Law Amending The Law On Primary And Various Other Laws (Introduction Of A Longer And More Varied School Day)

Original Language Title: Lov om ændring af lov om folkeskolen og forskellige andre love(Indførelse af en længere og mere varieret skoledag)

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Appendix 1




The full text
Act to amend the law on primary and various other acts
(Introduction of a longer and more varied school day)
We, Margrethe II, by the Grace of God Queen of Denmark, hereby make known:
the Danish parliament has passed and we have given our Royal Assent to the following Act:
§ 1
the act of elementary school, see. Legislative Decree no. 521 of 27 May 2013 as amended by § 4 of the law no. 622 of 12 June 2013 is amended as follows:

1. In § 3, paragraph. 1, the following point 2 .:
'teaching in primary school consists of teaching in secondary school subjects, see. §§ 5, 9 and 11 compulsory subjects, see. § 7, as well as supporting education, see. § 16 a. "

2. In § 3, paragraph. 2, point 2., And § 51 paragraph. 5, 1st paragraph., The words' § 16 paragraph. 3, 1st clause. "To:" § 16 paragraph. 4. '

3. In § 3, paragraph. 3, the words', 14 and 16 and "for" and 14 § 14b. 1 and paragraph. 2, 1st clause., '.

4. In § 3, after paragraph. 3 as new paragraphs:
"PCS. 4. Schools are part of collaborations, including through partnerships with community culture, liberal adult education, sports and community life and the art and cultural schools, local school and club facilities and with the municipal or municipally music schools and youth schools that can contribute to the achievement of public school purposes and objectives for public school subjects and compulsory subjects. The local council establishes objectives and framework for schools cooperate and school board lays down principles for cooperation.

PCS. 5. As part of the in paragraph. 4 shall cooperate to the school principal decide that persons not employed by the municipal school system, to undertake limited teaching assignments in secondary school subjects and obligatory topics and supportive teaching. "
Subsection. 4-7 then becomes para. 6-9.

5. In § 3, paragraph. 5, which becomes para. 7, inserted as the second section .:
"The local authority may with the approval of the Minister of Education decide that school clubs at schools or departments of schools usually not more than 150 students can admit children from the age of 3 years."

6. In § 3 a, 1st clause., And § 51 paragraph. 5, 2nd paragraph., The words' § 5, paragraph. 6 'by' of § 5, paragraph. 5 '.

7. In § 5, paragraph. 2, no. 1, point b, the words' third-9. grade "to" 1-ninth grade".

8. In § 5, paragraph. 2, no. 1, shall be inserted after point d as new point:

'E) German or French on the 5th-9th grade, see. However paragraph. 3. Each school must offer German and can offer French. "
Point e becomes indent f.

9. In § 5, paragraph. 2, no. 2, point d, the words 'needlework, woodwork and home economics "to" Crafts and design and madkundskab'.

10 § 5, paragraph. 3, read:
"PCS. 3. The headteacher, in consultation with a student's parents and teachers and for possible involvement of Youth Guidance exempt student of German or French, see. § 5, paragraph. 2, no. 1, point e, from 7th grade if the student best. Pupils who are exempt from German or French, must have other relevant training in those hours. "

11 § 5, paragraph. 4, is repealed.
Subsection. 5-8 then becomes para. 4-7.

12. Four places in § 5, paragraph. 5, which becomes paragraph. 4, the words' paragraph. 2-4 "to" paragraph. 2 '.

13. In § 5, paragraph. 6, which becomes paragraph. 5, added as the third section .:
"The headmaster can for a student who receives additional training or other professional support after the 1st and 2nd clauses., After consultation with the student's parents depart from the teaching time in § 14b . 2, first sentence. If it is learner best. "

14. In § 5, paragraph. 7, 3rd clause. That becomes paragraph. 6, 3rd paragraph., The words' paragraph. 1-4 "to" paragraph. 1-3 ', and' § 16 paragraph. 1 'is replaced by' § 14b. 2, first sentence. "

15. In § 5, paragraph. 8, 1st clause. That becomes paragraph. 7, first paragraph., The words' paragraph. 7 ':' paragraph. 6 '.

16. § 9 paragraph. 1 and 2 are replaced by the following:
'In addition to the training, to be offered under §§ 5, 7 and 7a, may be offered to students in 7th-9th grade classes in the following subjects as electives:

1) German.

2) French.

3) Spanish.

4) Media.

5) Fine.

6) Photo Learning.

7) Movies knowledge.

8) Drama.

9) Music.

10) Crafts and design.

11) Madkundskab.

12) General immigrant languages.

13) Working Knowledge.

PCS. 2. Electives are offered as one-year course, except for craft and design and madkundskab offered as a 2-year course, and German and French are offered as 3-year project. The municipality may choose to offer the electives under the 1st clause. offered as 1- or 2-year course as a course of up to three years. "

17. § 9 paragraph. 5 and 6 are replaced by the following:

"PCS. 5. The subjects according to § 19d paragraph. 4, no. 5-12, offered students in the 10th grade, can also offered students in 7th-9th. class as an elective.

PCS. 6. The municipal council may approve that pupils are offered instruction in other subjects and topics not covered by paragraph. 1 and 5 above. "

18. § 9 paragraph. 7, first paragraph., Read:
"The pupils at the 7th to 9th grade must choose at least one elective. "

19. In § 9 the following paragraph. 8:

"PCS. 8. The Minister of Education shall lay down rules for municipal descriptions of the objectives and content of the courses offered by paragraph. 6. "

20. In § 10 paragraph. 1, point 1., The words' § 9 paragraph. 1, 2 and 5 ': "§ 9".

21. In § 10 paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., The words' paragraph. 2 '.

22. In § 12 paragraph. 1, point 1., The words' paragraph. 7 ':' paragraph. 3 '.

23. In § 12 paragraph. 4, the words' § 5, paragraph. 3 and 4 '.

24. In § 13 paragraph. 6, first paragraph., The words 'and in physical education an opinion'.

25. § 13 paragraph. 6, 4th paragraph., Is repealed.

26. § 13 paragraph. 9, is repealed, and instead added:
"PCS. 9. The head teacher draws up a certificate for each student who leaves school after the 7th, 8th or 9th grade. The certificate must include information about the education the student has participated in, and on the recent proficiency marks given. The certificate must also contain information about the evaluation of the tests, see. § 14 paragraph. 1-3.

PCS. 10. After the student's choice, the written opinion or the nature of the obligatory project assignment, see. Paragraph. 7, and any written opinion and grade for the assessment of the free self-chosen task, see. Paragraph. 8, applied in paragraph. 9 that proof. Written assessments in other subjects than the test subjects can be for student choice or enclosed certificate as part of this. The student may choose that information about subjects or courses carried out in the municipal youth, including written assessments or characters, or enclosed proof. "

27. In § 14 paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 3, point 1., Three places in § 14 paragraph. 4 in § 14 paragraph. 5 and § 19 f paragraph. 1, point 1. And paragraphs. 3, 2nd sentence., The words "final exams" to "9-class tests'.

28. § 14 paragraph. 1, no. 10, repealed, and instead added:

»10) Sports.

11) German or French, see. § 5, paragraph. 2, no. 1, point e. "

29. In § 14 paragraph. 2, point 2., The words' paragraph. 1, no. 2-10 "to" paragraph. 1, no. 2-11 '.

30. § 14 paragraph. 2, 3. section. Read:
'Faget sports extracted as part of the science block. "

31. In § 14 paragraph. 3, 1st and 2nd clauses., The words 'needlework, woodwork and home economics "to" craft and design and madkundskab'.

32. In § 14 paragraph. 4, 1st clause., And § 19 f paragraph. 3, point 1., The words' diploma ', the verb to ": evidence'.

33. § 14 shall be inserted:

"§ 14a. The school year begins on 1 August.

PCS. 2. The students' summer vacation begins the last Saturday in June. The summer vacation lasts until the municipal council determined first day of school after the school year begins.

§ 14 b. Teaching time is organized so that in a school year has a total duration of

1) at least 1,200 hours in nursery school and 1st-3rd grade,

2) at least 1320 hours on the 4th-6th grade and

3) 1400 hours on the 7th-9th grade.

PCS. 2. Teaching Future overall duration shall not exceed 1,400 hours in a school year. Teaching time may exceed 1,400 hours for pupils who choose more than one elective see. § 9 paragraph. 7.

PCS. 3. Teaching Hours in paragraph. 1 and 2 is measured in clock hours. Breaks included in the total teaching time.

PCS. 4. For certain schools may Minister of Education based on an educational reasoned application approve that training time exceeds 1,400 hours. "

34. § 15 shall read:

"§ 15. Teaching time must be organized so that students get exercise and movement in an average of 45 minutes a day.

PCS. 2. There shall be offering tutoring and academic immersion in teaching time.

PCS. 3. It is voluntary for students to participate in the offer of help with homework and academic immersion after paragraph. 2. The offer must be placed in the afternoon outside the hours and be a school year have a total duration of

1) 80 hours in nursery school and 1st-3rd grade,

2) 120 hours on the 4th-6th grade and

3) 80 hours on the 7th-9th grade.

PCS. 4. The municipal council shall without separate payment from parents offer students not participating in the offer of help with homework and academic immersion, see. Paragraph. 3, in school after school, see. § 3, paragraph. 5, or in another appropriate leisure activities in those hours. "


35. § 16 shall read:

"§ 16. Each school should at least carry a total annual teaching in the compulsory themes in the kindergarten class and a total annual teaching in the subjects at each grade level steps 1.-ninth (Minimumstimetal). The total annual minimumstimetal down in Act Annex 1

PCS. 2. Each school must at least carry a total annual teaching in each of the subjects of Danish and mathematics at each grade level steps 1.-ninth and in the course of history on each of the grade levels legs 3rd-9th (Minimumstimetal). The annual minimumstimetal these disciplines set out in the Act Annex 1

PCS. 3. Within the limits and principles laid down under § 40 paragraph. 2, no. 5 and § 44 paragraph. 2, no. 1, implements each school a number of annual teaching hours in each compulsory subject at each grade level steps 1.-9. and electives at each grade level steps 7 to 9., thereby the Act Appendix 1, see. paragraph. 1 and 2, fixed number of hours as a minimum be. There are statutory Annex 1 for annual recommended number of the subjects that are not in accordance with paragraph. 2 fixed annual minimumstimetal for.

PCS. 4. lesson figures are in clock hours. Breaks are not included in the paragraph. 1-3 mentioned hours. "

36. § 16 shall be inserted:

"§ 16a. The teaching in public school courses see. §§ 5, 9 and 11 compulsory subjects, see. § 7, complemented by supporting education. The supporting teaching to be used for courses, learning activities, etc. that are either directly related to primary and secondary school subjects and compulsory subjects or aiming to strengthen student learning readiness, social skills, comprehensive development, motivation and job satisfaction.

PCS. 2. The headteacher must ensure coherence between the teaching of the subjects, the compulsory subjects and the supporting teaching.

§ 16 b. The local authority may, as regards the supporting teaching, after consulting the school board and on application by the school principal approval to waive the rules for a minimum duration of instruction time in § 14b. 1, no. 1, and in exceptional cases § 14b. 1 pt. 2 and 3, for up to one school year in order to further professional support and educational differentiation for certain classes using extra staff in the class.

PCS. 2. Waived provisions of § 14b. 1, for a minimum duration of instruction time, the local council will offer pupils in school after school, see. § 3, paragraph. 5, or in another appropriate leisure activities in the hours that the derogation concerns without separate payment from parents.

§ 16 c. Parts of the teaching can be organized and planned as field trips without overnight or as camps with overnight.

PCS. 2. School trips with overnight stays can be used as an alternative to mainstream education. "

37. In § 18 paragraph. 2, the words' class teacher and the class other teachers' by 'of the teaching staff associated with the class. "

38. In § 18 paragraph. 4, 1st clause., The words' teacher and student continuously "to" teachers and educators see. § 29a, in parallel with each student. "

39. In § 18 paragraph. 4, 3rd paragraph., The words "teachers and students" to "teachers respectively educators see. § 29 a, and students'.

40. § 18 paragraph. 5, read:
"PCS. 5. The teaching staff associated with the class, works with students on solving specific tasks in relation to the class. The task as teacher be carried out by one of the class teachers or delegated to several of their teachers or educators. "

41. In § 19 paragraph. 1, point 2., And § 50 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, the words' § 3, paragraph. 4 "to" § 3, paragraph. 6 '.

42. In § 19 b paragraph. 1, 3rd clause., § 19 e, paragraph. 1, point 1., And § 19h, paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., The words "10-class-course" to "10-class course."

43. In § 19 b paragraph. 3 and § 50 paragraph. 9, the words' § 16 paragraph. 5 and 6, "to:" § 16 c '.

44. § 19d paragraph. 3, point 1., The words' subject as tilbudsfag in 7 to 9. class set. § 5, paragraph. 3 and 4 'to, "German or French in 5th-9th class in accordance with § 5, paragraph. 2, no. 1, point e '.

45. § 19d paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence. Changes' 8. and 9th grade "to" 7th-9th class".

46. ​​In § 19 e, paragraph. 1, point 2., The words "10-class subjects" to "10-klassefag '.

47. In § 19 f paragraph. 1, 3 and 4, the words "10-grade samples' by 'of 10th-grade tests'.

48. § 19h, paragraph. 4 replaced by the following:

"PCS. 4. § 13 paragraph. 9 and 10, apply by analogy to students in the 10th grade. Evaluation in connection with the 10th-grade samples and the last statement in physical education must bear proof. Furthermore, conducted bridging and internship specifying the content and duration of the courses contained in the evidence. "

49. In § 19 paragraph. 1, point 1., The words' § 3, paragraph. 2-4, 6 and 7 ': "§ 3, paragraph. 2-6, 8 and 9 '.

50. In § 19 paragraph. 2, first sentence. The words' § 5, paragraph. 1, 6, 7 and 8 ':' § 5, paragraph. 1 and 5-7 '.

51. In § 19 paragraph. 2, point 2., The words' § 5, paragraph. 7 ': "§ 5, paragraph. 6 '.

52. In § 19 paragraph. 4, the words "§§ 15 and 19 'by' of §§ 14a and 19 '.

53. In § 22 paragraph. 7, replace 'Education under §§ 9 and 19 b and 19 e' to 'Education for students in 7th-10th grade according to § 5, paragraph. 2, no. 1, point e, § 9 and §§ 19 b to 19 e '.

54. In § 22 paragraph. 8, the words "10-class education" to "10-classroom '.

55. In § 24 paragraph. 3, point 1., The words 'setting' to: 'consulting'.

56. § 24 paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence. Replaced by the following:
"By small schools means schools as mentioned in § 55, stk. 1, 2nd sentence. "

57. § 24 paragraph. 3, 3rd clause. Repealed.

58. § 24a repealed, and instead added:

"§ 24a. After obtaining the opinion of the school board and the parents' committee in a municipal day care or after-school centers established under the day-care law may city council for small schools and small branches of a school, see. § 55, stk. 1, point 2., Decide that a school with any after school and a day care or recreation center to have joint leadership and joint board.

PCS. 2. The local council shall, as part of the decision under subsection. 1 and after consulting the school board and the parents' committee decision on the composition of the joint board. § 42 paragraph. 1 shall not apply. In the joint board must be representatives of:

1) Parents of children in elementary school.

2) Parents of children in day care or after-school center.

3) Employees at school.

4) Employees at day care or after-school center.

5) Students elected by and among public school students.

PCS. 3. Rules laid down pursuant to § 43 paragraph. 1 and 3, on the election of representatives to the school board shall apply to the election of representatives of elementary school to the joint board. The municipal council shall lay down rules for the election of parent and staff representatives for daycare for the joint board.

PCS. 4. The joint board shall perform the duties under this Act and day-care law is delegated to the school board and the parents' committee. Decisions only affects the day-care or leisure home business, taken by the members of the joint board, there are representatives of daycare or after-school center. Parents Representatives of day care or center should constitute a majority of such decisions. Decisions only affects the school's activities, taken by the members of the joint board, there are representatives of the school. Parents Representatives of the school shall constitute the majority of such decisions.

§ 24 b. After consulting the school board and the youth school board local council may decide that a primary school and a school for young people to have joint leadership and joint board.

PCS. 2. The local council shall, as part of the decision under subsection. 1 after consulting the school board and the youth school board deciding the composition of the joint board. § 42 paragraph. 1 shall not apply. In the joint board must be at least the representatives of:

1) Parents of children in elementary school.

2) Employees at school.

3) Employees at youth school.

4) Students at the school elected by and among public school students.

5) Students in the youth school elected by and among youth school students.

6) Representatives of organizations with special interest in youth school work, including the social partners.

PCS. 3. Rules laid down pursuant to § 43 paragraph. 1 and 3, on the election of representatives to the school board shall apply to the election of representatives of elementary school to the joint board. Rules laid down under § 7 paragraph. 5 of the Act on schools, on the election of representatives to the Youth School Board shall apply to the election of representatives of the youth school to the joint board.


PCS. 4. The joint board shall perform the duties under this Act and the Act on schools, assigned to the school board and the youth school board. Decisions only on its youth activities of the school, taken by the members of the joint board, there are representatives of the youth school. Decisions alone has an impact on public activities of the school, taken by the members of the joint board, there are representatives of the public schools. "

59. In § 25 paragraph. 1, point 2., After "small schools": "and small departments of schools, see. § 55, stk. 1, 2nd clause., '.

60. In § 25 paragraph. 2, first sentence. The words' paragraph. 7 ':' paragraph. 3 ', and the third section. repealed.

61. § 25 paragraph. 3-7, repealed, and instead added:

"PCS. 3. The local authority may, notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph. 2 of educational reasons, decide that education from kindergarten through third grade organized into classes that include pupils from different school age (age integrated classes). It is a condition that has been decided that the teaching of such classes provided by personnel referred to in § 29 a. Resolution under the 1st clause. taken after consultation of the school boards of the schools concerned.

PCS. 4. The municipal council may decide to create special elite classes at the 7th to 10th grade. Admission of students in these classes Notwithstanding paragraph. 2 and § 36 paragraph. 3, be based on an assessment of students' sporting level. "

62. § 25 shall be inserted:

"§ 25a. The training can be organized in groups within the individual class and across classes and grades.

PCS. 2. Hold formation in connection with primary and secondary school subjects, see. §§ 5, 9 and 11 compulsory subjects, see. § 7, may be practical and pedagogical reasons. Continuous assessment of students' learning outcomes and different needs, in accordance. § 13 paragraph. 2 and § 18 paragraph. 4, can be included as part of the basis for pedagogical reasons the team formation.

PCS. 3. In the pre-school class and the 1st and 6th grade can hold formation in connection with primary and secondary school subjects and compulsory subjects that are made on the basis of continuous assessment of students, the earliest take place after school year and cover only parts of the individual subject areas of material and only occur for short courses.

PCS. 4. On the 7th-10th grade can team formation in connection with primary and secondary school subjects and compulsory subjects that are made on the basis of continuous assessment, not be determined in advance for an entire school year.

PCS. 5. Students must pre-school class and the 1st to 3rd class taught in their class in the majority of teaching time in primary school subjects and compulsory subjects. Students on the 4th-10th grade should significantly taught subjects and topics based on class. 1st and 2nd clauses. does not include the team formation for practical reasons. "

63. In § 26 paragraph. 6, first paragraph., The words' § 5, paragraph. 7 and 8 ':' § 5, paragraph. 6 and 7 '.

64. In § 26 paragraph. 6, 2nd and 3rd clauses., And § 36 paragraph. 2, point 2., The words' § 5, paragraph. 8 ':' § 5, paragraph. 7 '.

65. § 28 para. 1, point 1. Is replaced by:
'In order to carry out primary and secondary school 1.-10. class, the instructor should have completed training as a school teacher or other teacher training approved by the Minister of Education in this regard, see. However paragraph. 2, § 29a and § 30. '

66. § 28 para. 3, repealed.

67. § 29 paragraph. 1, point 1. Is replaced by:
"To handle teaching kindergarten class the instructor should have completed training as a teacher or an equivalent education that is approved by the Minister of Education for this purpose, see. However, §§ 29 a and 30. '

68. § 29 paragraph. 2, is repealed.

69. § 29 shall be inserted:

"§ 29 a. Personnel with the teacher or educator training, see. §§ 28 and 29, to carry out teaching in the preschool class and the 1st to 3rd. grade. It is a condition that the teacher on the 1st-3rd class handles limited teaching duties within its competences and qualifications in general. Similarly, it is a condition that the teacher in the kindergarten class handles limited teaching duties within its competences and qualifications in general. "

70. § 30 shall read:

"§ 30. Staff with pædagoguddannelse, see. § 29, and other staff with relevant qualifications to perform supporting teaching assignments."

71. In § 33 the following paragraph. 8 and 9:


"PCS. 8. At the request of the parents, see. § 54, the school head may permit a pupil at 7 to 9. grade part with his teaching duties by participating in teaching subjects in the public school secondary education in the municipal youth.

PCS. 9. At the request of the parents, see. § 54, the school head may allow a student to a limited extent fulfills its compulsory education by attending classes in a municipal or state-supported music school or elite exercise in a sports club. "

72. In § 34 paragraph. 1, point 2., The words' § 33 paragraph. 2-7 "to" § 33 paragraph. 2-9 '.

73. In § 34 paragraph. 3, first paragraph., And § 40 paragraph. 5, 1st paragraph., The words' § 25 paragraph. 7 ': "§ 25 paragraph. 3 '.

74. In § 36 paragraph. 7, first paragraph., § 40 paragraph. 4, 1st clause., § 50 paragraph. 2, first sentence., And § 50 paragraph. 3, the words' § 3, paragraph. 5 ': "§ 3, paragraph. 7 '.

75. In § 40 paragraph. 2, no. 2, point 1., The words' § 3, paragraph. 4 "to" § 3, paragraph. 6 ', and' § 3, paragraph. 5 'is replaced by' § 3, paragraph. 7 '.

76. In § 40 paragraph. 2, no. 5, § 40 paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., And § 44 paragraph. 2, no. 1, the words' § 5, paragraph. 5 ': "§ 5, paragraph. 4 '.

77. In § 40 paragraph. 2, no. 6, the words' § 3, paragraph. 6 and 7 ': "§ 3, paragraph. 4, 8 and 9 '.

78. In § 40 paragraph. 6, replace 'leaders and teachers "to" leaders, teachers and educators, see. § 29 a,'.

79. In § 40 the following stk.7:

"PCS. 7. The local authority must ensure that teachers in municipal schools have teaching qualifications of teacher education or equivalent professional competence in the subjects they teach (competence coverage). The local authority may in exceptional cases with the approval of the Minister of Education to waive the requirement of teaching competence in the first section. "

80. In § 41 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, the words' § 42 paragraph. 3 ':' § 42 paragraph. 4 '.

81. § 42 paragraph. 1, repealed, and instead added:
"At every school set up a school. The municipal council decides on the school board composition after consulting the school board. The school board shall consist of the following:

1) A majority of parent representatives elected by and among persons who have custody of children enrolled in school. Including the following:

a) If the school has been teaching in several departments, must be selected at least one parent representative for each department.

b) If more schools have shared leadership and shared board referred. § 24 paragraph. 3, must be selected at least one parent representative from each of the participating schools.

c) If the school has special classes at least three grade levels, parents must representation for special classes constitute not less than 1

2) At least 2 representatives of the teaching staff and other staff elected by and among the employees of the school.

3) At least 2 pupil representatives elected by and among students at the school, see. However paragraph. 3. Including the following:

a) If the school has been teaching in several departments, must be selected at least one student representative from each department.

b) If more schools have shared leadership and shared board referred. § 24 paragraph. 3, must be selected at least one student representative from each of the participating schools.

PCS. 2. The local council may decide that until two seats on the school board should be allotted to representatives of the local business community, local secondary schools or local associations. "
Subsection. 2-11 then becomes para. 3-12.

82. In § 42 paragraph. 4, which becomes paragraph. 5, after "paragraph. 1 ':' and 2 '.

83. § 42 paragraph. 6, which becomes paragraph. 7, is amended as follows:

"PCS. 7. The headmaster and his deputy responsible for the Board's secretary functions and attend school board meetings without voting rights. The local council may decide that the general managers of departments at the school and the school's afterschool can attend school board meetings without voting rights. The local council may decide that any manager of a day care or after-school center and a school for young people who have common management with a primary school, see. §§ 24 a and 24 b, can attend school board meetings without voting rights. "

84. In § 42 paragraph. 8, 1st clause. That becomes paragraph. 9, first paragraph., The words' paragraph. 9 "," paragraph. 10 and 13 'and' paragraph. 11 'replaced by' paragraph. 12 '.

85. In § 42 paragraph. 9, there will be paragraph. 10, the words' paragraph. 8, 1st clause. "To" paragraph. 9, 1st sentence. "

86. § 42 paragraph. 11, which becomes paragraph. 12, repealed, and instead added:

"PCS. 12. The local authority may in special cases deviate from the provision in paragraph. 1 in municipal special schools, including municipal day schools etc. The local council may decide that the election period is 2 years for parent representatives at schools and departments of schools, which alone has the 7th grade and higher grade. Notwithstanding paragraph. 9, first paragraph., The municipal council approve the staggered election. The local authority may waive the provisions of paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 9, first paragraph., At schools, established according to § 24 paragraph. 2.

PCS. 13. If the local council in the election period shall decide on the establishment of a joint board between several schools, see. § 24 paragraph. 3, between a school and a day care or recreation center, see. § 24a, or between a primary school and a school for young people, see. § 24 b, leaving the elected school board members at the time when the newly elected joint board under the local council's decision must join the rest of the outgoing Board term. "

87. § 43 paragraph. 1 and 2, is repealed, and instead added:
"The municipal council shall, after approval of the affected school boards rules on the election of parent representatives to the school board.

PCS. 2. A parent representative loses his eligibility when the child is enrolled in one of the schools listed in § 33 paragraph. 2.

PCS. 3. The Minister of Education shall lay down rules on the choice of schools set up during the election period, staggered elections, electoral rights and the possibility for exemption from election and from membership as such, including cases in which persons other than the custodial parents may be eligible for election and voters. "
Subsection. 3 becomes paragraph. 4.

88. In § 44 paragraph. 2, no. 1, after "school day length," "supporting teaching, grading, cooperate in accordance with § 3, paragraph. 4, 1st clause., '.

89. In § 44 paragraph. 2, inserted after no. 1 as the new number:

'2) access to meet the education requirement by attending classes in the municipal music school or elite exercise in a sports club, see. § 33 paragraph. 9 '
No. 2-6 is then no. 3-7.

90. In § 44 paragraph. 2, no. 2, no. 3, after "home": "and whether the school and the parents 'responsibility in cooperation'.

91. In § 44 paragraph. 5 and § 50 paragraph. 1 pt. 2, the words' § 3, paragraph. 6 'by' of § 3, paragraph. 8 '.

92. In § 44 paragraph. 6 and § 50 paragraph. 1, no. 3, the words' § 3, paragraph. 7 ': "§ 3, paragraph. 9 '.

93. In § 44 paragraph. 7, the words 'leaders and teachers "to" leaders, teachers and educators, see. § 29 a'.

94. In § 44 paragraph. 8, 2nd paragraph., The words 'setting' to: 'an opinion'.

95. In § 45 paragraph. 1, point 1., After "§ 24 paragraph. 3 ':' § 24 a paragraph. 1 and § 24 b paragraph. 1 '.

96. In § 45 paragraph. 5, 2nd paragraph., The words' § 46 paragraph. 2 ':' § 46 paragraph. 1 '.

97. § 46 paragraph. 1, repealed.
Subsection. 2 becomes paragraph. 1.

98. In § 46, after paragraph. 2, which becomes paragraph. 1, new subsection:
"PCS. 2. In schools with branch structure has students at each department whose 5th or higher grades, the right to form a student council department. "

99. In § 50 paragraph. 5, the words' § 16 paragraph. 5, without. Prejudice to paragraph. 8 ':' § 16 c paragraph. 1, see. However paragraph. 7 '.

100. In § 50 paragraph. 6, the words' § 16 paragraph. 6 'by' of § 16 c paragraph. 2 '.

101. In § 50 paragraph. 8, 1st clause., The words' paragraph. 6-8 "to" paragraph. 5-7 '.

102. In § 55 paragraph. 1, the words' referred. However paragraph. 2 '.

103. In § 55 paragraph. 1, the following point 2 .:
"By small schools and small departments of schools means a school and offices of a school in rural areas or schools and departments generally do not exceed 300 students."

104. § 55, stk. 2, is repealed.
Subsection. 3 and 4 become paragraphs. 2 and 3.

105. In the title of Chapter 11, after 'school': 'and day care'.

106. § 57 shall read:

"§ 57. The Council for Children's Learning has the task to follow, assess and advise the Minister of Education and Social, children's and Minister of Integration on the professional level, the educational development and students' learning outcomes in primary school and after school and on the educational work with the support all children's well-being, development and learning in day care. The Council shall also assess schools and daycare ability to help to combat the negative social heritage, to increase the integration of children with different ethnic background than Danish and to include children whose development requires special consideration or support.

PCS. 2. The Minister of Education and Social, children and Integration Affairs may submit questions about school, after school and day care for the council. "


107. In § 57 a paragraph. 1 and § 57 c words 'Council for the Evaluation and Quality' by 'of the Council for Children's Learning'.

108. In § 57 a paragraph. 2, first sentence. The words '3-5' by 'of 5-7 persons' and after 'school' added: 'and day care'.

109. In § 57 a paragraph. 2 inserted after the second sentence .:
"The members should have a special insight into matters concerning day care, appointed after consultation with the social, children's and Integration Minister '

110. § 57a paragraph. 3, read:

"PCS. 3. The Council's other 18 members are appointed by the Minister of Education on the recommendation of each of the following organizations and so that each organization is represented by one member:

1) KL.

2) School and Parents.

3) Danish School students.

4) The Danish Union of Teachers.

5) Head of the Association.

6) Danish Youth school students Network.

7) Uddannelsesforbundet.

8) The National Association of Youth Leaders.

9) Parents' Association.

10) child care Lands-Organisation.

11) Children and Youth Landsforbund.

12) Trade and Labour.

13) The leaders of the Child and Youth Landsforbund.

14) Child and culture in Grimstad Association.

15) The Danish University Colleges.

16) Danish Youth Council.

17) Sport Confederation.

18) The Danish Disability Organisations. "

111. In § 57 a paragraph. 4, 2nd sentence. The words' paragraph. 3, no. 4 "to" paragraph. 3, Nos. 3 and 6 '.

112. § 57b paragraph. 1, point 1., After "the Council": "for Children's Learning '.

113. § 57b paragraph. 2, first sentence. And paragraphs. 3, point 1., The words 'children and the Minister of Education "to" the Minister of Education and Social, children and Integration Minister'.

114. § 57b paragraph. 2, first sentence., After "schools": "and day care '.

115. Annex 1 the Annex 1 to this Act.
§ 2
The act of youth schools, see. Legislative Decree no. 997 of 8 October 2004, as amended by § 3 of Law no. 577 of 9 June 2006, § 8 of Act no. 208 of 31 . March 2008, § 3 of law no. 479 of 23 May 2011 and § 5 of the law no. 565 of 18 June 2012 is amended as follows:

1. In § 2, after paragraph. 2 new subsection:

"PCS. 3. The youth are part of collaborations, including through partnerships with local schools that can contribute to the achievement of both youth school as public school purposes and graduation targets for subjects and compulsory subjects. Objectives and framework for such cooperation shall be included in the municipal plan for municipal youth school activities, see. § 4. '
Subsection. 3 becomes paragraph. 4.

2. § 3, paragraph. 2, no. 4, read:

'4) Danish Education for newly arrived foreigners aged between 18 and 25 years, cf. § 10 paragraph. 1 pt. 2 of the Act on Danish courses for adult aliens and others'

3. In § 3, paragraph. 2, the following point. 5:

»5) Education in secondary school subjects and compulsory subjects and electives at the 7th to 10th grade, see. Primary Education Act § 22 paragraph. 7 and § 33 paragraph. 8. «

4. After § 4 added:

"§ 4 a. If the local authority decides that a primary school and a school for young people have shared leadership and shared board referred. School § 24 b, performed the duties assigned by this law with the youth headmaster of the common leader. The tasks assigned to youth school board handled by the joint board. "

5. In § 5, paragraph. 2, the words' meaning. §§ 2, 3 and 7 '' See. §§ 2, 3, 7 and 8 '.

6. In § 7, paragraph. 1, point 1., The words '7-11 members "to" 7 or more members referred. However, § 4 a'.

7. In § 7, paragraph. 1, 3rd clause., After "The youth school board must ':' as a minimum 'and no. 1 is repealed.
No. 2-4 is then no. 1-3.

8. In § 7, paragraph. 2, first sentence. The words' § 8 paragraph. 5 ': "§ 8 paragraph. 4 'and the second section. repealed.

9. In § 7, paragraph. 5, after "about its reduction and function": "and the term etc."

10. In § 10 paragraph. 1, after "ungdomsskoleinspektør ':', see. However, § 4 a '.
§ 3
The act of music, see. Legislative Decree no. 184 of January 3, 2008, as amended by § 21 of Law no. 1531 of 21 December 2010 and § 15 of the Law no. 458 of 8 . in May 2013, is amended as follows:

1. § 3 b replaced by the following:

"§ 3 b. The local council is required to operate a music school either as a municipal institution or private institution with municipal subsidies.


PCS. 2. The Minister for Culture may depart from the provisions of paragraph. 1 if the local council sign an agreement on an educational facility for local citizens with a neighboring municipality. A derogation from paragraph. 1 will be based on a specific assessment, and should be contingent on the municipality's population basis.

PCS. 3. Municipal or municipally music schools should engage in collaborations, including partnerships with local schools that can help meet both the music school as public school purposes and graduation targets for subjects and compulsory subjects including the subject music.

PCS. 4. The Minister for Culture in the conclusion of cultural agreements with municipalities, etc. deviate from the provision in paragraph. 1 so that several municipalities together can run a music school. "
§ 4
In daycare Act, see. Act no. 1240 of 29 October 2013 is amended as follows:

1. In § 4, paragraph. 1, the following point 2 .:
'local council's responsibility to provide the necessary number of places in school and club facilities deemed to be met when the seats are made available in the period when municipal elementary school students in need . "
§ 5
the Act on private Independent schools, see. Legislative Decree no. 166 of 25 February 2013 as amended by § 6 of the law no. 274 of 19 March 2013 is amended as follows :

1. In § 1. 3, 5. section., The words "10-grade samples' by 'of 10th-grade tests'.

2. In the title of Chapter 2 a modified "final exams" to "9-class tests'.

3. In § 8 a paragraph. 1, point 1., § 8 a paragraph. 2, first sentence., § 8 a paragraph. 7, first paragraph., And § 8 c words "final exams" to "9-class tests'.

4. In § 8 a paragraph. 5 and 6, the words "final examination" to "9-class test '.

5. In § 8 a paragraph. 7, 2nd paragraph., The words 'departure samples "to" 9-class tests'.
§ 6
The act of folk high schools, continuation schools, home schools and trade schools (private boarding schools), see. Legislative Decree no. 689 of 22 June 2011, as amended by § 2 of the Law no. 271 of March 27, 2012 , § 3 of law no. 379 of 28 april 2012, § 2 of the law no. 1350 of 21 december 2012 and § 8 of Act no. 274 of 19 March 2013 is amended as follows:

1. In the title of Chapter 1 of a modified "final exams" to "9-class tests'.

2. In § 5 a paragraph. 1, 5 and 7 and in § 5 c words "final exams" to "9-class tests'.

3. In § 5 a paragraph. 3, 1st clause. And paragraphs. 4, the words "final examination" to "9-class test '.

4. In § 5 a paragraph. 5, the words "leaving examination" to "9-class tests'.
§ 7
The act of the Danish Evaluation Institute, see. Act no. 1073 of 15 September 2010, as amended by § 3 of Law no. 1235 of 18 December 2012 is amended as follows:

1. § 2. 2, first sentence., § 5, paragraph. 2, no. 1 and § 8 paragraph. 1, Item 4., The words 'Council for the Evaluation and Quality of Primary school' by 'of the Council for Children's Learning'.
§ 8

PCS. 1. This Act comes into force on 1 January 2014, in accordance. However paragraph. 2.

PCS. 2. Act § 1, no. 1-32, they know § 1, no. 33, formulated provisions of § 14a and § 14b. 1-3, § 1, no. 34-54, 60-80, 82, 83, 88-102, 104 and 115, § 2, no. 1 and 3, §§ 3-6 shall enter into force on 1. August 2014

PCS. 3. For pupils in the school year 2014/15 begins in the 7th, 8th or 9th grade, will force hitherto recommended number of offers courses German or French continue to apply. The same applies to students beginning in 8th grade, relative to geography, and for students beginning in grade 9, compared to the electives woodwork, needlework and home economics.

PCS. 4. § 1, no. 9, will, as far as craft and design, the school year 2016/17. Schools may offer the course from academic year 2014/15.

PCS. 5. For schools for which before 1 August 2014, filed an application for approval under the Primary Education Act § 14b. 4, as amended in § 1, no. 33, the requirement in primary Act § 15 paragraph. 3, as amended in § 1, no. 34, on the organization of homework and academic immersion not apply.

PCS. 6. For schools on the date of the Act has placed homework and academic immersion of the school day beginning this requirement in primary Act § 15 paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence., As amended by this Act § 1, no. 34, regarding the placement of homework in the afternoon not apply.


PCS. 7. Pre-school teachers and childcare teachers trained by previous legislation on the matter, as before, in accordance with the Primary Education Act § 28 para. 3 and § 29 paragraph. 1, conducts teaching in nursery school and 1st-4th grade levels and in sports, crafts and design and madkundskab at the other form. In the 1st clause. said people can also handle tasks in the supporting teaching, see. Primary Education Act § 30 as worded by § 1, no. 70.

PCS. 8. § 1, no. 79, on jurisdiction coverage to be reached from the school year 2020/21. Municipalities must ensure that competence coverage continuously increased with competence coverage is at least 85 per cent. in 2016 and at least 90 per cent. in 2018.

Given at Marselisborg Castle, 26 December 2013
Under Our Royal Hand and Seal Margrethe R.

/ Christine Antorini



Appendix 1

'Annex 1








Hours (minimumstimetal and recommended number) of subjects




grade


Bh.


1.


2.


3.


4.


5.


6


7.


8.


9.


Hours total




A. Humanities















Danish


(Minimumstimetal)





330




300




270




210




210




210




210




210




210




2,160




English
(Recommended number)



30


30


60


60


90



90


90


90


90


630



German or French
(Recommended number)







30


60


90


90


90


360




History


(Minimumstimetal)







30




60




60




60




60




60




30




360




Scripture
(Recommended number)



60


30


30


30


30


60



30


30


300



Social
(Recommended number)










60


60


120




B. Science















mathematics


(Minimumstimetal)






150




150




150




150




150




150




150




150




150




1,350




Science / technology
(Recommended number)



30


60


60


90


60


60





360



Geography
(Recommended number)









60


30


30


120



biology
(Recommended number)









60


60


30


150



Physics / Chemistry
(Recommended number)









60


60


90


210




C. Practical / arts














sports
(Recommended number)



60



60


60


90


90


90


60


60


60


630



music
(Recommended number)



60


60


60


60


60


30





330



Fine
(Recommended number)



30


60


60


60


30






240



Crafts and design and madkundskab
(Recommended number)






90


120


120


60




390




D. Elective
(Recommended number)









60


60


60


180




E.
Annual minimumstimetal per. grade




600




750




750




780




900




930




930





960




960




930




7.890 excl. bra. /8.490




Note: Time figures specified in clock hours and without breaks.
Note: Bh .: Kindergarten.





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