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Act 2 of the 2012 Legislative Session provided BESE the authority to certify eligible organizations (post-secondary institutions, state agencies, or a nonprofit corporation with an educational mission or established by the governing authority of a parish or municipality) to serve as a Local Charter Authorizer (LCA). LCAs possess the authority to authorize charter schools similar to BESE and local districts.LCAs are uniquely positioned in Louisiana to leverage their local knowledge, expertise, and support to authorize and oversee new high-quality charter schools that can create new educational options for students within their communities. Charter schools authorized by LCAs are known as Type 1B charter schools. Type 1B charter schools act as a local education agency…. …Each LCA is certified to authorize charter schools within at least one Regional Labor Market Area, as defined by the Louisiana Workforce Commission. At any time, no more than five LCAs may be certified to operate in a specific Regional Labor Market Area.