(a) The State Board of Education shall appoint for each district established under
Section 11.351 a board of three, five, or seven trustees, as determined by the State Board of Education. A trustee is not required to be a resident of the district.
(b) For each military reservation school district, the State Board of Education may
appoint a board of three or five trustees. Enlisted military personnel and military officers may be appointed to the school
board. A majority of the trustees appointed for the district must be civilians and all
may be civilians. The trustees shall be selected from a list of persons who are qualified to serve
as members of a school district board of trustees under Section 11.061 and who live or are employed on the military reservation. The list shall be furnished to the board by the commanding officer of the military
reservation. The trustees appointed serve terms of two years.
(c) The State Board of Education may adopt rules for the governance of a special-purpose
district. In the absence of a rule adopted under this subsection, the laws applicable to independent
school districts apply to a special-purpose district.
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