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While relations between PUSD’s existing charter schools and the District as authorizer have, largely, been uncontentious, recent events compel the District to set out the District’s process and policies for reviewing petitions for the establishment of a charter school.
The District’s review of initial charter petitions is governed by Education Code section 47605, California Code of Regulation, Title 5, section 11967.5.1, and PUSD Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 0420.4.
Five charter schools currently operate within and are authorized by the Paradise Unified School District.
PUSD’s enrollment, including charter school pupils, was 4,258 for the 2016-2017 school year, including the 817 students enrolled at charters within the District as identified in the table below.