A section of the Public School Code authorizing Philadelphia’s School Reform Commission to suspend provisions of the Charter School Law violates the non-delegation rule, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in West Phila. Achievement Charter Elem. Sch. v. Sch. Dist. of Phila.
By PBI| 2017-05-19T22:51:22+00:00 February 24th, 2016|Categories: Constitutional Law, School Law|Tags: 24 P.S. §6-696, charter, charter school, Charter School Law, declaratory judgment, delegate, delegation, distress, Distress Law, distressed, enrollment, legislative power, legislature, non-delegation, non-renewal, Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Philadelphia School District, Public School Code, renewal, revocation, school, school district, School Reform Commission|Comments Off on Key Provision of Distressed School Law Struck as Unconstitutional Delegation of Legislative Power