ATLANTA -- Georgia voters will decide whether to approve the Charter Schools Amendment on Nov. 6.
The amendment vote was authorized by the Georgia Legislature in response to the previous Charter Schools Commission being declared unconstitutional by a court ruling.
Now voters will get to decide whether to recreate the commission.
Like T-SPLOST, it's a hot issue that has non-partisan supporters and opponents.
Nina Gilbert, Executive Director of Ivy Prep, and Margaret Ciccarelli, Legislative Director of the Professional Association of Georgia Educators, debated the issue on 11Alive Weekend Morning News on Saturday.