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Pennsylvania Statutes Title 24 P.S. Education § 13-1327.2. Attendance policy at charter, regional charter and cyber charter schools

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<For applicability of the addition of ??13-1327.2 by Act 2016, Nov. 3, P.L. 1061, No. 138, ??3, see Act 2017, Nov. 6, P.L. 1142, No. 55, ??21.>

(a)?Each charter, regional charter and cyber charter school shall establish an attendance policy designed to accurately determine when a child who is enrolled in a charter, regional charter or cyber charter school has an unexcused absence, which may differ from the policy of the school district in which the child resides. ?The policy must conform to the provisions of this act relating to compulsory attendance.

(b)?Notwithstanding section 1333.2(a), ���1 in the case of a child enrolled in a cyber charter school the venue for the filing of a citation under section 1333.1? ���2 shall be based upon the residence of the child. ?A cyber charter school may participate in a proceeding under sections 1333.1, 1333.2 and 1333.3? ���3 in person, by telephone conferencing, by video conferencing or by any other electronic means.

(c)?Charter, regional charter and cyber charter schools shall report unexcused absences directly to the department annually through the Pennsylvania Information Management System (PIMS).

1 ?24 P.S. ??13-1333.2.
2 ?24 P.S. ??13-1333.1.
3 ?24 P.S. ???13-1333.1, 13-1333.2, 13-1333.3.

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