A student wants to attend a charter school specializing in foreign language but wants to concentrate on Egyptian hieroglyphics. Must the charter school accommodate him?
No, the charter school does not have to design such a program. Back to top A student lives with father for two weeks per month and mother for two weeks per month under a court order granting both parents joint legal and physical custody. Although they live only three blocks from each other, they are not in the same school district. The student wants to attend a charter school in the father’s district. There is only one space available and there are two applicants. The other applicant lives in the school district full time. Do they draw lots or does the full-time resident get the spot ? The decision would be left to the discretion of the charter school Board of Trustees. Back to top A charter school has 100 available spots; 105 children want to attend and they are all residents of the sponsoring school district. May the school pick the first 100 names out of a hat to fill the spots? Yes, picking names out of a hat qualifies as a random selection method, because all names in the hat have
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