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 Article of Interest - Michigan

Cox Allows Charter Schools With Multiple Locations

from Gongwer News Service, March 7, 2003

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As long as none of the facilities cover the same grade levels, charter schools can operate at multiple locations, Attorney General Mike Cox ruled.


The School Code provides that public school academies may only operate one location with each grade configuration, but Mr. Cox, responding to a question by Rep. Lisa Wojno (D-Warren), said that did not prohibit a charter from operating out of several locations.


In Opinion No. 7126, Mr. Cox said the school Ms. Wojno questioned, which operates one building for K-5 and a separate facility for grades 6-10, would be permitted as long as its charter also allows for the multiple locations.   The school would not, however, be able to duplicate a grade level at one of the buildings, he said.

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