Repeals the following, allowing municipalities to operate charter schools and setting out related provisions: SL 2018-3; SL 2018-5, Section 38.8 (allowing a city to use property tax revenues and other unrestricted revenues to supplement funding for elementary and secondary public education); SL 2018-97, Section 11.1; and SL 2018-145, Section 20. Requires the State Board of Education, when the act becomes effective, to terminate the charter of any charter school operated by a municipality.
Bill H 229 (2019-2020)Summary date: Feb 27 2019 - More information
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