Article VII, Section 4B of the Texas Constitution
Added November 6, 2001:
(a) The legislature by general law may authorize the board of trustees of an independent school district to donate district real property and improvements formerly used as a school campus for the purpose of preserving the improvements.
(b) A law enacted under this section must provide that before the board of trustees may make the donation, the board must determine that: (1) the improvements have historical significance; (2) the transfer will further the preservation of the improvements; and (3) at the time of the transfer, the district does not need the real property or improvements for educational purposes.
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- The Constitution of the State of Texas: An Annotated and Comparative Analysis (this two-volume resource is available at most law libraries and some municipal libraries)
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