Senate Bill (H)
Authored by: Sen. Luke Kenley, Sen. Earline Rogers
Co-Authors: Sen. Greg Taylor, Sen. Lonnie Randolph
Sponsors: Rep. Timothy Brown
  • Sen. Luke Kenley
    Sen. Luke Kenley

    Author

  • Sen. Earline Rogers
    Sen. Earline Rogers

    Author

  • Sen. Greg Taylor
    Sen. Greg Taylor

    Co-Author

  • Sen. Lonnie Randolph
    Sen. Lonnie Randolph

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Timothy Brown
    Rep. Timothy Brown

    Sponsor

  • Rep. Todd Huston
    Rep. Todd Huston

    Co-Sponsor

  • Rep. Terry Goodin
    Rep. Terry Goodin

    Co-Sponsor

  • Rep. Justin Moed
    Rep. Justin Moed

    Co-Sponsor

  • Sen. Luke Kenley
    Sen. Luke Kenley

    Conferee

  • Sen. Greg Taylor
    Sen. Greg Taylor

    Conferee

  • Rep. Timothy Brown
    Rep. Timothy Brown

    Conferee

  • Rep. Vernon Smith
    Rep. Vernon Smith

    Conferee

  • Sen. Dennis Kruse
    Sen. Dennis Kruse

    Advisor

  • Sen. Lonnie Randolph
    Sen. Lonnie Randolph

    Advisor

  • Rep. Robert Behning
    Rep. Robert Behning

    Advisor

  • Rep. Todd Huston
    Rep. Todd Huston

    Advisor

  • Rep. Sue Errington
    Rep. Sue Errington

    Advisor

  • Rep. Terry Goodin
    Rep. Terry Goodin

    Advisor

  • Rep. Justin Moed
    Rep. Justin Moed

    Advisor

DIGEST

Charter schools. Adds a definition of an "adult high school". Repeals a provision that prohibits the establishment of new adult high schools. Provides that an adult high school may only be authorized by the Indiana charter school board or the Indianapolis charter school board. Provides that, after June 30, 2014, before an authorizer may grant a charter to establish or renew a charter for an adult high school, the organizer must have the proposal approved by the budget committee. Requires a charter for an adult high school to contain certain requirements. Provides that, with certain exceptions, for state fiscal years beginning after ... June 30, 2014, an adult high school is not entitled to receive funding from the state unless the general assembly enacts an appropriation for the adult high school. Provides that an adult high school is subject to alternative accountability system established by the state board. Provides that certain authorizers may collect a 3% administrative fee from the amount appropriated to an adult high school (Current law provides that an authorizer may collect the administrative fee from the charter schools basic tuition support) Requires the office of management and budget to study adult high schools and educational alternatives for students who: (1) are at least eighteen (18) years of age; and (2) have dropped out of high school before receiving a diploma.