2014 Mississippi Code
Title 37 - EDUCATION
Chapter 28 - MISSISSIPPI CHARTER SCHOOLS ACT OF 2013
§ 37-28-43 - Prohibition against discrimination; prohibition against charging tuition; transportation plan; virtual courses [Repealed effective July 1, 2020]
(1) A charter school may not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, disability, national origin or any other category that would be unlawful if done by a noncharter public school.
(2) A charter school may not engage in any sectarian practices in its educational program, admissions or employment policies or operations.
(3) A charter school may not discriminate against any student on the basis of national origin, minority status or limited proficiency in English. Consistent with federal civil rights laws, charter schools must provide limited English proficient students with appropriate services designed to teach them English and the general curriculum.
(4) A charter school may not charge tuition.
(5) The terms of each charter school must include a transportation plan for students attending the charter school.
(6) Subject to the approval of the authorizer, a charter school may contract with an accredited online course provider for the delivery of virtual courses to students enrolled in the charter school.
(7) Except to the extent authorized under paragraph (c) of Section 37-28-41, the powers, obligations and responsibilities set forth in the charter contract may not be delegated or assigned by either party.
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