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Text of the All-STAR Act of 2011

This bill was introduced on April 13, 2011, in a previous session of Congress, but was not enacted. The text of the bill below is as of Apr 13, 2011 (Introduced).

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112th CONGRESS

1st Session

S. 809

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

April 13, 2011

(for himself, Mr. Kirk, and Ms. Landrieu) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions

A BILL

To provide high-quality public charter school options for students by enabling such public charter schools to expand and replicate.

1.

Short title

This Act may be cited as the All Students Achieving through Reform Act of 2011 or All-STAR Act of 2011.

2.

Charter school expansion and replication

(a)

In general

Subpart 1 of part B of title V of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 7221 et seq.) is amended—

(1)

by striking section 5211;

(2)

by redesignating section 5210 as section 5211; and

(3)

by inserting after section 5209 the following:

5210.

Charter school expansion and replication

(a)

Purpose

It is the purpose of this section to support State efforts to expand and replicate high-quality public charter schools to enable such schools to serve additional students, with a priority to serve those students who attend identified schools or schools with a low graduation rate.

(b)

Support for proven charter schools and increasing the supply of high-Quality charter schools

(1)

Grants authorized

From the amounts appropriated under section 5200 for any fiscal year, the Secretary shall award grants, on a competitive basis, to eligible entities to enable the eligible entities to make subgrants to eligible public charter schools under subsection (e)(1) and carry out the other activities described in subsection (e), in order to allow the eligible public charter schools to serve additional students through the expansion and replication of such schools.

(2)

Amount of grants

In determining the grant amount to be awarded under this subsection to an eligible entity, the Secretary shall consider—

(A)

the number of eligible public charter schools under the jurisdiction or in the service area of the eligible entity that are operating;

(B)

the number of openings for new students that could be created in such schools with such grant;

(C)

the number of students eligible for free or reduced price lunches under the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1751 et seq.) who are on waiting lists for charter schools under the jurisdiction or in the service area of the eligible entity, and other information with respect to charter schools in such jurisdiction or service area that suggest the interest of parents in charter school enrollment for their children;

(D)

the number of students attending identified schools or schools with a low graduation rate in the State or area where an eligible entity intends to replicate or expand eligible public charter schools; and

(E)

the success of the eligible entity in overseeing public charter schools and the likelihood of continued or increased success because of the grant under this section.

(3)

Duration of grants

A grant under this section shall be for a period of not more than 3 years, except that an eligible entity receiving such grant may, at the discretion of the Secretary, continue to expend grant funds after the end of the grant period. An eligible entity that has received a grant under this section may receive subsequent grants under this section.

(c)

Application requirements

(1)

Application requirements

To be considered for a grant under this section, an eligible entity shall submit an application to the Secretary at such time, in such manner, and containing such information as the Secretary may require.

(2)

Contents

The application described in paragraph (1) shall include, at a minimum, the following:

(A)

Record of success

Documentation of the record of success of the eligible entity in overseeing or operating public charter schools, including—

(i)

the performance of the students of such public charter schools on the student academic assessments described in section 1111(b)(3) of the State where such school is located (including a measurement of the students' average academic longitudinal growth at each such school, if such measurement is required by a Federal or State law applicable to the entity), disaggregated by—

(I)

economic disadvantage;

(II)

race and ethnicity;

(III)

disability status; and

(IV)

status as a student with limited English proficiency;

(ii)

the status of such schools under section 1116 in making adequate yearly progress or as identified schools;

(iii)

documentation of demonstrated success by such public charter schools in closing historic achievement gaps between groups of students; and

(iv)

in the case of such public charter schools that are secondary schools, the graduation rates and rates of student acceptance, enrollment, and persistence in institutions of higher education, where possible.

(B)

Plan

A plan for—

(i)

replicating and expanding eligible public charter schools operated or overseen by the eligible entity;

(ii)

identifying eligible public charter schools, or networks of eligible public charter schools, to receive subgrants under this section;

(iii)

increasing the number of openings in eligible public charter schools for students attending identified schools and schools with a low graduation rate;

(iv)

ensuring that eligible public charter schools receiving a subgrant under this section enroll students through a random lottery for admission, unless the charter school is using the subgrant to expand the school to serve additional grades, in which case such school may reserve seats in the additional grades for—

(I)

each student enrolled in the grade preceding each such additional grade;

(II)

siblings of students enrolled in the charter school, if such siblings desire to enroll in such grade; and

(III)

children of the charter school's founders, staff, or employees;

(v)
(I)

in the case of an eligible entity described in subparagraph (A) or (C) of subsection (k)(4), the manner in which the eligible entity will work with identified schools and schools with a low graduation rate that are eligible to enroll students in a public charter school receiving a subgrant under this section and that are under the eligible entity's jurisdiction, and the local educational agencies serving such schools, to—

(aa)

engage in community outreach, provide information in a language that the parents can understand, and communicate with parents of students at identified schools and schools with a low graduation rate who are eligible to attend a public charter school receiving a subgrant under this section about the opportunity to enroll in or transfer to such school, in a manner consistent with section 444 of the General Education Provisions Act (commonly known as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974); and

(bb)

ensure that a student can transfer to an eligible public charter school if the public charter school such student was attending in the previous school year is no longer an eligible public charter school; and

(II)

in the case of an eligible entity described in subparagraph (B) or (D) of subsection (k)(4), the manner in which the eligible entity will work with the local educational agency to carry out the activities described in items (aa) and (bb) of subclause (I);

(vi)

disseminating to public schools under the jurisdiction or in the service area of the eligible entity, in a manner consistent with section 444 of the General Education Provisions Act (commonly known as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974), the best practices, programs, or strategies learned by awarding subgrants to eligible public charter schools under this section, with particular emphasis on the best practices with respect to—

(I)

focusing on closing the achievement gap; or

(II)

successfully addressing the education needs of low-income students; and

(vii)

in the case of an eligible entity described in subsection (k)(4)(D)—

(I)

supporting the short-term and long-term success of the proposed project, by—

(aa)

developing a multi-year financial and operating model for the eligible entity; and

(bb)

including, with the plan, evidence of the demonstrated commitment of current partners, as of the time of the application, for the proposed project and of broad support from stakeholders critical to the project's long-term success;

(II)

closing public charter schools that do not meet acceptable standards of performance; and

(III)

achieving the objectives of the proposed project on time and within budget, which shall include the use of clearly defined responsibilities, timelines, and milestones for accomplishing project tasks.

(C)

Charter school information

The number of—

(i)

eligible public charter schools that are operating in the State in which the eligible entity intends to award subgrants under this section;

(ii)

public charter schools approved to open or likely to open during the grant period in such State;

(iii)

available openings in eligible public charter schools in such State that could be created through the replication or expansion of such schools if the grant is awarded to the eligible entity;

(iv)

students on public charter school waiting lists (if such lists are available) in—

(I)

the State in which the eligible entity intends to award subgrants under this section; and

(II)

each local educational agency serving an eligible public charter school that may receive a subgrant under this section from the eligible entity; and

(v)

students, and the percentage of students, in a local educational agency who are attending eligible public charter schools that may receive a subgrant under this section from the eligible entity.

(D)

Traditional public school information

In the case of an eligible entity described in subparagraph (A) or (C) of subsection (k)(4), a list of the following schools under the jurisdiction of the eligible entity, including the name and location of each such school, the number and percentage of students under the jurisdiction of the eligible entity who are attending such school, and such demographic and socioeconomic information as the Secretary may require:

(i)

Identified schools.

(ii)

Schools with a low graduation rate.

(E)

Assurance

In the case of an eligible entity described in subsection (k)(4)(A), an assurance that the eligible entity will include in the notifications provided under section 1116(c)(6) to parents of each student enrolled in a school served by a local educational agency identified for school improvement or corrective action under paragraph (1) or (7) of section 1116(c), information (in a language that the parents can understand) about the eligible public charter schools receiving subgrants under this section.

(3)

Modifications

The Secretary may modify or waive any information requirement under paragraph (2)(C) for an eligible entity that demonstrates that the eligible entity cannot reasonably obtain the information.

(d)

Priorities for awarding grants

(1)

In general

In awarding grants under this section, the Secretary shall give priority to an eligible entity that—

(A)

serves or plans to serve a large percentage of low-income students from identified schools or public schools with a low graduation rate;

(B)

oversees or plans to oversee one or more eligible public charter schools;

(C)

provides evidence of effective monitoring of the academic success of students who attend public charter schools under the jurisdiction of the eligible entity;

(D)

has established goals, objectives, and outcomes for the proposed project that are clearly specified, measurable, and attainable;

(E)

in the case of an eligible entity that is a local educational agency under State law, has a cooperative agreement under section 1116(b)(11); and

(F)

is under the jurisdiction of, or plans to award subgrants under this section in, a State that—

(i)

ensures that all public charter schools (including such schools served by a local educational agency and such schools considered to be a local educational agency under State law) receive, in a timely manner, the Federal, State, and local funds to which such schools are entitled under applicable law;

(ii)

does not have a cap that restricts the growth of public charter schools in the State;

(iii)

provides funding (such as capital aid distributed through a formula or access to revenue generated bonds, and including funding for school facilities) on a per-pupil basis to public charter schools commensurate with the amount of funding (including funding for school facilities) provided to traditional public schools;

(iv)

provides strong evidence of support for public charter schools and has in place innovative policies that support academically successful charter school growth;

(v)

authorizes public charter schools to offer early childhood education programs, including prekindergarten, in accordance with State law;

(vi)

authorizes or allows public charter schools to serve as school food authorities;

(vii)

ensures that each public charter school in the State—

(I)

has a high degree of autonomy over the public charter school’s budget and expenditures;

(II)

has a written performance contract with an authorized public chartering agency that ensures that the school has an independent governing board with a high degree of autonomy; and

(III)

in the case of an eligible public charter school receiving a subgrant under this section, amends its charter to reflect the growth activities described in subsection (e);

(viii)

has an appeals process for the denial of an application for a public charter school;

(ix)

provides that an authorized public chartering agency that is not a local educational agency, such as a State chartering board, is available for each individual or entity seeking to operate a public charter school pursuant to such State law;

(x)

allows any public charter school to be a local educational agency in accordance with State law;

(xi)

ensures that each authorized public chartering agency in the State submits annual reports to the State educational agency, and makes such reports available to the public, on the performance of the schools authorized or approved by such public chartering agency, which reports shall include—

(I)

the authorized public chartering agency’s strategic plan for authorizing or approving public charter schools and any progress toward achieving the objectives of the strategic plan;

(II)

the authorized public chartering agency’s policies for authorizing or approving public charter schools, including how such policies examine a school’s—

(aa)

financial plan and policies, including financial controls and audit requirements;

(bb)

plan for identifying and successfully (in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations) serving students with disabilities, students who are English language learners, students who are academically behind their peers, and gifted students; and

(cc)

capacity and capability to successfully launch and subsequently operate a public charter school, including the backgrounds of the individuals applying to the agency to operate such school and any record of such individuals operating a school;

(III)

the authorized public chartering agency’s policies for renewing, not renewing, and revoking a public charter school's charter, including the role of student academic achievement in such decisions;

(IV)

the authorized public chartering agency’s transparent, timely, and effective process for closing down academically unsuccessful public charter schools;

(V)

the academic performance of each operating public charter school authorized or approved by the authorized public chartering agency, including the information reported by the State in the State annual report card under section 1111(h)(1)(C) for such school;

(VI)

the status of the authorized public chartering agency’s charter school portfolio, by identifying all charter schools served by the public chartering agency in each of the following categories: approved (but not yet open), operating, renewed, transferred, revoked, not renewed, voluntarily closed, or never opened;

(VII)

the authorizing functions provided by the authorized public chartering agency to the public charter schools under its purview, including such agency's operating costs and expenses as detailed through annual auditing of financial statements that conform with general accepted accounting principles; and

(VIII)

the services purchased (such as accounting, transportation, and data management and analysis) from the authorized public chartering agency by the public charter schools authorized or approved by such agency, including an itemized accounting of the actual costs of such services; and

(xii)

has or will have (within 1 year after receiving a grant under this section) a State policy and process for overseeing and reviewing the effectiveness and quality of the State’s authorized public chartering agencies, including—

(I)

a process for reviewing and evaluating the performance of the authorized public chartering agencies in authorizing or approving public charter schools, including a process that enables the authorized public chartering agencies to respond to any State concerns; and

(II)

any other necessary policies to ensure effective charter school authorizing in the State in accordance with the principles of quality charter school authorizing, as determined by the State in consultation with the charter school community and stakeholders.

(2)

Special rule

In awarding grants under this section, the Secretary may determine how the priorities described in paragraph (1) will apply to the different types of eligible entities defined in subsection (k)(4).

(e)

Use of funds

An eligible entity receiving a grant under this section shall use the grant funds for the following:

(1)

Subgrants

(A)

In general

To award subgrants, in such amount as the eligible entity determines is appropriate, to eligible public charter schools to replicate or expand such schools.

(B)

Application

An eligible public charter school desiring to receive a subgrant under this subsection shall submit an application to the eligible entity at such time, in such manner, and containing such information as the eligible entity may require.

(C)

Uses of funds

An eligible public charter school receiving a subgrant under this subsection shall use the subgrant funds to provide for an increase in the school’s enrollment of students through the replication or expansion of the school, which may include use of funds to—

(i)

support the physical expansion of school buildings, including financing the development of new buildings and campuses to meet increased enrollment needs;

(ii)

pay costs associated with hiring additional teachers to serve additional students;

(iii)

provide transportation to additional students to and from the school, including providing transportation to students who transfer to the school under a cooperative agreement established under section 1116(b)(11);

(iv)

purchase instructional materials, implement teacher and principal professional development programs, and hire additional non-teaching staff; and

(v)

support any necessary activities associated with the school carrying out the purposes of this section.

(D)

Priority

In awarding subgrants under this subsection, an eligible entity shall give priority to an eligible public charter school—

(i)

that has significantly closed any achievement gap on the State academic assessments described in section 1111(b)(3) among the groups of students described in section 1111(b)(2)(C)(v) by improving scores;

(ii)

that—

(I)
(aa)

ranks in at least the top 25th percentile of the schools in the State, as ranked by the percentage of students in the proficient or advanced level of achievement on the State academic assessments in mathematics and reading or language arts described in section 1111(b)(3); or

(bb)

has an average student score on an examination (chosen by the Secretary) that is at least in the 60th percentile in reading and at least in the 75th percentile in mathematics; and

(II)

serves a high-need student population and is eligible to participate in a schoolwide program under section 1114, with additional priority given to schools that serve, as compared to other schools that have submitted an application under this subsection—

(aa)

a greater percentage of low-income students; and

(bb)

a greater percentage of not less than 2 groups of students described in section 1111(b)(2)(C)(v)(II); and

(iii)

that meets the criteria described in clause (i) and serves low-income students who have transferred to such school under a cooperative agreement described in section 1116(b)(11).

(E)

Duration of subgrant

A subgrant under this subsection shall be awarded for a period of not more than 3 years, except that an eligible public charter school receiving a subgrant under this subsection may, at the discretion of the eligible entity, continue to expend subgrant funds after the end of the subgrant period.

(2)

Facility financing and revolving loan fund

An eligible entity may use not more than 25 percent of the amount of the grant funds received under this section to establish a reserve account described in subsection (f) to facilitate public charter school facility acquisition and development by—

(A)

conducting credit enhancement initiatives (as referred to in subpart 2) in support of the development of facilities for eligible public charter schools serving students;

(B)

establishing a revolving loan fund for use by an eligible public charter school receiving a subgrant under this subsection from the eligible entity under such terms as may be determined by the eligible entity to allow such school to expand to serve additional students;

(C)

facilitating, through direct expenditure or financing, the acquisition or development of public charter school buildings by the eligible entity or an eligible public charter school receiving a subgrant under this subsection from the eligible entity, which may be used as both permanent locations for eligible public charter schools or incubators for growing charter schools; or

(D)

establishing a partnership with 1 or more community development financial institutions (as defined in section 103 of the Community Development Banking and Financial Institutions Act of 1994 (12 U.S.C. 4702)) or other mission-based financial institutions to carry out the activities described in subparagraphs (A), (B), and (C).

(3)

Administrative tasks, dissemination activities, and outreach

(A)

In general

An eligible entity may use not more than 7.5 percent of the grant funds awarded under this section to cover administrative tasks, dissemination activities, and outreach.

(B)

Nonprofit assistance

In carrying out the administrative tasks, dissemination activities, and outreach described in subparagraph (A), an eligible entity may contract with an organization described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (26 U.S.C. 501(c)(3)) and exempt from tax under section 501(a) of such Code (26 U.S.C. 501(a)).

(f)

Reserve Account

(1)

In general

To assist eligible entities in the development of new public charter school buildings or facilities for eligible public charter schools, an eligible entity receiving a grant under this section may, in accordance with State and local law, directly or indirectly, alone or in collaboration with others, deposit the amount of funds described in subsection (e)(2) in a reserve account established and maintained by the eligible entity.

(2)

Investment

Funds received under this section and deposited in the reserve account established under this subsection shall be invested in obligations issued or guaranteed by the United States or a State, or in other similarly low-risk securities.

(3)

Reinvestment of earnings

Any earnings on funds received under this subsection shall be deposited in the reserve account established under this section and used in accordance with the purpose described in subsection (a).

(4)

Recovery of funds

(A)

In general

The Secretary, in accordance with chapter 37 of title 31, United States Code, shall collect—

(i)

all funds in a reserve account established by an eligible entity under this subsection if the Secretary determines, not earlier than 2 years after the date the eligible entity first received funds under this section, that the eligible entity has failed to make substantial progress carrying out the purpose described in paragraph (1); or

(ii)

all or a portion of the funds in a reserve account established by an eligible entity under this subsection if the Secretary determines that the eligible entity has permanently ceased to use all or a portion of funds in such account to accomplish the purpose described in paragraph (1).

(B)

Exercise of authority

The Secretary shall not exercise the authority provided under subparagraph (A) to collect from any eligible entity any funds that are being properly used to achieve such purpose.

(C)

Procedures

Sections 451, 452, and 458 of the General Education Provisions Act shall apply to the recovery of funds under subparagraph (A).

(D)

Construction

This paragraph shall not be construed to impair or affect the authority of the Secretary to recover funds under part D of the General Education Provisions Act.

(5)

Reallocation

Any funds collected by the Secretary under paragraph (4) shall be awarded to eligible entities receiving grants under this section in the next fiscal year.

(g)

Financial responsibility

The financial records of each eligible entity and eligible public charter school receiving a grant or subgrant, respectively, under this section shall be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and shall be subject to an annual audit by an independent public accountant.

(h)

National evaluation

(1)

National evaluation

From the amounts appropriated under section 5200, the Secretary shall conduct an independent, comprehensive, and scientifically sound evaluation, by grant or contract and using the highest quality research design available, of the impact of the activities carried out under this section on—

(A)

student achievement, including State standardized assessment scores and, if available, student academic longitudinal growth (as described in subsection (c)(2)(A)(i)) based on such assessments; and

(B)

other areas, as determined by the Secretary.

(2)

Report

Not later than 4 years after the date of the enactment of the All Students Achieving through Reform Act of 2011, and biannually thereafter, the Secretary shall submit to Congress a report on the results of the evaluation described in paragraph (1).

(i)

Reports

Each eligible entity receiving a grant under this section shall prepare and submit to the Secretary the following:

(1)

Report

A report that contains such information as the Secretary may require concerning use of the grant funds by the eligible entity, including the academic achievement of the students attending eligible public charter schools as a result of the grant. Such report shall be submitted before the end of the 3-year period beginning on the date of enactment of the All Students Achieving through Reform Act of 2011 and every 2 years thereafter.

(2)

Performance information

Such performance information as the Secretary may require for the national evaluation conducted under subsection (h)(1).

(j)

Inapplicability

The provisions of sections 5201 through 5209 shall not apply to the program under this section.

(k)

Definitions

In this section:

(1)

Adequate yearly progress

The term adequate yearly progress has the meaning given such term in a State’s plan in accordance with section 1111(b)(2)(C).

(2)

Administrative tasks, dissemination activities, and outreach

The term administrative tasks, dissemination activities, and outreach includes costs and activities associated with—

(A)

recruiting and selecting students to attend eligible public charter schools;

(B)

outreach to parents of students enrolled in identified schools or schools with low graduation rates;

(C)

providing information to such parents and school officials at such schools regarding eligible public charter schools receiving subgrants under this section;

(D)

necessary oversight of the grant program under this section; and

(E)

initiatives and activities to disseminate the best practices, programs, or strategies learned in eligible public charter schools to other public schools operating in the State where the eligible entity intends to award subgrants under this section.

(3)

Charter school

The term charter school means—

(A)

a charter school, as defined in section 5211(1); or

(B)

a school that meets the requirements of such section, except for subparagraph (D) of the section, and provides prekindergarten or adult education services.

(4)

Eligible entity

The term eligible entity means—

(A)

a State educational agency;

(B)

an authorized public chartering agency;

(C)

a local educational agency that has authorized or is planning to authorize a public charter school; or

(D)

an organization, including a nonprofit charter management organization, that has an organizational mission and record of success supporting the replication and expansion of high-quality charter schools and is—

(i)

described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (26 U.S.C. 501(c)(3)); and

(ii)

exempt from tax under section 501(a) of such Code (26 U.S.C. 501(a)).

(5)

Eligible public charter school

The term eligible public charter school means a charter school, including a public charter school that is being developed by a developer, that—

(A)

has made adequate yearly progress for 2 of the last 3 consecutive school years; and

(B)

in the case of a public charter school that is a secondary school, has, for the most recent school year for which data is available, met or exceeded the graduation rate required by the State in order to make adequate yearly progress for such year.

(6)

Graduation rate

The term graduation rate has the meaning given the term in section 1111(b)(2)(C)(vi), as clarified in section 200.19(b)(1) of title 34, Code of Federal Regulations.

(7)

Identified school

The term identified school means a school identified for school improvement, corrective action, or restructuring under paragraph (1), (7), or (8) of section 1116(b).

(8)

Local educational agency

The term local educational agency includes any charter school that is a local educational agency, as determined by State law.

(9)

Low-income student

The term low-income student means a student eligible for free or reduced price lunches under the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1751 et seq.).

(10)

School food authority

The term school food authority has the meaning given the term in section 250.3 of title 7, Code of Federal Regulations (or any corresponding similar regulation or ruling).

(11)

School year

The term school year has the meaning given such term in section 12(d) of the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1760(d)).

(12)

Traditional public school

The term traditional public school does not include any charter school, as defined in section 5211.

.

(b)

Authorization of appropriations

Part B of title V of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 7221 et seq.) is amended—

(1)

by striking section 5231; and

(2)

by inserting before subpart 1 the following:

5200.

Authorization of appropriations for subparts 1 and 2

(a)

In general

There are authorized to be appropriated to carry out subparts 1 and 2, $700,000,000 for fiscal year 2012 and such sums as may be necessary for each of the 5 succeeding fiscal years.

(b)

Allocation

In allocating funds appropriated under this section for any fiscal year, the Secretary shall consider—

(1)

the relative need among the programs carried out under sections 5202, 5205, 5210, and subpart 2; and

(2)

the quality of the applications submitted for such programs.

.

(c)

Conforming amendments

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 6301 et seq.) is amended—

(1)

in section 2102(2) (20 U.S.C. 6602(2)), by striking 5210 and inserting 5211;

(2)

in section 5204(e) (20 U.S.C. 7221c(e)), by striking 5210(1) and inserting 5211(1);

(3)

in section 5211(1) (as redesignated by subsection (a)(2)) (20 U.S.C. 7221i(1)), by striking The term and inserting Except as otherwise provided, the term;

(4)

in section 5230(1) (20 U.S.C. 7223i(1)), by striking 5210 and inserting 5211; and

(5)

in section 5247(1) (20 U.S.C. 7225f(1)), by striking 5210 and inserting 5211.

(d)

Table of contents

The table of contents of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 is amended—

(1)

by inserting before the item relating to subpart 1 of part B of title V the following:

Sec. 5200. Authorization of appropriations for subparts 1 and 2.

;

(2)

by striking the items relating to sections 5210 and 5211;

(3)

by inserting after the item relating to section 5209 the following:

Sec. 5210. Charter school expansion and replication.

Sec. 5211. Definitions.

;

and
(4)

by striking the item relating to section 5231.