Act relating to independent schools (the Independent Schools Act)
LOV-2015-06-19-75 from 01/08/2016
Published in 2003 Booklet 10
Friskole Lova - Frskol.
Chapter 1. Purpose and the scope of the Act (§§ 1-1 - 1-5)
Chapter 2. Approval entitled to state subsidies (§§ 2-1 - 2-5)
Chapter 3 . pupils (§§ 3-1 - 3-14)
Chapter 4. staff in schools mm (§§ 4-1 - 4-5)
Chapter 5. Governance and Council member (§§ 5-1 - 5-4)
Chapter 6. Public grants and tuition fees, etc. (§§ 6-1 - 6-4)
Chapter 6A. Upper secondary schools that provide job-oriented training that not being given the secondary public schools
Chapter 7. Miscellaneous (§§ 7-1 - 7-7)
Chapter 8. Final Provisions (§§ 8-1 - 8-3)
Headline changed with laws 29 June 2007 no. 92 (ikr. July 1, 2007, by Decree. June 29, 2007 no. 757), 19 June 2015 No.. 75 (ikr. August 1, 2015, by Decree. June 19, 2015 no. 701). - Ref. Act of 17 July 1998 no. 61 - Cf. Previously laws 13 June 1969 no. 24 § 14, Law 6 March 1970 no. 4, 14 June 1985 No.. 73 (refer to this Act § 8-1).
Chapter 1. Purpose and the scope of Act
§ 1-1. The purpose of the Act The purpose of this Act is to contribute to it may establish and operate independent schools are also, so that parents and pupils can choose different schools than they public, cf. Human Rights Act § 2 no. 2
tuition at schools that are approved by this Act, shall be directed to:
developing personal judgment, talent and dei mental and physical abilities of pupils,
to develop respect for human rights, fundamental their freedom and for those principles that covenant Dei same inte author if cherish,
The development of respect for parents and the cultural identity, language and values to the pupil, the basic national values of the country where the student cage, and respect for cultures that are different his or her eigen,
to prepare the student to EiT responsible life in A Free Society in a spirit of understanding, peace, tolerance, equality of sexes and Venskap among all peoples, ethnic, national and religious groups and persons belonging to indigenous ,
to promote respect for the natural environment.
It should be attached importance to creating good working environment and good cooperation between teachers and pupils and between school and home. Anyone who is linking to school, to work to prevent pupils core damage or being exposed to offensive words or actions.
§ 1-2. Work Zone Act debt approval entitled to state subsidies for freely keep standing because schools and freely keep standing secondary schools, and conditions for obtaining such subsidies.
Act does not apply to schools that are covered by the folk law, college Act, Adult Education Act or schools that drive their activities according to Education Act § 2-12. Lova debt rather not schools that are reel-type of political groups or party on party political grounds.
Act does not apply to distance education and purchase of training services.
§ 1-3. Definitions With home municipality and home county of this Act is meint the local authority responsible for Education Act §§ 13-1, 13-2 and 13-3.
§ 1-4. (Repealed Act 29 June 2007 no. 92 (ikr. July 1, 2007, by Decree. June 29, 2007 no. 757).)
§ 1-5. (Repealed Act 29 June 2007 no. 92 (ikr. July 1, 2007, by Decree. June 29, 2007 no. 757).)
Chapter 2. Approval entitled to state subsidies
§ 2-1. Approval of schools Ministry may approve to independent schools and management changes at approved independent schools are. The Ministry may authorize ein elementary school, moving their activities to another one municipality or that ein secondary school, moving their activities to another one county. A school should not get approval if the establishment will have negative consequences for the public school the offers, or other special grounds stances indicate that the school not should be approved. The host municipality or host county shall be permitted to provide declaration of provisional before the Ministry makes a decision in the matter, and they can appeal the ministry's decision. Approved schools are entitled to state subsidies according to § 6-1 and to drive resturants by law.
Schools will conduct their activities on follow grounds:
widely renowned educational direction
special needs made the upper secondary level in combination with elite sport
Norwegian primary school education abroad
special needs made training for the handicapped
upper secondary education in small and protected handverksfag
upper secondary education in vocational education
With særskild facilitated the upper secondary level in combination with elite sport for other paragraph d, it is in this context meint årstimetalet for educational sport or årstimetalet for studies Studies with the addition of 140 hours per year elite sport at secondary stage 1. Toppidrett in the first grade in secondary training may be the program subject elite sport or elite sport after eigen curriculum that is Approved by the Ministry. The schools must offer elite sport acting as a program subject at secondary level 2 and 3.
tuition shall be in Norwegian or Sami. This requirement debt still not international schools. Important documents about its activities by law shall in any case be accessible on the Norwegian or Sami.
Authentication traps lapse if a school not starts up their activities by law within three school year after approval lasted given. The same applies if herding by law are nedlagd.
The requirements in the second paragraph whether a particular basis debts still do not already approved schools that were in operation by the end of 2007. The Ministry may only approve the necessary operational changes at schools that do not meet the requirements of the second paragraph.
Ministry may in regulations lay down deadlines in connection with applications for approval of independent schools are.
§ 2-2. Requirements for the agency at the school The school can not drive or s native anna resturants than school in accordance with this Act. The Ministry may issue regulations or lay down individual who pictured that the schools can operate or s native addition resturants that are closely tied to school agency's activities, and which constitutes an minor part of the total the agency's activities. The Ministry may issue regulations or lay down individual decisions on the use of revenues from school resturants and allow additional resturants.
School must be registered with the Legal Entities, ref. Coordinating Register Act, or equivalent register, before it is applied for approval. Schools must at the latest to the same time prove that he has ein innskotskapital minimum NOK 100 000.
If a school has fewer than 15 pupils three school years in context, common authentication away. For Norwegian schools abroad debt an equivalent minimum limit of 10 pupils. Ministry may have special case make exceptions from the minimum requirements to elevtal. The schools that only commercial activity under § 2-1 letter g, are not covered by the minimum requirements to elevtal.
§ 2-3. Requirements for content and assessment in education school shall conduct their activities by curricula approved by the Ministry. It must be stated in the plan what kind of assessment and documentation school will benefit. The schools shall either follow the curriculum as debt for public schools or curricula as in other ways that students jamgod training, cf. Education Act § 2-1, first paragraph and § 3-4 first paragraph. Elles has his school education freedom. In connection with the approval stipulates Ministry kva for offer school can provide, and maximum elevtal on individual offers.
Ministry may issue regulations on requirements for curriculum, assessment of pupils, appeals for review, examination and documentation. Ministry issues regulations concerning activities in primary schools who do not have training in subjects. The Ministry may also issue regulations concerning exemptions from training in that language for pupils in primary schools receiving in particular language learning, to recognition of previously undergone secondary training or practice, and for exemption from the practical part of the competence aims in the subject physical education in the secondary school.
§ 2-4. Requirements for school facilities and school environment School facilities must be approved by the Ministry. Related facilities must unite-the-surface.
Education Act Chapter 9a pupils their school environment also applies to schools approved by law here. Appealed to the Ministry.
§ 2-5. Attempts activities Pursuant In connection with time-limited educational or organizational experiments ministry may make exceptions from the Act and the regulations by law.
Chapter 3. Pupils
§ 3-1. Taking students' school shall have a total land as the intake area. They should stand Open site plan for anyone who fulfills the conditions for admission in public schools, cf. Education Act §§ 2-1, third paragraph, and 3-1, first paragraph. This also applies schools abroad and international schools in Norway. The schools can book EiT confining speak on student places available to applicants who comes after the main intake.
Upon admission to secondary schools should young people entitled to upper secondary education according to Education Act § 3-1 prioritized the adults applicants with the right to upper secondary education according to Education Act § 4A-3. Schools for the handicapped may also take into Adult applicants without the right to upper secondary education. Heim county should consider actual expertise of an adult applicant before he or she can be admitted as a student at ein secondary school. Norwegian secondary schools abroad can not take into adults.
Schools must carry a considerable intake regulations showing maintainers of applicants, if searching is greater than the capacity of the school. Regulations should include rules for prioritizing out from saklege consideration. Admissions Regulations shall the-surface Within the the appraisal which follows from the first and second paragraphs. The school determines in accordance with regulations sequences of applicants to be admitted.
Notification of acceptance of pupils in primary schools should be sent to the home municipality of the pupil. Notification of admission to secondary schools to be sent to the home county of the pupil. Schools must notify the home county of the need for apprenticeship when pupils are accepted at secondary stage 2.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning consumption of adolescents and adults with applicants entitled to upper secondary level, intake of adults applicants without the right to upper secondary education and the intake of Foreign applicants.
By decision-making by these rules debt management Act. Decision on admission are decisions,. Administration Act § 2 appealed to the Ministry.
As regards specific source schools for the handicapped, the Ministry may make exceptions from the rules in the second paragraph.
§ 3-2. Right and duty to education Pupils in primary schools that have been approved under this Act, fulfill say obligation to primary education by the Education Act § 2-1.
Pupils in upper secondary schools that have been approved under this Act, New Year his right to upper secondary education according to Education Act § 3-1 and § 4A-3.
§ 3-3. School Hallway A student who has been placed by ein Science is Approved by this Act, are entitled to complete the education say at school, as far as school is Approved. Ein elementary school pupil may in special cases still move it to a public school in your home municipality if consideration for the others pupils stances indicate it. The reason that a pupil can move, can for example be that the pupil bully ein or several fellow student. Before making decisions about moving a pupil shall ein have tried other measures. Heim municipality makes decisions. Appealed to the Ministry.
Education Act § 2-1, third paragraph of exposing school and previously school and § 2-1, fourth paragraph on partial or full exemption from compulsory debt equivalent for pupils in primary schools that have been approved under this Act. Heim municipality makes decisions. Appealed to the Ministry.
A student who has been placed by ein secondary school that is Approved by this Act, has the right to complete the step unless the student can be shown off, ref. § 3-10.
Education Act § 3-1, fourth paragraph concerning Omval and § 3-1 fifth paragraph on training up to two years extra debt equivalent as far dei suits for pupils in upper secondary schools that have been approved under this Act. Heim county makes decisions.
§ 3-4. Organization of students in the class or base groups in education should pupils be divided into classes or base groups to safeguard their needs for social affiliation. For parts of education can pupils be divided in other groups as needed. The default should be compact organization not happen by academic level, gender or ethnicity. Class, basic groups and groups must not be larger than is educational and safety purposes with sound.
Class or base group will have ein or more teachers (contact teachers) who have particular responsibility for the practical, administrative and socio-educational objectives makes that debt class or basic group and those students who are there, among other contact with the home.
§ 3-4a. Adapted education and early intervention training shall be adapted to the abilities and aptitudes hjå the individual pupil.
On 1st to 4th grade school shall ensure the accessibility of the education systems in Norwegian or Sami and mathematics among other things implies in particular a high teacher tight play and give particular attention to pupils with weak-language skills in reading and scoring.
§ 3-5. Særskild language education for pupils from linguistic minorities Pupils who have a seperate native language than Norwegian and Sami are entitled to særskild tuition for dei have sufficient skills in Norwegian to follow the ordinary education in schools. If necessary, such pupils are also entitled to native, bilingual subject or both. Heim municipality or home county to the student makes a decision and will cover the costs of such training. Appealed to the Ministry.
The mother tongue instruction may be provided at another school than the pupil normally attends.
When native language tuition and bilingual subject can not take givast by appropriate teaching staff, the local authority as far as possible provide for anna training adapted aptitudes of the pupils.
Heim municipality or home county to pupil to map enclose kva-language skills pupils have in Norwegian before the decision is made særskild language. Such screening will also be carried in the pipeline in education for pupils who receive særskild language training for provisions as a basis for assessing whether pupils have sufficient skills in Norwegian to follow the ordinary education in schools.
To independent schools can organize special training offer for nykomne pupils in Presteigne groups or classes when the opposition lead resolutions from the local authority about this organization, and that the private school can provide such training offer. To independent schools which will provide individual pupils such training offer, you must give the local authority the information necessary to enlighten the matter before this makes decisions under the Education Act §§ 2-8, fifth paragraph, or 3-12, fifth paragraph.
Provisions does not apply to pupils in Norwegian schools abroad.
§ 3-6. Special Education and Educational Psychology teneste Education Act § 5-1 of the right to special education, § 5-3 on expert appraisal, § 5.4 Administrative procedures in connection with decisions concerning special and § 5-5 of exemption from the rules concerning the content of tuition and about competence debt equivalent.
Heim municipality or home county to the student ensuring the necessary that there be developed expert appraisal, makes decisions regarding special and will cover the costs of such training. In case of doubt decisive Ministry know who is responsible for the costs. Ministry of equivalent responsibility for pupils at Norwegian schools abroad.
Ministry may issue regulations on the implementation of the rules on special education.
Ministry appealed to appeal municipal and county decisions about special education.
Provisions does not apply to educational provision which is specially organized for adults.
The educational and Psychological Counseling Service in the host community should help the school in efforts expertise and organizational development to lay better facilitate students with special needs.
§ 3-6a. Obligation to participate in work on individual plans Schools shall, when necessary to safeguard the student sensed need EiT holistic, coordinated and individually adapted tenestetilbod, participate in cooperation on drafting and monitoring measures and targets in individual plans heimla by anna law and regulation.
§ 3-7. Skyss mm pupils have the right to transport pursuant to the rules of the Education Act § 7-1, first and second paragraphs for a ride in elementary schools, § 7-2 first paragraph for a ride in the secondary school, § 3.7 for a ride for the handicapped and temporary injured or sick and § 7-4 concerning travel follow and supervision. The right to transport, travel follow and supervision for pupils in primary schools debts only Within the municipal boundary of the municipality where the pupil cage. For pupils in secondary schools debts right to ride, go follow and supervision only Within the county border in the county in which the student cage.
Heim municipality or home county pupils makes decisions on a ride, and covers the expenses pursuant to the rules of the Education Act § 13-4. Appealed to the Ministry complaint against municipal and regional decision shuttle in primary schools. Heim county appealed by appeal a decision about a ride in secondary schools.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning school transport and transport Remuneration, and that shuttle needs of pupils in secondary schools have special case, will cover other ways.
Provisions does not apply to educational provision which is specially organized for adults, and for pupils at Norwegian schools abroad.
§ 3-8. Health Regulations given in medhald of health and care Act § 3-2 second paragraph debt for pupils at schools in Norway approved under this Act. The municipality where the school is opposition, is responsible for implementing the health services in accordance with the regulations and to cover the expenses for health services at the schools by the same rules as for public schools.
§ 3-9. Okay Regulations and looks much like Where school will carry a considerable manual with rules about pupils' rights and duties as far as they do not is establish in law or in other ways. Regulations should include rules about behavior, rules about what measures should be able to be used against pupils who break the rules, and rules of procedure when such matters are dealt with.
Rules shall be done known for pupils and parents. Physical disciplinary action or other offensive treatment must not be applied. Before it gets frying decision-making about disciplinary action, among other things, about dispossession or loss of rights, the pupil shall have an opportunity to explain himself orally for the person who will take Decision.
§ 3-10. Expulsion of pupils and loss of rights The school can lay down in the school rules that pupils as serious or more gongs breaking rules, can be shown away from teaching. In years of study 1-7 can pupils be shown off for single hours or for the rest of the day and the years of study 8-10 can pupils be shown off for up to three days. Pupils in upper secondary education can be shown off for up to five days. The daglege leader and school articles of association self dispossession after having consulted with the teachers of the pupil. Unless the Board stipulates something else, you can shop manager decide that teachers should have the authority to take decision-making about dispossession from EIGA teaching for a training session, confining two clock hours. Parents of pupils in years of study 1-7 are notified before being put into effect dispossession for the rest of the day.
When a pupil in secondary school persistently have shown a conduct which seriously compromising order and peace to work at school, or when a pupil serious neglect their duties, the pupil may, by decision of the home county be shown off for the remainder of the school year. In connection with EiT decision on dispossession for the remainder of the school year can home county also decide that the pupil shall lose the right to upper secondary education according to Education Act § 3-1. Heim county can not leave it to the school to take decisions under this paragraph concerning rejection or loss of the right to upper secondary education. Norwegian secondary schools abroad makes self-decision on dispossession.
Before taking a decision about dispossession or loss of rights, shall ein consider using other auxiliary or refsingstiltak.
By decision-making by these rules Debt Administration. Decision on dispossession and loss of right to upper secondary education are decisions,. Administration § 2. appealed to the Ministry.
§ 3-11. Counseling pupils have the right to necessary guidance on education, vocational attraction and career choices and on social issues. The Ministry may issue more closely regulations.
§ 3-12. Exemption from activities, etc. Education Act § 2-3a debt equivalent for pupils in primary schools approved by law here. The right to exemption from activities mm debt still not for pupils in primary schools that are created by the religious reasons. The Ministry is the appeal body for individual after provisions.
§ 3-13. Leave of absence from compulsory primary education when it is deemed appropriate, the school grant individual pupils in primary schools leave for up to two weeks. At the decision-making by the provisions Debt Administration. Decision on leave are decisions,. Administration § 2. appealed to the Ministry.
§ 3-14. Training of pupils with a need for alternative and supplementary communication (ASK) Pupils who wholly or partly lacks functional speech and who needs alternative and supplementary communication shall receive benefit eminently suitable communication forms and necessary means of communication in education.
When a pupil do not or can benefit satisfactorily from ordinary tuition have the pupil is entitled to special rules for in § 3-6. This includes the necessary training in the use of alternative and supplementary communication.
Chapter 4. Staff in Schools mm
§ 4-1. Leadership Where school should have a sound professional academic, educational and administrative management.
School will ein shop manager.
§ 4-2. Competence requirements for teaching staff for teaching staff at schools that are approved by this Act, debt dei competence requirements as follows from §§ 10-1 and 10-2 of the Education Act with appurtenant regulations.
Education Act § 10-6 of provisional recruiting and § 10-6a about recruiting on terms debt equivalent.
For the teaching staff at schools that are approved with alternative curricula, the Ministry may also approve alternative qualification to the demands that follows the Education Act §§ 10-1 and 10-2 with appurtenant regulations.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning competency requirements in addition to the requirements of the first and second paragraphs.
Ministry may issue regulations stipulating that it is not going to stipulate relevant expertise in certain subjects.
§ 4-3. Police Whoever shall tilsetjast permanent or temporary in primary or secondary school or to provide homework assistance under § 7.1 e must enclose present a police having equivalent content which is a tribunal Police Registers Act § 39 first paragraph. The requirement also applies to persons who shall tilsetjast permanent or temporary in school like, work activity offer. School similar activity offer is to say activity offer organized by the school owner with ties to school, and having the character of training.
School may also demand a police that a tribunal Police Registers Act § 39 first paragraph of other individuals who regularly oppheld in primary schools, in secondary schools or offer pursuant to subsection.
People who are convicted of sexual abuse of minors, can not tilsetjast permanent or temporary in elementary school or in school like, work activity offer or to provide homework assistance under § 7.1 e. In the second case, the consequences of notices on the police certificate assessed concretely.
The ministry further regulations.
§ 4-4. Wages and working conditions The teaching staff is entitled to wages and working conditions in equivalent public schools.
§ 4-5. Staff who do not have add the teaching position and to assist in the education staff who do not have add the teaching position after § 4-2 can assist in education if they are given the necessary guidance. Such assistance should only happen in a way and to such an extent EiT the pupil with sound yield of education. Staff who do not have add the teaching position shall not be responsible for education.
Chapter 5. Governance and Council organ
§ 5-1. Board As topmost responsible body shall each school carry a considerable control. The school's Board of Directors shall appoint, in accordance with the legal basis school is driven by.
Right to be to continually meet the board, to say the meaning to say and get this applied protocol,:
ein representative appointed by the host community when it comes ein primary, ein representative appointed by the county when it comes ein secondary school,
ein representative of the student council at schools that have such a council,
ein representative from the parents' council at schools that have such a council,
ein representative of the teaching staff at the school,
ein representative for other adding at school,
shop manager of the school.
Ministry may have special case and upon application make exceptions from the second paragraph.
By process of handling cases where debt confidentiality laws and regulations, the Board shall ensure the accessibility for persons entitled to attend who are under the age limit to be authoritative, must leave the meeting.
§ 5-2. The Board exercises its Board of Directors has the topmost paper will of school and shall ensure that the school is driven in accordance with the current laws and regulations.
certain that pupils in compulsory school age who are being adopted by schools to have fulfilled the right to primary education, and notify the parents and home municipality of pupils who for a long time not to appear for teaching utan lovleg reason,
firmly set the size of tuition fees,
adopt budget and accounts for school
lay down inlet and school rules for school
promote issues about moving under § 3-3, first paragraph and dispossession under § 3-10, second paragraph,
have responsibility for ensuring that the school has a sound professional financial and accounting management,
certain that public grants and tuition core pupils to good
certain that the public demands and preconditions for its activities being fulfilled.
ensuring the necessary entitlement and the necessary expertise in its activities. The Board shall have a system that provides educators, school leaders and staff with særoppgåver at school an opportunity to necessary training, aimed at renewing and expanding their professional and educational knowledge and holding themselves oriented about and be on the same elevation as the development of the school and community.
tilsetje shop manager.
discuss the annual report on the state of the school which has been completed by the third paragraph.
The Board shall have constitutes appropriate system for evaluating if the requirements of the debt duck laws and regulations, and aptitudes for approval are met. The Board shall have constitutes appropriate system to follow up the results from these assessments and national quality assessments by the ministry conducts issued in pursuance of § 7-2 third paragraph. As part of follow-up responsibility shall be prepared an Annual Report on the state of the school related to learning outcomes, fråfall and learning environment.
In other matters than those that follows the second and third paragraphs, the board with 2/3 fleirtal delegate decision-making right.
§ 5-3. Student councils By reason schools should be student council for years of study 5-10 with representatives of pupils. School stipulates count of student representatives. Upper secondary schools shall carry a considerable student council at least 5 members with deputies.
Council are elected by pupils at written røysting. Representatives shall choose at the latest three weeks after the school has taken to the autumn.
Council shall, among other things promote the common interests of the pupils at school and work to create a good learning and school environment.
§ 5-4. Parents 'At each elementary school should be parents', where all parents who have children in school are members. Parents Council may choose EiT work selection.
Parents Council shall promote the common interests of parents and stimulate the pupils and parents takes an active part in efforts to create a good school environment. The parents' council shall work to create good unity between the home and school, facilitating well-being and positive development the pupil and create contact between the school and local community.
Chapter 6. Public grants and tuition mm
§ 6-1. State Tilskot Approved schools receive state subsidies for verification training with 85 percent of EiT grant basis per pupil. The basis for this grant basis Wasted average medical expenditure per pupil in the public school. Tilskot basis adjusted for expenses that the public school, but not to be included in the grant documents. Tilskot basis has been calculated separately for primary school, lower secondary school and the various education programs in upper secondary education.
Primary schools get innarbeidd 100 percent of the average medical expenses for pension minds Scots in public schools in grant basis. Upper secondary schools receive innarbeidd 85 percent of the average medical expenses for pension minds Scots in public schools in grant basis.
For Elementary schools should be admitted notwithstanding the value difference between expenditure between small, medium and large schools. The Ministry may issue regulations stipulating that for primary schools in Norway should be admitted notwithstanding the value difference between the expenses of the municipality school opposition, and the costs nationwide.
Dei specific source the schools for the handicapped still get all expenses covered by state subsidies for ein normal rate per pupil per school year. The Ministry may issue regulations concerning grants scheme for those specific source the schools for the handicapped.
Ministry may issue regulations concerning the documentation for elevtal and reporting of elevtal.
§ 6-2. School Money The schools receiving state subsidies according to § 6-1 first paragraph, may require your tuition. The Board stipulates the size of the tuition fees. Tuition fees can represent up to 15 percent of grant basis, with only a sum established by the Ministry in addition to reimbursement of expenses for Husla / capital costs. Ministry may have special case Gjere time-limited exemptions from the requirement.
The schools receiving state subsidies according to § 6-1 fourth paragraph, may have special case get dispensation to demand a through tuition.
Primary schools can not demand a any form of payment from pupils or parents beyond what follows from this provisions.
Vidaregåande schools can not demand a any form of payment for education from pupils or parents beyond what follows from this provisions. The school is responsible for holding pupils with the necessary printed and digital teaching aids and digital equipment. Pupils can not instruct to cover the someone part of the expenses for this beyond what follows from the regulation. The school may instruct pupils to holding with anna individual equipment that education to casual makes it necessary to have. The Ministry may issue further regulations.
§ 6-3. Requirements for the use of public grants and tuition All public grants and tuition fees shall comet pupils to good. This entails that the school can not take
provide dividends or in any other way transfer surplus to its owners or their rock relatives, neither when school is in operation or about the progress being nedlagd
incur costs in the form of rent expenses for real estate or facilities belonging to the school owner or deira RELATED or in any other manner incur costs that may entail that all public grants or private manageable groups from pupils is not going pupils to good.
Ministry may issue more closely regulations banning dividends or other transfer as mentioned in the first paragraph.
Ministry may issue regulations on how the schools must document that the first paragraph and the schools say obligation to well invert purchase and rent is made on the basis of conditions in the market.
§ 6-4. State Tilskot to complete demorande teaching To state nationals in Norway or dockable State who are pupils at primary school abroad, and who do not have pupils at a school that is Approved by law here, it givast grant to complete demorande teaching. The Ministry may issue more closely regulations.
Chapter 6A. Upper secondary schools that provide job-oriented training that not being given the secondary public schools
Chapter 7. Miscellaneous
§ 7-1. Budget, accounting and reporting Schools must follow accounting law and accounting law and have an audit in accordance with the Annual Accounts Act. The schools must enclose forward budget and revised accounting by regulations issued by the Ministry.
Ministry may issue regulations on requirements for reporting information on resource use and service production for use in national information system.
§ 7-1a. About advertising in schools Schools are charged with ensuring that pupils are not subjected to advertising that is eminently suitable for creating commercial pressures, or that can greatly influence attitudes, behavior and values, among other things on school grounds, in textbooks or other learning materials that are in the training. The Ministry may issue further regulations.
§ 7-1b. The obligation of the school to ensuring the necessary accident school is obliged to ensure the accessibility for accident insurance for pupils. Ministry may issue further regulations on accident.
§ 7-1c. (Repealed Act 20 June 2014 no. 54 (ikr. August 1, 2014, by Decree. June 20, 2014 no. 842).)
§ 7-1d. The obligation of the school to ensuring the necessary cooperation with parents The school are charged with ensuring cooperation with parents. The obligation applies to primary and secondary education. Organization of parents cooperation must take account of local Relation. Ministry issues further regulations.
§ 7-1e. Obligation for the school to have an offer for homework school shall carry a considerable offer of help with homework in elementary school.
The tender will be free for pupils. Pupils shall have the right to attend homework help any offer, but it must be voluntary if they wish to participate.
For requirements relating to police debt rules in § 4-3.
The ministry further regulations concerning homework offers.
§ 7-2. Supervision mm Ministry supervises schools approved under this Act and shall, in the context have avail to school facilities and documentation. If the Ministry in connection with the implementation of supervision need documentation from Owner of school or close associates of Owner, the Ministry shall also avail of such documentation. The Ministry's right to documentation debt without being restricted by confidentiality.
Upon termination of school husbandry Ministry may in any case demand a reversed re keep standing funds set up from the public maintenance payment.
Ministry may issue regulations laying dei responsible for training activities, and also those who receive training, to providing any information and participate in evaluations and report on matters of importance for the evaluation of the training agency's activities.
§ 7-2 a. Moglege reaction forms If it is discovered contravene this act, in violation of regulations issued in prescribed by the Act or in violation of aptitudes for approval, the Ministry may issue an order to remedy the situation.
Ministry may holding eighteenth maintenance payment or benefit in approving eighteenth if the terms of this Act, terms in regulations issued prescribed by the Act or aptitudes for approval not being filled. Ministry may demand a ish eighteenth to Much disbursed grants and grant funding that is used in contravention of this Act, in violation of regulations issued in prescribed by the Act or in violation of aptitudes for approval.
First and second paragraph also applies if it is discovered conditions in conflict with other laws and regulations, and the relationship discrediting the school.
By the use of rules in first and second paragraphs shall be attached importance dei values as follows from § 1-1 second paragraph.
§ 7.2 b. Quarantine If at a school being discovered in particular serious matters in violation of this act, in violation of regulations issued in prescribed by the Act, or in violation of aptitudes for approval, and broke clear discrediting the the school or the responsible person is eminently suitable to engage in school in accordance with regulations, the Ministry may instruct quarantine directed at school or person.
Quarantine can only instruct people who have opptredd intent or aktlaust. Quarantine can only instruct persons in key positions at the school. With key positions are meint member and deputy board member, cigar, principal, school leader, shop manager and other cutting edge position at the school.
At a school imposed quarantine means that the legal unit of which the school is registered, not to search new approval or operational changes in the quarantine period. Persons who are required quarantine, the quarantine period not accede to key positions at approved schools or schools seeking approval.
Quarantine debt as a rule, for two years from the decision becomes treft. If the opposition cause special conditions of, it can be imposed quarantine for shorter or longer periods, but not longer than four years.
§ 7-3. Confidentiality The provisions on confidentiality in the Public Administration Act debt when considering matters under this Act.
§ 7-4. Obligation to provide information to the Child Welfare Service staff in schools under this Act shall in their work be wary of conditions that could lead to measures from the Child Welfare Service.
Without being restricted by confidentiality obligation shall staff of its own initiative providing any information to the Child Welfare Service when there is reason to believe that a child is being abused in the home, or when the opposition cause other forms of serious neglect,. Welfare Act §§ 4-10 4-12, or when a child has shown persistent serious behavioral difficulties, cf. § 4-24 of the same Act. Upon order from dei agencies responsible for implementing the Child Welfare Act, workers must provide such information.
§ 7-5. Information requirement for social services staff in schools under this Act shall in client issues give advice and guidance to social services. Staff should be alert to factors that should lead to action from social services, and will of its own initiative provide social services with information on such matters. By its own initiative, information can only givast with consent of the pupil, or from parents or as far INFORMATION elles can givast without being restricted by confidentiality obligation.
§ 7-6. Criminal liability If a pupil in primary school without being entitled to it absence from compulsory education, the parents or others caring for the student, punished with fines if fråværet core of that they have acted with intent or aktlaust. Freedom of prosecution are not raised utan when municipalities set up a request for such prosecution.
§ 7-7. The right to take decisions on behalf of the child when the Child Welfare Service has browning care If the Child Welfare Service has browning care under the Child Welfare Act §§ 4-8 or 4-12, has Child Welfare Service the right to take decisions on behalf of the child. Similarly Ande debt at the decision to move prohibitions under the Child Welfare Act § 4-8 and decisions about placement Welfare Act § 4-6 second paragraph.
It is still the parents of the child who has the right to demand a waiver from parts of the teaching with regard to religion or belief, ref. § 3-12, and to choose a private school, jf. Education Act § 2-1.
Chapter 8. Final Provisions
§ 8-1. Transitional Rules The ministry can not approve new schools under § 2-1 second paragraph letter f before 1 July 2009.
ministry shall issue more closely transitional rules in regulations.
For schools offering special needs made the upper secondary level in combination with elite sport, ref. § 2-1 second paragraph d, which was approved and in operation då Act took effect, debt § 2-1, third paragraph from 1 . August 2020.
§ 8-2. Lead Segn repealing Chapter 6A align force on 1 July 2010. The same applies to § 6-1, last paragraph last punktum.1
§ 8-3. Iverksetjing Act shall come into force from 1 October 2003.
instead of click becomes law on 14 June 1985 no. 73 on subsidies to private schools due and private schools that give upper secondary education (private school Act) be called off.