(a) A campus or program for which a charter is granted under this subchapter is subject
to federal and state laws and rules governing public schools, except that the campus
or program is subject to this code and rules adopted under this code only to the extent
the applicability to a campus or program for which a charter is granted under this
subchapter of a provision of this code or a rule adopted under this code is specifically
(b) A school district may contract with another district or an open-enrollment charter
school 1 for services at a campus charter. An employee of the district or open-enrollment charter school providing contracted
services to a campus charter is eligible for membership in and benefits from the Teacher
Retirement System of Texas if the employee would be eligible for membership and benefits
if holding the same position at the employing district or open-enrollment charter
Subsection (b) as added by Acts 2013, 83rd Leg., ch. 1078 (H.B. 3357), § 21 used
the term “charter holder” throughout subsec. (b) in place of “charter school”. In
subsec. (b) as added by Acts 2013, 83rd Leg., ch. 1140 (S.B. 2), § 5 the term “charter
school” is used throughout.
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