Last week AB-1316 was introduced, which proposes further limitations and restrictions on nonclassroom-based (NCB) charter schools. It is important to note that this bill has only been introduced, and there are still many steps to go through before it can become law.
We have provided a short summary of the requirements in the current bill language that have the most potential to impact IEM Schools. You can also read the full bill.
What are IEM Schools doing to advocate for NCB schools:
What can you do to advocate for NCB schools:
We are committed to transparency and open communication, and while there are still many “unknowns,” we wanted to provide you with the most up-to-date information as we get it. The current bill that has been proposed is 88 pages in length and we anticipate that there will be several rounds of edits and changes prior to the final vote. We will advocate for our students and our schools throughout the entire process as It is our goal that this bill does not become law.
As always, we will remain vigilant and involved in legislative meetings to advocate for parents to have choices in the education of their child. We will continue to communicate with you as soon as there are updates regarding this legislation.
Cynthia Rachel, M. Ed
Director of Communications and Development
firstname.lastname@example.org / (530) 617-1455
IEM Schools: South Sutter, Ocean Grove, Sky Mountain