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Continually Low-Performing Charter Schools


ItemDescription
Policy TitleContinually Low-Performing Charter Schools
Policy CategoryPublic School Employee Charter Schools Administration (CHTR)
Policy IDCHTR-010
Policy Date2017-03-02
Previous Policy Dates10/04/2001,12/03/2009, 04/02/2015, 01/07/2016
Statutory Reference GS 115C-218.94

 Formerly TCS-U-010


  1. A continually low-performing charter school is a charter school that has been designated by the State Board as low-performing for at least two of three consecutive years.
  2. If a charter school is continually low-performing, the State Board is authorized to terminate, not renew, or seek applicants to assume the charter through the competitive bid process established by the State Board in CHTR-017.
  3. The State Board shall not terminate or not renew the charter of a continually low-performing charter school solely for its continually low-performing status if the charter school has met growth in each of the immediately preceding three school years or if the charter school has implemented a strategic improvement plan approved by the State Board and is making measureable progress toward student performance goals.
  4. This policy does not prohibit the State Board of Education from taking any action that is otherwise legal and appropriate pursuant to G.S. 115C-218.95.

 

 

 

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