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charter lawの例文

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  • Some states have what amount to charter schools without charter laws.
  • Minnesota passed the nation's first charter law in 1991.
  • Or Massachusetts, home to an expansive charter law with stronger accountability.
  • Admission to Da Vinci Schools is by lottery pursuant to California charter law.
  • Some states are now tightening charter laws because achievement has declined in some charter schools.
  • Counties organized under the Optional County Charter Law may also have an elected county executive.
  • Many states recognize the funding inequity and are looking at amending their charter laws, Allen said.
  • The original charter law, adopted in early 1993, limited the number of charter schools statewide to 100.
  • Since the first charter law was passed in Minnesota in 1991, 11 states have passed laws authorizing such schools.
  • 29, New York's charter law, passed in 1998, dictates that enrollment be determined by lottery.
  • Trump stated that " Distribution of this grant will favor states that have private school choice and charter laws ."
  • The charter law bars the overt teaching of religion, as well as the conversion of religious schools into charter schools.
  • The Walsh Act was the first charter law in New Jersey to include options for ballot initiatives, referendums and recall.
  • Federal depository institutions, such as National Banks, or federally chartered credit unions derive their authority from federal statutory charter law.
  • This commission was responsible for drafting Optional Municipal Charter Law provides New Jersey Walsh Act and the 1923 Municipal Manager Law ).
  • About 25 states have established charter laws that create public schools free from constraints such as union seniority rules and special-education mandates.
  • This is often cited as a criticism : That the charter law passed in 1994 is too loose because it allows the movement to be too large.
  • The state's lone elementary charter school in Cleveland, Miss ., is successful, despite low marks for the state's charter law, he said.
  • Another Higley charter in Phoenix, Westland School, existed as a small family-oriented private school _ run by volunteers who charged minimal tuition _ before the charter law.
  • In fact, the Center for Education Reform in Washington, D . C ., ranks Arizona first among 38 states with charter laws because of its deregulation and flexible approach.
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