|(a) If a resolution is adopted by the board of trustees
or upon receipt of a petition signed by a majority of the members
of the district-level committee, the board of trustees shall hold
a public hearing as soon as possible, but not later than 30 days,
to consider if the district should develop a local innovation plan
for the designation of the district as an innovation district.
(b) At the conclusion of the public hearing, or within
30 days after conclusion of the public hearing, the board of trustees
(1) decline to pursue designation of the district as
an innovation district; or
(2) appoint an innovation plan committee to develop
a local innovation plan in accordance with the TEC, §12A.003.
(c) The board of trustees may outline the parameters
around which the innovation plan committee may develop the plan.
(d) Prior to the designation as an innovation district,
a local innovation plan must be developed for the school district
and shall meet the plan requirements as outlined in the TEC, §12A.003,
and described in this subchapter.
(e) The plan must be clearly posted on the district's
website for the term of the designation as an innovation district.