Republicans Increase Access to Virtual Public Charter School

Today, Deputy Leader Dick Anderson (R-Lincoln City) carried House Bill 3204 A on the Senate floor, a measure that: (1) Reduces the amount of time a school district can approve or deny an application for a student to attend a virtual charter school from 14 days to 5 days; (2) Reduces the amount of time allowed for a parent or guardian to appeal the decision from 30 days to 14 days; (3) Ensures accuracy of the district’s determination to deny an application based on the 3% cap by requiring current updating of student population numbers with the state. It passed unanimously.


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