Idaho Statutes
pecnv.out

TITLE 6
ACTIONS IN PARTICULAR CASES
CHAPTER 22
CONSTITUTIONALLY BASED EDUCATIONAL CLAIMS ACT
6-2212.  State supervision. When authorized by law, the district court, or the state board of education pursuant to section 33-909, Idaho Code, may issue an order for state supervision of a local school district. When an order for state supervision of a local school district is entered by the district court, the superintendent of public instruction shall within thirty-five (35) calendar days appoint, at local school district expense, an officer to be known as a district supervisor. When an order for state supervision of a local school district is entered by the state board of education, the district supervisor shall be appointed pursuant to section 33-909, Idaho Code, at local school district expense. The district supervisor shall have authority to approve or disapprove any actions of the board of the local school district, to supervise or dismiss superintendents, assistant superintendents, and any other district administrative personnel, and to take any actions necessary to further the local school district’s obligations to provide constitutionally required educational services. In the case of appointment by the superintendent of public instruction, the district supervisor shall serve at the pleasure of the superintendent of public instruction until removed by the superintendent of public instruction or the superintendent of public instruction reports to the district court that the local school district is in substantial compliance with its obligations to provide constitutionally required educational services, or until the district court, upon its own motion or upon motion of any of the parties, orders state supervision to end. In the case of appointment by the state board of education, the district supervisor shall serve pursuant to section 33-909, Idaho Code.

History:
[6-2212, added 1996, ch. 258, sec. 1, p. 852; am. 2006, ch. 311, sec. 2, p. 958.]


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