Bill Summary for S 522 (2019-2020)

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May 6 2019

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View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
Senate Bill 522 (Public) Filed Tuesday, April 2, 2019
AN ACT TO ALIGN THE SELECTION OF INNOVATIVE SCHOOLS WITH THOSE IDENTIFIED BY THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR COMPREHENSIVE SUPPORT AND IMPROVEMENT, TO EXPAND OPTIONS FOR THE INNOVATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT, TO REQUIRE LOCAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION TO INFORM BOARDS OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ACADEMIC PROGRESS, TO REQUIRE FURTHER STUDY OF REFORMS FOR ASSISTANCE TO LOW-PERFORMING SCHOOLS, TO ELIMINATE THE CAP ON LOCAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION THAT CAN PARTICIPATE IN THE ADVANCED TEACHING ROLES PILOT PROGRAM, AND TO EXEMPT ADVANCED TEACHING ROLES SCHOOLS FROM CLASS SIZE REQUIREMENTS.
Intro. by Tillman.

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Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.

Eliminates the proposed provisions of the following Parts of the act: Part II (amending SL 2017-57, making charter schools eligible for grants from the Need-Based Public School Capital Fund); Part II (enacting GS 115C-218.37, authorizing the Superintendent of Public Instruction to approve charter school private activity bonds); Part VI (amending Article 14A, GS Chapter 115C to establish charter school enrollment priority for children of charter partner employees); and Part VII (further amending Article 14A to provide for an alternative procedure of charter school approval by a Higher Education Institution Authorizer).

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