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“We will also be expanding the ballot measure from one county to a city-wide initiative,” Hagan said.

Voters will need to agree to two specific ballot measure changes before the measure, SB1, can become law.

If approved by voters, Hagan wants to allow cities, towns and counties to set aside a percentage of their revenue to fund charter schools, as Texas does under the state’s charter school law. He wants to allow tax assessments for “virtual” charter schools as well.

Voters would also have to pass a “memorandum of understanding” with a school district in order to begin offering special education as a secondary school option, he said.

The charter schools would be able to compete as separate schools for students and have to follow the same academic policies and accreditation systems as traditional public schools.

Hagan also wants voters to vote in favor of granting “safe harbor” status for charter schools under existing law. In the case of the Texas system, that means allowing those same charter schools to continue operating as they currently operate if the state allows it.

The initiative asks voters to approve a bond to create 10 charter schools, two for each district. Hagan said it would be a “tax-supported” fund that would pay for construction of the additional schools.

Hagan said that funding issue is not being addressed in the measure.

The bill will head to a full senate floor vote in a few days. The Senate is expected to approve it by Thursday.

Supporters said the measure would allow citizens in a district to support a more competitive school environment and help make school districts more profitable.

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Texas law states that if the total education expenses for a district exceed 50 percent of district expenditures, then the district loses “fair market value” status with the State Board of Education.

According to the Texas Department of Education website, about 65 percent of districts have fair market value, but the rest don’t.

The state board will hold a vote next Wednesday on whether to give the district Fair Market Value status if it loses that status and gives equal representatio로투스 홀짝n to private education for those with similar student demographics.

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