Metro school leaders are worried about a bill that would overhaul the state's appeals process when it comes to charter schools.
They said during a special meeting Monday that the proposal would take away their local control and give it to an appointed state board.
"The worry is that the proposed board would not have a clear vision of what the community needs," said school board member Amy Frogge.
Frogge also expressed concerns about the fiscal impact of such a plan.
School board members made a motion to check with their legal experts to see what to do next.
The school board has been criticized in some circles for voting down a charter school that had some strong support from parents.
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