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Where can I find State Board of Education staff contact information?The State Board Directory provides a list under the resources link on the right.NC State Board of Education 
Where can I find the charter school laws?Laws for Charter Schools are located on the North Carolina General Assembly (NCGA) web page.Charter School Statute Article 14A
Where can I find State Board Policies?All State Board Policies can be found on the NC State Board of Education webpage.NC State Board of Education Policies
Are faculty salaries subject to the Public Records Law?Yes. The opening line of the public records law defines public records as -all documents ... made or received. It is significantly broad. If it is made or received by the charter school (i.e., salary run of x dollars to y person), then it is public. Again, this law is extremely broad and ties to the use of public dollars for the conducting of public record business (i.e., operating a public school). Any record made or received by the charter school is a public record unless specifically shielded by the Public Records Law.Public Records Law
How long do schools retain records or documents?Charter schools are encouraged to use the Records Retention and Disposition Schedule as a guide for addressing records and retention.NC General Assembly G.S. 115C-402
On what grounds may a charter be terminated or non-renewed?According to the law, the following are grounds for termination or non-renewal:
•  Failure to meet the requirements for student performance contained in the charter;
•  Failure to meet generally accepted standards of fiscal management;
•  Violations of law;
•  Material violation of any of the conditions, standards, or procedures set forth in the charter;
•  Two-thirds of the faculty and instructional support personnel at the school request that the charter be terminated or not renewed; or
•  Other good cause identified.
NC General Assembly G.S. 115C-218.95
Are charter schools required to display NC and US flags and recite the Pledge of Allegiance?As stated in the charter school law: A charter school shall (i) display the United States and North Carolina flags in each classroom when available, (ii) require the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance on a daily basis, and (iii) provide age-appropriate instruction on the meaning and historical origins of the flag and the Pledge of Allegiance. A charter school shall not compel any person to stand, salute the flag, or recite the Pledge of Allegiance. If flags are donated or are otherwise available, flags shall be displayed in each classroom.NC General Assembly G.S.115C-218.80.Display of the United States and North Carolina flags and the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.
State Flag, Official Governmental Flags, Motto, and Colors.

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