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Washington eventually responded to the accusations, saying she was not aware of any inappropriate spending on her part.
The WOAI investigation revealed that Washington is not actually a doctor. She claims to have two degrees, one from World Mission Outreach Bible College and the other from World Vision University, but neither institution is accredited, according to the TV station.
When asked by WOAI why she goes by "doctor," Washington replied, "Why not?" She added that she is "a doctor in the Christian community."
Washington may be a doctor in the Christian community, but it appears her credentials as a public school supervisor are a lot less impressive.
Simon Brown is a communications associate at Americans United for Separation of Church and State, which publishes Church & State magazine.