Agreement In Accordance With Article 15A B-Vg About The Further Expansion Of All-Day School Forms

Original Language Title: Vereinbarung gemäß Artikel 15a B-VG über den weiteren Ausbau ganztägiger Schulformen

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192. Agreement under Article 15a B-VG on the further development of all-day forms of schooling

The National Council has decided:

The conclusion of the present agreement pursuant to Art. 15a B-VG is hereby approved.

The federal government-represented by the federal government-and the signatory countries-represented by the regional governor respectively. the provincial governor-hereinafter referred to as the "contracting parties"-have agreed to conclude the following agreement in accordance with Article 15a of the Federal Constitutional Law:

Article 1

Basis for the further expansion of all-day school forms

The Parties agree on the duration of the agreement on the expansion of all-day school forms, BGBl. I No 115/2011, in accordance with the following Articles in the respective area of competence, until the end of the 2018/19 school year, and to implement fully in the period referred to above.

Article 2

Advanced objectives

This agreement includes in addition to the one in Art. 1 of the Agreement on the expansion of all-day school forms, BGBl. I n ° 115/2011, public generally-education compulsory schools are also private schools with public law. In addition to the objectives set out in Article 1 of the Memorandum of Understanding on the expansion of all-day schooling, BGBl. I No 115/2011, the objectives of this Agreement are as follows:

1.

Development of the integrative care provision for children with special educational needs,

2.

Expansion of day care with special quality criteria:

a)

Promotion in the leisure area through offers of interest and talent promotion as well as individual support,

b)

ensuring a meaningful leisure activity through offers in the fields of school cultural work, social learning, language and reading promotion, gender-conscious pedagogy, school violence prevention, intercultural learning, leisure projects, Health and exercise education as well as natural science-technical priorities,

c)

Ensuring the spatial conditions for the implementation of school day care through the creation of communication and regeneration zones and areas for catering, sports and leisure activities, as well as through adaptation classrooms in order to provide individual support for pupils, support in small groups and project lessons.

3.

Production of the same framework conditions for day care in the various forms.

Article 3

Overall pedagogical concept

Within the framework of the overall pedagogical concept, the Länder undertake to act in accordance with Art. 4 (3) Z 1 lit. b of the agreement on the expansion of all-day school forms, BGBl. I n ° 115/2011, the interests and talents of the pupils in addition to those in Art. 4 sec. 3 Z 1 lit. b) to promote the above-mentioned offers also through language and reading promotion as well as the promotion of talent and to ensure sufficient possibilities of movement within the scope of the leisure activities of the school day care.

Article 4

Financing and payment methods for leisure time within the framework of school day care up to 18:00 in 2014

(1) In addition to the provisions of Art. 4 of the Agreement on the extension of all-day schooling, BGBl. I n ° 115/2011, for the year 2014 by the Federal Government, the federal government for the free time of the school day care, which takes place on school days at least until 4:00 p.m. and if necessary until 18:00, will be in 2014 a Grant an appropriate grant within the meaning of § § 12 and 13 F-VG in 1948 in the maximum amount of 78,534,000.00 Euro. A portion of this amount may also be used for infrastructural measures within the meaning of Article 4 (2) of the above-mentioned agreement, in accordance with the distribution key referred to in paragraph 2, at locations where the stock is held against the background of the Foreseeable demographic trends can be considered secure.

(2) This amount shall be allocated as follows:

2014

Total

in euro (maximum)

Also for infrastructure

in euro (maximum)

Burgenland

2.665.608.88 €

2.562.190.70 €

Carinthia

5.253.107.84 €

5.049.301,92 €

Lower Austria

15.098.617.00 €

14.512.832.80 €

Upper Austria

13.249.070.62 €

12.735.043.66 €

Salzburg

4.968.155.08 €

4.775.404.53 €

Steiermark

11.340.466.66

10.900.488,21 €

Tyrol

6.620.863.85 €

6.363.992.81 €

Vorarlberg

3.457.153,07 €

3.323.025,18 €

Vienna

15.880.957.00 €

15.264.820.19 €

Austria

78.534.000,00 €

(3) The start-up funding provided for in 2014 in accordance with the above distribution key also for infrastructural measures may also be used to finance infrastructural measures of the year 2013.

Article 5

Financing and payment methods for leisure time within the framework of the school day care until 18:00 clock in the years 2015 to 2018

(1) In addition to the provisions of Art. 4 of the Agreement on the extension of all-day schooling, BGBl. I n ° 115/2011, for the years 2011 to 2014 by the Federal Government, the Federal Government will be responsible for the free time of the school day care, which takes place on school days at any rate until 4:00 p.m. and if necessary until 18:00 clock, in the Years 2015 to 2018 provide a special purpose grant within the meaning of § § 12 and 13 F-VG 1948 in the amount of a total of at most 375,402,000.00 euros. A partial amount may also be used for infrastructural measures within the meaning of Article 4 (2) of the above-mentioned agreement in accordance with the distribution key provided for in paragraph 2, these at locations where the stock is available against the background of the foreseeable future. demographics can be considered secure.

2015

2016

2017

2018

109.368.000,00 €

99.022.999,99 €

88.678.000,00 €

78.333.000,01 €

(2) This amount shall be allocated as follows:

2015

2016

Total
in euro (maximum)

Also for infrastructure
in euro (maximum)

Total
in euro (maximum)

Also for infrastructure
in euro (maximum)

Burgenland

3.712.179.60 €

2.227.307.76 €

3.361.048,57 €

1.848.576.71 €

Carinthia

7.315.581,77 €

4.389.349.06 €

6.623.608.86 €

3.642.984.87 €

Lower Austria

21,026.632,33 €

12.615.979.40 €

19.037.746.09 €

10.470.760.35 €

Upper Austria

18.450.917.50 €

11.070.550.50 €

16.705.665,31 €

9.188.115,92 €

Salzburg

6.918.750.92 €

4.151.250.55 €

6.264.313.80 €

3,445,372,59 €

Steiermark

15.792.957.93 €

9,475,774,76 €

14.299.119.25 €

7.864.515.59 €

Tyrol

9.220.345.80 €

5.532.207.48 €

8.348.203.33 €

4.591.511.83 €

Vorarlberg

4.814.499,67 €

2.888.699,80 €

4.359.101.38 €

2.397.505.76 €

Vienna

22.116.134,48 €

13.269.680,69 €

20.024.193,40 €

11.013.306.37 €

Austria

109.368.000,00 €

99.022.999,99 €

2017

2018

Total
in euro (maximum)

Also for infrastructure
in euro (maximum)

Total
in euro (maximum)

Also for infrastructure
in euro (maximum)

Burgenland

3.009.917.54 €

1.354.462,89 €

2.658.786.52 €

531.757,30

Carinthia

5.931.635.95 €

2.669.236.18 €

5.239.663.04 €

1,047,932,61

Lower Austria

17.048.859.83 €

7.671.986,92 €

15.059.973,58 €

3.011.994.72

Upper Austria

14.960.413,12 €

6.732.185.90 €

13.215.160.93 €

2,643,032,19

Salzburg

5.609.876.69 €

2.524.444.51 €

4.955.439,58 €

991.087,92

Steiermark

12.805.280.56 €

5.762.376.25 €

11.311.441.87 €

2.262.288.37

Tyrol

7.476.060.87 €

3.364.227,39 €

6.603.918.40 €

1.320.783.68

Vorarlberg

3.903.703,11 €

1.756.666.40 €

3.448.304.83 €

689.660.97

Vienna

17.932.252.33 €

8.069.513,55 €

15.840.311,26 €

3.168.062.25

Austria

88.678.000,00 €

78.333.000,01 €

(3) In the event of the use of the start-up financing provided for the years 2015 to 2018 in accordance with the above distribution key also for infrastructural measures, 55,000.00 euro shall not be deemed to be a one-off payment per group. shall be exceeded. The funds will be used exclusively to finance the setting up of new day-care or quality improvements in the infrastructure for existing school day-care facilities, with the establishment of new locations and/or new locations, respectively. new groups of school day care should be treated as a priority. The appropriations shall be used in particular for:

1.

The creation or Adaption of dining rooms and kitchens,

2.

The creation or Adaption of group rooms for adequate care,

3.

The creation or adaption of playgrounds and similar outdoor facilities,

4.

The purchase of equipment (items) for the above-mentioned adaptations or the

5.

Acquisition of movable fixed assets (eg crockery, cutlery, games).

Otherwise, this appropriation is to be used in the years 2015 to 2018 as a start-up financing of personnel costs in the leisure area of school day care in accordance with the above distribution key, with 9.000,00 Euro per group per year should not be exceeded.

(4) In 2016, 2017 and 2018, the infrastructure earmarked for infrastructure may be exceeded by up to 20% of the amount earmarked for infrastructure (flexibilisation clause). The total amount of the amount available in 2016, 2017 and 2018 will not be increased by this.

(5) If the Federal Republic of Germany does not fully exploit this agreement in one year from a country, these funds may be used by the Länder to the end of the 2018/2019 academic year at the latest, while retaining the purpose of the allocation of the intended purpose. in the next few years. Funds not consumed at the end of the term shall be repaid to the Federal Government.

Article 6

Reporting, controlling and evaluation

(1) The use of the funds shall be carried out in accordance with the principles of expediency, economy and economy. The countries shall reimburse until 31. October for the beginning of the school year, the report on the need pursuant to Art. 4 (3) (3) of the Agreement on the expansion of all-day school forms, BGBl. I No 115/2011. At the end of the calendar year, the Federal Government has to provide proof of the assigned use of the funds in the past school year in the form of a settlement. As proof of the promotion of the supply, the countries have the resources used (separately according to personnel costs and material costs, respectively). investment expenditure), the form of day care, the number of students in charge, the number of caring groups and the number of staff employed per individual school. In addition, it has to be seen from which schools there was a first-time offer of day care. On the form of day care, the number of students cared for, the number of caring groups and the number of staff in each school, as well as the schools at which a first-time offer of a school is available. Day care has come, is to report.

(2) In the context of the annual demand report (para. 1) is to be submitted to a standardized feedback form to be provided by the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture in the course of school supervision. In addition to the annual report on demand, the number of registrations of pupils for day care in the course of the supervision of the school is also available in case of non-attendance of a day care (which is also cross-school or cross-school). Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture to report. The demand report forms the basis for the funds to be retrieved.

(3) Countries undertake to provide proof of payment of the funds to the school holder and to use the funds in accordance with the quality criteria in accordance with the quality criteria laid down in Art. 4 Article 3 (3) (1) of the Memorandum of Understanding on the extension of all-day school forms, BGBl. I No 115/2011, and report to the Federal Government any infringements which have been found to be committed. Such infringements shall give rise to the obligation to repay the funds.

(4) The Federal Government reserves the right to carry out a case-by-case examination in schools and to reclaim the funds used in the event of any violations.

(5) In 2016, an interim evaluation and in 2019 an end evaluation shall be carried out by the federal government, building on the reports of the countries pursuant to Art. 3 (3) (6) of the Agreement on the expansion of all-day school forms, BGBl. I No 115/2011, which is a summary of the measure.

Article 7

entry into force

(1) If the conditions required under the Federal constitution for the entry into force of the Federal Government are fulfilled by the end of August 2013, this Agreement shall enter into force on 1 September 2013 between the Federal Government and those countries. which fulfil the conditions necessary for the entry into force in accordance with the respective country constitutions, and whose communications on the fulfilment of these conditions are available at the Federal Chancellery by the end of August 2013.

(2) If the agreement does not enter into force pursuant to paragraph 1 of 1 September 2013, it shall be replaced by that 1 September, until the entry into force of the agreement pursuant to paragraph 1 is fulfilled.

(3) The Federal Chancellery shall inform the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture and the Länder of the fulfilment of the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 or 2 or in accordance with Art. 8.

(4) The Contracting Parties shall have the prospect of negotiations on the continuation of day-to-day care in good time prior to the end of the agreement.

Article 8

Accession

This Agreement shall be open to accession to the countries which have not yet signed it on the expiry of the month of August 2013. It shall take effect on 1 September of that year, in which case the conditions laid down in Article 7 (1) are fulfilled by the end of August and the country concerned is notified to the Federal Chancellery of the country concerned.

Article 9

Duration

This agreement shall apply until the end of the school year 2018/19.

Article 10

Original

This Agreement shall be drawn up in a single original. The original text will be deposited with the Federal Chancellery. This has to be forwarded to the countries by certified copies of the agreement.

The agreement entered into force on 1 September 2013 between the Federal Government and the Länder of Burgenland, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol and Vorarlberg, pursuant to Article 7 (1) of the Agreement.

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