Important New Charter School Rules You Might Not Be Prepared to Implement

Beginning January 1, 2020, California charter schools and CMOs considered to “manage”* charters must comply with government agency transparency rules and perform new and different teleconferencing procedures for board meetings.  The transparency requirements include the Brown Act open meeting rules; Public Records Act; and conflict of interest rules including Gov. Code section 1090, the Political Reform Act and the prohibition against holding “incompatible” offices—an example of which might be a charter board member serving as a city planning commissioner in a location where the charter is seeking a land use permit.

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