The Legislature will not consider in September or October a measure to raise Michigan's charter school cap. A bill to raise the cap was tabled before the summer recess. The current cap on university-chartered schools is 150; the bill would increase this cap by 25 per year, up to 225 in 2002. The last chance for the bill to be considered this year would be if the Legislature reconvenes briefly after the November elections. Failing that, the bill will be extinguished and have to be reintroduced in the next Legislature.