Each school elects a school community council consisting of parents, teachers and the principal. Charter schools are not required to have a council but instead have trust land committees that make decisions about the School LAND Trust Program. LAND stands for Learning And Nurturing Development.  Your council or committee prepares a plan that identifies the school's greatest academic need(s). Plans are submitted on this website. The plans are approved by local school boards for implementation the following school year. Your council or committee receives an annual dividend from the permanent State School Fund every July to implement your school's approved plan during the next school year.

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Understanding the School LAND Trust Program

Training and Supplies

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The Law and State Board Rule

Information for Charter Schools

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