Regulation Of School Cooperatives

Original Language Title: Reglamento de Cooperativas Escolares

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Mexico, D. F., at 5 April -The Direc tor General of Legal Affairs, Hugo Cruz Valdés. -Heading.

23 April (R. -1111)


EDUCATION SECRETARY PUBLIC


Regulations of School Cooperatives.

On the sidelines a seal with the Escudo Nacional, which says: United Mexican States. -Presi dencia de la República.

JOSE LOPEZ PORTILLO, President Concons of the United Mexican States, in-exercise of the power conferred on me by articu 89, fraction I of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States and based on articles 5o., fraction XV, 20, 44, 45, fraccio-nes II and VI of the Federal Law of Education and H of the Law General of Cooperative Societies, I have had to issue the following

SCHOOL COOPERATIVE REGULATION

CHAPTER 1

General Provisions

Article 1o. -present Regulation gives the organization and operation of the equipment that is constituted in the schools that make up the national education system.

Article 2o. -Cooperatives Schools will be made up of teachers and students. Employees may be a part of them.

If the team has more of a shift, or in the same building, works more than one of which, so many co-cooperatives, shifts or schools may be established, with the exception provided for in Article 16.

Artiuculo 3o. -The organization, record, fo

me to, surveillance and control of cooperatives


school children and: will be in charge  of the Secretariat of

Public Education.

Article 4o. -In compliance (a) of the conditions conferred on it by Article 3., the 'Public Education Secret', shall designate the administrative units to be carried out by it-

1technical and peddlogic of cooperation

school going.

Article 5o. -Will be considered as the registered office of the cooperative of the school in which it was established.

Article 6o. -In schools In the case of the Federal Government of the European Communities, the Federal Government of the Member States of the European Communities shall, in accordance with Article 4 (1) of the Treaty, be entitled to take the necessary measures. 13 of this regulation through the School cooperatives that are established in accordance with the same.

Article 7o. -With the object to exchange experiences of an educational nature, with respect to the achievements made by the cooperative associations, these will be able to coordinate to hold events in common, which will be governed by the provisions that the authorities issue competent.

Article 8o. -Cases of doubt on the subject matter of the provisions contained in this regulation will be resolved by the Secretariat of Public Education.

CHAPTER II

End of School Cooperatives

Article 9o. -Las School cooperatives will have an eminently educational purpose.


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Article 10. -For the achievement of their purpose, school cooperatives shall:

l. -Own the Psychological development of education, promoting the development of solidarity activities, mutual assistance, cooperation and responsibility for individual and collective benefit tasks;

II.-Facilitating assimilation theoretical and practical expression of basic principles of social coexistence, equality, democracy, the community of effort and the spirit of initiative;

III. -Developing habits of cooperation, foresight, order and discipline;

IV. -Coordinate-your activities with those with dyed, plans and school programs of each branch of the teaching, contributing to the adqui

;integrated knowledge-building;

V. -Favor the self-learning process

functional je of the educating;

VI. -Own the application In the case of the educational process, there are active methods of learning and others. and

VIL-Link to educating with the reality of its environment, through productive activities.

Article 11. -In addition to Former posts, school cooperatives will seek an economic benefit for the community of the community, by:

l. -price reduction for the sale of the items they expend, in such a way that it is infaith that it deprives the market;

II.-The decrease in production costs

tion, and

III. -contribuciop In order to improve the development of the teaching activities of the staff, the economic development of the facilities, the equipment and the development of the equipment.

CHAPTER III

Types of Cooperatives

Article 12. -Cooperatives po-dran be of two types:

a) School of consumption cooperatives; and b) School of production cooperatives.


tion and sale of teaching materials, useful is colars, clothing and food that the partners require during their stay at school.

Article 14. -Son  (a) production school cooperatives which administer and exploit goods, facilities, workshops, tools or other elements in order to produce products and, where appropriate, provide services that benefit the school community.

Article 15. -When in a the same school building works more than one cooperative for the number of shifts or existing schools, the competent educational authorities resolve the issues that arise in connection with the use, possession, exploitation and use of the to the goods to be used in common.

Article 16. -In the case of the Article 6 (1) of Directive No

of the European Community and of the European Union of the European Union and of the European Union

CHAPTER IV

Constitution and Registration

Article 17. -constitution of a school-based school of work shall be recorded in the model of the act and the constituent bases which the educational authorities shall draw up to the effect, providing the following information:

l. -Name of the cooperative;

11. -Cooperative Type  of consumption or production;

111. -Name, key, and location of the cue-the;

! V. -Object and purpose of the cooperative; V. -Limited liability regime of

the cooperative, including the  acronym

"CEL", equivalent to School Cooperative Li

mytada;

VI.-Admission requirements and exclusion of partners;

VIL-Form of constituting the social capital, pointing to the origin and amount of contributions;

VIII. -Percentage of the returns which will form social, reserve and repairable funds;


School of production cooperatives may have a section of consumption.

Article 13.-It is school consumption cooperatives that are organized for the adquisi


IX. -DUI ' social exercise, which may be at least one calendar year and a calendar year at the latest;

X. -Faculties and operation of the or-

governance and control bodies, and



XI. -Conditions for modifying the constitutive bases and for dissolving and settling the coope-rativa.                                                     '

annexed to the minutes, and as part of the same, it will be the list of founding members, expressing the number and value of the contribution certificates signed by each one.             '

Article 18.-In the session, the constituent bases are set The members of the Board of Directors, the Audit Committee and the committees shall be appointed by the Committee of Directors, the Audit Committee and the committees. The result of the election shall be recorded in the same minutes as the approved constituent bases.

Article 19. -IS Council The administration of each school cooperative shall send the following ten days to the date of its consent to the Secretariat of Public Education if it guides documentation:

l. -Minutes containing the bases constitutive and the integration of the Board of Directors, Supervisory Committee and commissions that have been formed;

H. -List -append of the founding partners, with the constancy of their contributions, and

! H. -Book of minutes and accounts for authorization.

The dependency will review the previous documents are formulated in accordance with this Regulation, in order to give the appropriate registration number to the co-ope. It will also record the names of the Board of Directors and the Cp

ite of Surveillance.

The names of the Members of the Board of Directors and the Supervisory Committee shall be registered each year when such bodies are renewed, as well as replacements.

The books of minutes and of The accounts of the cooperative shall be authorized upon the establishment of the cooperative and shall not require any endorsement. When it is necessary to request authorization of a new book, it is essential to pre-sit the previous one.

Article 20. -Cooperatives The school will be able to make use of the workshops, facilities, and other elements belonging to the staff, which will be necessary for them to carry out their ends, according to the official of the section VIII of the article 28.


CHAPTER V

, Government bodies and ontrol

Article 21. -Address, administration and surveillance of school cooperatives will be in charge of:,

(a) The General Assembly;

b) The Board of Directors;

e) The Surveillance Committee;

(d) The Commission on Cooperative Education, and (e) Other committees which set the

General Assembly to attend to the needs

des from each cooperative and they will be full

days by students and teachers, and can be included

to employees.

Article 22. -The General Assembly is the maximum tority of the cooperative and integrate with all partners of the same.    -

When the number of pupils is greater than two hundred, the General Assembly it may be made up of representatives of the pupils, who shall be chosen by vote .dir to, in a number of five for every fifty or a fraction exceeding dtwenty-five.

The agreements of the Assembly General will be mandatory for all partners.

Article 23. -Corresponds to the Assembly

General:

l. -Name and, if applicable, to remove the members of the Board of Directors, the Supervisory Committee and the commissions to be integrated;

H. -Designate the advisor to the president of the

Board of Directors in case of Article

2:1;

! H. -Approve or reject the admission of so

cios;

! V. -Approve, where appropriate, the accounting reports and the others that relate to the operation of the cooperative;

V. -Study and approve the changes to the constitutive bases which are not applied to the provisions of this order;

-VI. -Authorize the  (i) programmes for the development, acquisition, production, distt-ibudun and \' t' tltas to be submitted to you by the Council of Administnu.-iun,

VIL-Approve or reject the aunts or decreases in social capital;


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VIII. -Analyze and approve the program of savings or checking accounts submitted to it by the Board of Directors;

.        IX. -Apply sanctions to the partners and define responsibilities to the members of the Board of Directors, the Committee of Vigilance and the committee that are integrated;

X. -Approve the re-fund application

serva;

XL-Approve the distribution of the economic performance, in accordance with the present regulation;-

XII. -Approve the projects (ii) the distribution of the deliverable fund and the use of the reserve fund, drawn up by the Board of

;

XIII. -Adopt the convenient provisions

teas for the good march of the cooperative;

XIV. -Create the mechanisms necessary to provide incentives to partners who have contributed in an outstanding way to the achievement of the purposes of the cooperative, and

.  XV. -Ejercer the other powers conferred on him by this Regulation and those which are attributable to him.

.     Article 24. -School cooperatives shall read ordinary and ex-ordinary general assemblies. The ordinary shall be carried out in the first month and the other in the last of the year in which the minimum is fixed. The extraordinary, when deemed necessary.

-- The calls for the gene assemblies

.rales, including the matters to be dealt with, shall be deleted Jl) r the Board of Directors and shall be  in! lb visible place within the squad, with five days of anticipation.                               -

When the Council of The Monitoring Committee may convene an extraordinary assembly for the purpose of the report on the anomaly, promoting the option of the General Assembly of the measures. relevant.

Article 25. -In opportunity  The General Assembly shall be convened, in ordinary or ex-ordinary session, from among those present to whom it shall preside, a secretary shall be responsible for lifting the relevant minutes and two statements to be signed by the General Assembly. conjunct te with the above.

Article 26-The quorum of the The General Assembly will be constituted with the presence of at least two thirds of the members of the cooperative or their corresponding representatives.


When after  of a first convocation the number of partners has not been met-, nalado, will be convened for the second time and the Asam-.-general blea will be carried out with the number of partners that will participate.

The agreements will be taken by majority of votes and, in the event of a tie, the President of the Assembly shall have a vote of quality.

Article 27. -The Board of Directors will be integrated by:

a) A president;

b) A secretary;

e) A treasurer, who must be a teacher of the school, and

d) Four vowels, of which two will be alum! the, one master and, in his Case, one employee. S1 has no employees, the fourth vowel may be a student or teacher.     •,

All members of the Council of Adminis

will be elected by the General Assembly.    .-

When the President of the Council of Admi nistration is a minor pupil  age, the. Asamplea GEmeral will appoint an advisor, who. must be m.a troe. the student is older than,-age, this designation will be optional for the Gemeral Assembly.

Article 28. -Corresponds to Board of Aa- -ministering:

l. -Represent the cooperative;

11.-Convocation to ordi-nary and extraordinary general assemblies; '

III. -Run the agreements  of the Assembly. General;

IV. -Ace-ptar provisionally the entry of new partners, and report the case for the General Assembly session;

V. -Organize and control the operation of the cooperative;

VI. -Develop the project productive activities, and that of acquisitions when it comes, and subject to consideration  of the General Assembly;

VII. -Develop the plan activities to be carried out by the production cooperative partners considering the school calendar;

VIII. -Control the use of assets of the is to the service of the cooperative, receiving them, and delivering them by inventory;

IX. -Control the revenue and outputs of the,



cooperative  and keep regis up to date

accountants reciproci ntes;

X. -Develop the accounting statements and the in

formes to render;

XL-Authorize the sale of products to <19uiridos or produced by the cooperative;

-XII. -Develop the project distribution of the deliverable fund and submit it to the General Assembly;

XIII. -Develop the project use of the cooperative's reserve fund and submit it to the General Assembly;

XIV. -Develop the program savings or checking accounts and subject to the consideration of the General Assembly;

XV.-Present to the Assembly General a report of all the activities of the cooperative goes, at the end of the social exercise corresponding to you;

XVI. -Adopt initiatives for the best fun

the cooperative, and

XVII. -Any other activity which gives it the basis of the constitution and which does not object to this Regulation.

Article 29. -The Council of The administration shall meet at least once a month with the office of its President, together with the Secretary. The quorum shall be integrated with the presence of at least four of its members, including the President.

The agreements will be taken by majority of the votes and, in the event of a tie, the President shall have a vote of quality.

For each session the record must be lifted

rrespondente.

Article 30. -The Committee of Surveillance will be integrated-grara by:

a) A president; b) A secretary, and e) Three vowels.

All members of the The Vigilance committee shall be elected by the General Assembly and at least two-be students and other teachers and, where appropriate, employees.

Article 31. -Corresponds to the Vigi Committee

lance:

l. -Know and monitor all operacias

of the cooperative;


H. -Report to the Council of Administration and, where appropriate, the General Assembly, of the aliases observed in the operation of the cooperative;

111. -Watch that the books of the minutes and the ability to be brought to the current and that the reports submitted by the Board of Directors to the General Assembly accurately reflect the accounting statements and the activities carried out by the cooperative;

! V. -Watch that the deliverable is between

engage partners in a timely manner;

V. -Require when the consider the advice of technicians, and

VI. -Anyone else (a) the activity of which the constituent bases are concerned and which does not object to this Regulation.

Article 32. -The Committee of Vigilance shall be reviewed whenever an important matter so warrants, and at least once a month, by the words of its President.

The quorum will be integrated with the presence of at least three of its members, including the President.

The agreements will be taken by majority of votes and, in the event of a tie, the President shall have a vote of quality.

For each session the record must be lifted

rrespondente.

Article 33. -The Commission of Cooperative Education will be integrated by a number of not more than five partners of which at least two will be teachers and the others, students and, where appropriate, employees.

All members. The Commission of Cooperative Edu cation will be elected by the Asam blea General, and among themselves they will choose who should preside over it.

The agreements will be taken by majority of votes and, in the event of a tie, the president will have quality.                   .

Article 34. -Corresponds to the Commission of

Cooperative Education:

l. -Foster cooperative education in

tre partners;

H. -Spread the principles and the philosophy of cooperativism;

III. -To instruct the sociossabout susobli

gations and rights;

! V. -Making the knowledge of the partners the agreements taken by the General Assembly;


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V. -Promote the exchange of reports

tion and experiences among partners;

VI. -Coordinate and run the The cooperative's public relations with the community and with other school cooperatives, and

VII. -Promote  the performance of events in order to give knowledge to the community of the benefits obtained through cooperative work.

Article 35. -Members of the Board of Directors, the Audit Committee and the committees to be formed shall last for a period no longer than that of the social year.


tion only for jobs that are in favor of the cooperative;

VIII. -Receive cash to the  the term of the social year corresponding to the year or, in the case of a withdrawal, the amount of the two-year certificates of contribution they have acquired, and

IX. -Apply, disseminate and m  rar your know

of the cooperativism.

Article 39. -Partner quality of the coope-rativa is lost:

l. -By death;


which corresponds to the school year and not to be re-elected for the same job in the period m mediato.

If any c$rgo becomes vacant before the


11. -By voluntary separation; III. -By exclusion, or

IV. -For ceasing to be a teacher, pupil or em


expiry of the mandate, the unsustit's education, which will complete the management for the relevant period.

CHAPTER VI

of the Partners

Article 36. -To be a partner A school co-worker is required to be a student, teacher or school employee in which sensortiya and his/her participation will have to be turned. All partners will have equal obligations and rights, whatever the date of their entry.

Article 37. -Teachers seek to relate their activities to the dissemination and development of cooperativism.

Article 38. -They are obligations and partner dered\os:

l. -Adquire one or more certificates of aby

tation;

11. -Unstart the charges they are in the form of the General Assembly, the Management Board or the Commissions which S. e for men;

III. -Have a single vote;

IV ........ Vote and be voted to join the Board of Directors, Audit Committee or Commissions to be appointed;

V. -Pay cash and spot the ar

ties to be acquired in the cooperative;

VI.-Propose to the Assembly General measures that are considered useful for the proper functioning of the cooperative;

VII. -Receive  the proportional share corresponding to the deliverable fund, in terms of its character as partners and as consideration.


on the squad.

CHAPTER VII

Capital, contributions and returns

Article 40.-The social capital of the cooperative

tiva will be variale.

Article 41. -School cooperatives for

will make their social capital by:

l.-Partners to a through the certificate subscription;

H. -Fund operations make it Public Education or other dependent on p1iblicas and private entities;

111.-Donations in kind or in The cash flow has been paid by parents and other parents.

IV.-Res de las Investments that are made to the present Realamento I will have legal conditions to the cooperatives;

V. -Percentage of the returns that are intended to increase social capital, or

VI. -Combination of the For the purposes of this Regulation,

following shall apply:

For the realization of your purposes, cooperatives may obtain credits from public or private institutions.

The recused in accordance with their posts of fractions 11 and III may not be the subject of distribution between the partners in any event. If the cooperative dissolves, these resources will be in the interest of the staff in which it has worked. If this leaves exis

tir, competent education authorities re

will solve their affectation.


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Article 42. -When  There are several forms of capital contribution, which will be indexed in the records-accounting records.

, Article 43. -Los Ten-year contribution certificates < H:a! A single value in each 'cooperative' shall be cash and cash and shall be returned to the amount, at the end of the social year corresponding to the school year, to the partner leaving

.be part of the cooperative. In no case

' the value of the contribution certificates will be

-:tnayor of $50.00 (FIFTY PESOS 00/100 M.

-'N-.), taking into account, for the determination

of the amount, the economic level of the community.

: 'J • Article 44. -Certificates of input

'' were nominative, indivisible, unalterable and

' untransmittable between partners or third parties, the school cooperative being the only one that can readjust them with the obligation to transmit them to others

partners, new or existing, as soon as possible po

. table.

•: Article 45. -The economic performance of the School cooperatives will be formed by:

1

--: l. The resulting difference  between the price

-.-'sales price and purchase price of the arcticu

. , the, in the case of consumer cooperatives, and

'.

11. -Difference resulting between the sale price of the products obtained and their cost of

..

--.-production, in the case of the

cooperatives

, -- production.                            -

In both cases, the net economic performance will be calculated by deducting from performance

• "-Gross economic expenses, adminis

-<:-tratives and sales.

r, ..

-: -- Cooperatives, to the extent of their posibi

.-will, preferably, invest their

funds or part of them in securities issued by the Federal Republic of Germany, national credit institutions or institutions, participating banks

State

.

.    Article 46. -With economic performance

' -aeto will be the following funds:

l. -Social Fund;

H. -Backup Fund, and

111.-Deliverable Fund.

.  Article 47. -The social fund will be formed with

1 40% of net economic performance and em

: .pleara to support needs priority.

) of the squad.

':-.      The expenses charged to this fund will be made of


.  Article 48-The reserve fund was established

tUira con.el2% of net economic performance and shall be allocated to:

l. -Avoid interruptions in the activities of the cooperative;.        -

H. -Increase these activities-

'

.  III.  To make the losses that the cooperative may have, which must be proven to the competent authorities.

The maximum limit of cumulation of this fund shall be governed by the provisions laid down by the competent educational authorities. If the remainder is left, it will be incorporated into the SOCial fund.

Article 49. The deliverable fund will be formed

. ?n t; l 4% of net economic performance and is

d strtbl; ltra between partners at the end of exercise

cIO soctal corresponding to the school year.

. In the production cooperatives, the buccon distri shall be made in proportion to the work provided in accordance with the measurement criteria which the competent authorities are responsible for. For consumption, it shall be made in proportion to consumption.

Ar ic_ulo 50. -The improvements that will result in your activities To carry out the school's cooperation to the movable and immovable property of the school, will be in benefit of the my ma.

.     The social capital of the cooperative, p ev10 agreement of the General Assembly, can be created:

-1. -Aum the number of partners, and

11. -subscribing and paying new certifi

contributions from the partners already existing.

.article 52. -Resources  in cash that admtmstren the cooperatives will be deposited

in the name of these in checking or checking account

r o, on the nearest bank to your home address so Cial. The accounts will be handled with the signatures

man o! llun  as chairman of the Council of Adm1mstrac1on and the treasurer of the cooperative. When in the population closest to the squad

no bank, l. Cooperative treasurer, baJo her responsibility, will serve as a deposit

river of these resources.

CHAPTER VIII

Dissolution of school cooperatives


:agreement with the dispositions that dictate the self-.    Arctic 53.-School cooperatives are competent educational institutions.                                     disband by any of the following cau-

sas:


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l. -For reduction of number of partners less than 10;

H. -By closing or merging the school don-

for work, and

III. -By will of the two-thirds of the partners that make up the partner.

Article 54. -In cases The competent authorities of the Federation shall appoint a liquidator and one more shall be appointed by the General Assembly. Both will put the stream  the accounts and shall continue operations until the liquid capital is obtained.

Article 55. -Once the capital was obtained-

, will be applied as follows:

l. -Resources obtained as provided for in Sections II and III of Article 41, shall be used as the last paragraph of the same Article;

II. -Will be returned to the partners the amount of the contribution certificates they have acquired, and

III. -If any remaining, The Ge neral Assembly shall determine the percentage of the same to be used for works for the benefit of the staff, which shall not be greater than 50%. The remainder will be distributed among the partners, on the same basis. If the stock is no longer functioning, 100% of the remainder shall be the same as the partners.

CHAPTER  X Sanctions

Article 56. -Violations of this regulation checked by the Committee of Vigi lance. will be sanctioned by the Ge Assembly-


neral, which can impose any of the if

steps:

l. -Amonstation to the offending partner; H. -Temporary suspension;

III. -Destitution of the charge that is being spent in the cooperative, and

! V. -Exclusion.

Article 57-The sanctions they are applied to infringing partners, teachers or employees, without prejudice to those which lay down the provisions governing their employment relationship.

Article 58. -The application of the penalties provided for in Articles 56 and 57 do not preclude the exercise of civil or criminal action by the competent authorities.

TRANSIENT

ARTICLE FIRST. -This  Regulation shall enter into force on the day following its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation.

ARTICLE 2.-The case is opened Re-regulation of school cooperatives published on 16 March 1962 and the other provisions which are contrary to this regulation shall be repealed.

ARTICLE THIRD. -Las Existing school cooperatives must be in line with the provisions of this Regulation within a maximum of two months.

Given at the residence of the Power Executive Federal, in the city of Mexico, D. F., to die six days of the month of April of a thousand nine hundred and eighty two. -José López PortiUo. -Rubri ca. -Secretary of Public Education, Fer nando Solana. -Heading.



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SECRETARY OF LAND REFORM


Resolution on the creation of a new ejidal population center called Dotation Achilles Serdan, Puerto Peñas co, Son.

On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which reads: United States Mexican. -Secreta-

• the Agrarian Reform.

VISTO to resolve in The only instance of the issue is the creation of a new cen of ejido population that will be called "ENDOWMENT ACHILLES SERDAN", which will be located in the Municipality of Puerto Peñasco, State of Sonora; and

RESULTING FIRST. -Written by


date of January 24, 1973, a group of peasants who lack land located in different areas of the coast of Hermosillo, Municipality of the name, State of Sonora, requested the Je fe of the Department of Agrarian Affairs and Colo nization_, Today Secretary of the Reform Agriculture, the creac1on of a New Population Centre Eji dal which "SERDAN ' S ACHILLES SERDAN" SHALL BE CALLED. The instance ' re mited to the then General Directorate of New Centers of Population, today the Subdirection of New Centers of Ejidal Population, of the General Administration of Agrarian Procedures in the Secretariat, the one that started the Case-file, on 16 August 1973, registered under number 4566. Having published the tender in the Official Journal of the Federation on 28