§ 115C-218.94. Identification of low-performing and continually low-performing charter schools.
(a) Identification of Low-Performing Charter Schools. - The State Board of Education shall identify low-performing charter schools on an annual basis. Low-performing charter schools are those that receive a school performance grade of D or F and a school growth score of "met expected growth" or "not met expected growth" as defined by G.S. 115C-83.15.
(b) Identification of Continually Low-Performing Charter Schools. - The State Board of Education shall identify continually low-performing charter schools on an annual basis. A continually low-performing charter school is a charter school that has been designated by the State Board as low-performing for at least two of three consecutive years. (2016-79, s. 1.7(a).)