Tag: Georgia Public Policy Foundatiion

Legislation that would ask voters to decide whether the state or local boards of education should be able to authorize start-up charter schools moved out of the House education committee Thursday by a 15-to-6 vote.  The next stop is an uncertain future before the full House where it needs two-thirds approval by members voting on the question.  With 180 members, the magic number is 120. Thursday’s committee vote approved a constitutional amendment ballot question that asks voters to reinstate an alternate authorizer for start-up charter schools; in this case, the state itself.  The state had the authority under a charter schools commission created by the 2008 Legislature.  But several local school boards sued and the Supreme Court overturned the commission… View Article

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