Who pays for anti-vaccine rants of Centner Academy's co-founder? Taxpayers and kids
Children from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami at an“ All in for Smiles” day of fun event surround Leila Centner, co-founder of the David and Leila Centner Family Foundation, in December 2019. - David and Lelia Centner Family Foundation/Miami/TNS

MIAMI — Even for a city with a storied history of deep-pocketed scam artists who swoop in and dazzle the powers-that-be, the quackery at Centner Academy stands out. A two-campus private school for the children of downtown and midtown hipsters who can afford $30,000 tuition, the academy is steeped in scandal over the revelation that co-founder and leader Leila Centner is a rabid anti-vaxxer. The wealthy "educator" doesn't want her teachers vaccinated and turning into monsters who, just by their mere presence, are capable of hurting the children she's grooming to be "leaders with heart." (The ac...