2014 Mississippi Code
Title 37 - EDUCATION
Chapter 28 - MISSISSIPPI CHARTER SCHOOLS ACT OF 2013
§ 37-28-39 - Charter school and certain service providers to be nonprofit education organization; charter school to function as local educational agency [Repealed effective July 1, 2020]
(1) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, to the extent that any provision of this chapter is inconsistent with any other state or local law, rule or regulation, the provisions of this chapter govern and are controlling.
(2) A charter school and any education service provider which provides comprehensive management for a charter school must be a nonprofit education organization.
(3) A charter school is subject to all federal laws and authorities specified in this chapter or agreed upon with the authorizer in the charter contract, where such contracting is consistent with applicable laws, rules and regulations.
(4) To the extent approved by the authorizer, a charter contract may consist of one or more schools. Each charter school that is part of a charter contract must be separate and distinct from any other charter school.
(5) A single governing board may hold one or more charter contracts.
(6) A charter school must function as a local educational agency, and as such, a charter school is responsible for meeting the requirements of local educational agencies under applicable federal laws, including those relating to special education, receipt of funds and compliance with funding requirements. Status as a local educational agency, however, does not preclude a charter school from developing, by mutual agreement or formal contract, links with the local school district for services, resources and programs.
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