CCSA Answers: Contracting to Provide Courses or Tutorial Services

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November 17, 2013

Question: May a charter school contract with a nonprofit educational organization to provide courses or tutorial services?

Answer: Yes. A charter school may contract with another school or agency to provide services or courses for its students. If contracting for core courses, schools should consider if they meet the UC's A-G requirements, and always consult their charter petition and description of the educational program described therein, to ensure compliance.

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