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What regulations do charter schools not have to follow?

Charter schools are not exempt from the following laws and regulations, among others: Assessment and accountability requirements. Civil rights. Health and safety.

Do charter schools have to follow state laws?

Charter schools are public schools. As public schools, they are governed by federal and state laws. Charter schools are commonly exempted from many state lawsautonomy and flexibility are hallmarks of the charter school modelbut federal law cannot be waived.

What is the charter school law?

Charter schools are semi-autonomous public schools that receive public funds. They operate under a written contract with a state, district or other entity (referred to as an authorizer or sponsor). Currently, 45 states and the District of Columbia have charter school laws.

Can charter schools make their own rules?

Charter schools are public schools that are independent of school districts through contracts with state or local boards. The schools draw up their own charter which is a set of rules and performance standards that they are held accountable to.

Do charter schools have to follow state rules?

Charter schools are required to conduct statewide assessments and meet content standards. Pursuant to contract, a charter school may operate free from specified school district policies and free from state rules unless otherwise specified.

What states do not allow charter schools?

(The seven states that do not have charter school laws are Kentucky, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, and West Virginia.) As is the case with most education laws, charter schools are born at the state level.

Which states do not allow charter schools?

(The seven states that do not have charter school laws are Kentucky, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, and West Virginia.) As is the case with most education laws, charter schools are born at the state level.

Are charter schools in every state?

Currently, 45 states and the District of Columbia have charter school laws. West Virginia's charter school laws, created in 2019, are the newest. Education Commission of the States has researched charter school policies in all 50 states to provide this comprehensive resource, updated January 2020.
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