, 2011 at 2:04 am |
  27. Alexander Guzman

    I don't feel she did anything wrong, as a parent I would do the same thing to send my kids to a better school. In my case been Hispanic living in Los Angeles CA I had to move 44 miles away in order for my children to obtain that better education. I always felt goring up, that the school system also discriminates.

    January 28, 2011 at 2:00 am |
  28. Ginger

    Life may not seem fair,every parent wants the best for their children. Why is race always and issue? I am white, a single parent and life has always been difficult. No matter how difficult things seemed at times,I always instilled morales and values raising my children. What good is going to a better school if the mother is going to teach them that lying and cheating is ok. Parents are our childrens first teachers.

    January 28, 2011 at 1:59 am |
  29. Peter A U.

    It is shameful that anyone should have to risk criminal prosecution in trying to selflessly secure a better future for their children. Kelley Williams-Bolar obviously broke the law, but she did so for reasons that are justifiable. Statistically, the future of African Americans raised by single mothers in public housing projects is not bright. This woman should be applauded for trying to break the cycle of crime and poverty that is so pervasive in certain geographic areas(although she committed a crime in doing so). There is obviously a reason for why she put herself at the risk of criminal prosecution which is something that most Americans fail to understand.

    January 28, 2011 at 1:54 am |
  30. Disgusted

    This is absolutely disgusting. I don't want to get into the race argument but as a parent I am 1000% with this lady. I would everything required to ensure that my kids got good education. This lady should be released immediately and apologized to.

    January 28, 2011 at 1:47 am |
  31. Carl

    I am absolutely disscusted that this woman was charged and jailed for this. Investigated for 2 years. Thats nice that they spent the money hiring a private investigator and busting this wonderful mother insted of on something to help her. She is a single mother.

    January 28, 2011 at 1:46 am |
  32. Sherma Brooks

    In reading about the injustice that was done to this mother, Kelley Williams-Bolar...it makes me embarrassed and ashamed of our justice and educational system.

    January 28, 2011 at 1:30 am |
  33. marlene

    LOCKED THIS MOTHER UP 4WHAT? 4WANTING her girls 2have good chance in life . it

    January 28, 2011 at 1:01 am |
  34. Kacey Rodgers

    This woman was working and paying taxes. Is it really theft or a felony? They are taking away her future as teacher and getting out of subsized housing, which is code for welfare, because she decided a different school was better for her kids? Stealing another person's future while they are trying to do the right thing is the real crime.But the system rewards woman that sit around on welfare having babies like puppies.

    January 28, 2011 at 12:49 am |
  35. Mother of 4

    I do not understand the system. People are doing this everyday just so their kids can have a better situation big deal. Why don't you go do something about these terrorist that are coming into the country bombing everything & killing everybody? Why don't you do something about these sex offenders who continue to keep raping these kids & they are getting let off easy. For goodness sake, i'm not excusing her but there are other things to worry about besides this. Let her finish her education so she can become a teacher and take care of her daughters. There are people starving and homeless out here but yall want to make a big deal out of someone wanting to give their daughter a better education.

    January 28, 2011 at 12:48 am |
  36. outragedinohio

    All of you who claim to be holier than thou probably don't realise all of the bad things you do that YOUR kids are learning from. How many people even KNEW this is a felony?! I never would have thought that. Most of us know if we rob a bank or steal a car, or even let our minor children drop out of school that these are punishable offenses, but I was outraged to know this carries such a stiff penalty. I NEVER would have thought it! The punishment should fit the crime (if it can even be called that). This woman's life might be ruined from this! And for what?! You almost have to be a lawyer or a cop to live in society and even THEY don't know all of the rules. You see judges and lawyers consulting their law books every day because in their OWN proffession they are not familiar with every law out there! Yet we, citizens, should be aware of every little thing like this?! I am outraged because this could be any one of us. You can only be law abiding 100% if you know the laws 100%. I will NEVER visit Akron for this. This city is 2 thumbs down in my book!

    January 28, 2011 at 12:30 am |
  37. ish

    This is not surprising,a strugging parent. Has been dealt with in the toughest manner. The new zero tolerence (state)policies practiced in school disticts, not only apply to students. Now you see the "Truth" it applies to the parents too.
    Only 48yrs since President Johnson signed the civil rights bill (correct me if i'm not). It's our responsibility to make up where the schools are slacking, Let's stop being lazy. How many educators or college graduates in the community that this young parent lives in? And where was the support of the father? He has some responsibility to bear. The million man march might be over, but are you African American males, applying what you learned.

    January 28, 2011 at 12:11 am |
  38. kay

    She and her father were both wrong. Her father was not the children's legal gardian. It's not black issue. My cousin (he is white)owned property but he moved and his daughter stayed with grandparents and payed tuition because they were not her legal guardians. Get off the black issue.

    January 28, 2011 at 12:04 am |
  39. Mona

    Soledad certainly made no attempt to maintain any objectivity with this story. She morphed from professional journalist to talk show hostess.
    What would she say about a white mother who would do the same thing to send her children to a better school system? Who wouldn't want their children in a better school system?
    Perhaps the best education that Ms.Williams-Bollar provide to her daughters is to teach them how to live honestly. For years she was showing her daughters that it's OK to be deceitful to get something you want but can't afford. She has "two primary residences"!?!?! Maybe she should have downsized to one residence in a school district that she was happy with.

    January 28, 2011 at 12:03 am |
  40. Tamara

    You've got to be kidding me! Lying about your residence is commonplace here in the LA area to get kids into better performing schools, especially since local charter schools are somehow excluding minorities as well as lower-performing white students. I currently teach at a high school drained of quality students to the nearby charter. The division between the two schools has done nothing but create race/class warfare.

    January 27, 2011 at 11:59 pm |
  41. jake

    why do people always start this black & white crap? the woman knew & was warned numerous times that she was breaking the rules !..it doesnt matter if she was black,pink or green. Breaking rules & laws have consequences.

    January 27, 2011 at 11:58 pm |
  42. Beth Gallaher

    Incredibly wrong to punish this Mom for doing what was best for her children. It stinks and is unfair. The punishment did not fit the crime, and I think if a wealthy person did the same thing it would not have been an issue.

    January 27, 2011 at 11:56 pm |
  43. Momof2

    Dont break the law...im sorry. She could have sent her children to one of the schools with open enrollment. Stop making this a race thing. I am so tired of that! Had this been a white woman, race would have never even been an issue.

    January 27, 2011 at 11:47 pm |
  44. Jsmith

    Under Federal Law all the parent or student has to do is enter the school and state that they are homeless and the school is required by Federal Law to enroll the student. End of story.

    January 27, 2011 at 11:46 pm |
  45. Anne

    This is absolutely disgusting. A lot of bad law is done at the lower court levels. What about appeal? This judge needs to be reviewed and the dumb laws reformed.
    I did whatever it took to get my daughters the best education. I don't think any educator would have ever thought of me as a criminal for such things. Of course, I don't live in America.
    What about suing crappy schools for not educating children well?

    January 27, 2011 at 11:45 pm |
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