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LAW AND REGULATION ON THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. (1) June 28, 1910 Law School. Compulsory schooling. Art. 1. - All boys and girls who have completed the age of six years and where parents, or those who take their place, does not procure the necessary uz ist one, by means of private schools or with the 'teaching in the home, they must be sent to public schools. (2) Private education, subject to control higher educational authority, one feels in front of the school authorities themselves. Art. 2. - The compulsory school, referred to in Article 1, it is limited to the lower primary education in rural districts. Art. 3. - The School Board will have to fill out every year by the Office of Civil Status, a month before the opening of schools, lists, divided by jurisdictions, of children through age required to attend public schools, aggiunendovi the indication of the parents or whoever holds the place. These lists, which were seen afterwards ol register of children inscribed in schools, will be used to observe the missing. Art. 4. - At the opening of schools, found not obliged presentation of children, the School Board, after notifying the parents or guardians, with individual alerts, provides for research to ascertain negligence or poverty, for the purposes of 'educational assistance. Even the teachers dispatched periodically similar individual notices to parents and guardians of children negligent. If the recalled not compariscono Office management or not giust Ficano coll'istruzione procured differently, with health reasons or other justified reasons, the absences of children from public school or you will not submit them within one week from admonition, incur in setting the penalty established in article. Art. 5. - The fine is the cent. 50, but after that it was applied twice unnecessarily, it can rise to 3 L., and L. from 3 to 6 up to the maximum of 10 L. depending of continued reluctance. The fine will be applied in all its degrees in the course of a year; another will be as follows, starting from the first grade. Ascertained the contravention by the President of the Patron or the offender is always permissible to make the offering. Otherwise the violation is reported to the Office of the Conciliator. Art. 6. - The fine is imposed as much for enrollment neglect, but for the usual unjustified absence counted as the third of the mse lessons. Art. 7. - The sum collected for fines reverts to C ssa of the Patronato. Art. 8. - The fathers of families or those who take their place in the way and for the purposes intended by the preceding articles, and that the day of implementation of this law have the children aged 7 to 10 years are required to comply with the provisions of mandatory schooling and liable in case of violations, the penalties laid down by this gge. Subject matter and teaching obligation. public schools. Art. 9. - The education that is imparted in primary schools of the Republic is two degrees: lower and upper. The instruction of the lower degree: the first notions of the duties of man and citizen, the reading, the writing, the rudiments of it liana language, arithmetic, the metric system, the basic outline of the geography and history of Italian and sammrinese, the various notions. In girls' schools, the womanly work. Higher education, as well as the performance of the lower grade materials, be extended appropriately, including: the rules of composition, grammar, geometry, the first notions of physical and natural sciences, the linear design. Art. 10. - The lower course includes three classes, the top two; each class has a duration of one year. No one can be enrolled in the first course it has not reached the age of six. Art. 11. - The elementary education is given free in all Districts of the Republic, to the extent appropriate to the needs of the population, and facilitated dl Government with appropriate forms of educational assistance. Management and supervisory bodies Exams. Art. 12. - The government elementary schools are independent, in accordance with the law and regulations, from an educational direction and supervised by special commissions. These leadership bodies and inspection are headed by the Deputation of studies and higher education in the Congress. Art. 13. - In order to determine the profit of the students and to determine the class promotions, admissions, the acquittals, licenses, they are being made in each school bimonthly tests and final, on the subject matters taught during the year in accordance with the relevant programs. Eligibility, election and duties of teaching staff. (3) Art. 14.
- The people who have been entrusted with teaching the every elementary school of the Republic, must be provided with the eligibility requirements issued by the teaching institutions and should be selected on a routine competition. Art. 15. - The teacher, hired teaching after cncorso, is appointed for a trial three-year period, which made the nomination buy basis. Art. 16. - The teachers who violate the duties which are the ro imposed by the laws and school regulations or are habitual negligence or guilty of facts if it is severely compromised their reputation or their morality, are subject, according to the seriousness of the cases, the following disciplinary punishments: warning, censure, suspension, lic nziamento, deposition. Art. 17. - The punishments are pronounced, after information from the Congress of the studies. The accused has the right to defense. Against a supporting deliberations of the last three sentences there is no right to appeal to the Arbitration Commission. Salaries and pensions (4) Art. 18. - The Elementary Schools of the Republic are divided into urban and rural. The starting salaries assigned to each sno School set by the table attached to the Regulations. Art. 19. - The salaries of elementary teachers are accresono of a tenth to every six years of actual service. The increase takes place in six years matured, four times and no more ', and always on the basis of the starting salary. Art. 20. - the teachers, after 30 years of regular service, are entitled to a pension, paid on the average of the salaries enjoyed. Art. 21. - The right to an allowance for a fixed Solav ta, corresponding to one-twelfth of the average salary: a) teachers become unable to service, for work due to illness contracted by reason of their duties, whatever the duration of the service ; b) teachers who having served for a period longer than 10 years have become unable to work for several reasons; c) teachers having served for more than 10 years they were dismissed for unsuitability teaching; d) teachers with more 'than 10 years of attivià rassegnassero his resignation; e) the widows or orphans teacher who served for more than to years 10. Art. 22. - The formation of the teacher pension fund contributes from the day of regular employment at the extent of 4 per cent on salary perceived. REGULATION Compulsory Education. Art. 1. - The children obliged to primary education dbbono attend schools established in the Districts of the Republic. The education requirement intendesi satisfied when Siasi passed the third exam (completion). Art. 2. - For teaching in different classes you observe the programs and instructions that are issued directly by the Government or the Congress of the studies and the educational management. E 'prohibited any changes that would affect the substance and extent. Art. 3. - The supervision on the fulfillment of the obligation to education is assigned to the Executive Board and the School Patronage, the maintenance of which the Government of the Republic competes with a fixed annual allowance, for the sake of public school assistance. Art. 4. - For a decade after the closure of schools, public school management a poster reminding parents, guardians, citizens that year in custody and under their addiction or how to employ it in the age of children attend schools, the obligation to them is required by law. Poster with the same direction will also invite, the above-mentioned persons, to personally declare or in writing to the school, within 15 days, the manner in which they intend to fulfill this obligation: if using the public schools, private schools or with the teaching family. Art. 5. - Within the month of July, the Department is to compile the list by the Office of Civil Status, distinguished by the District, of all children believed to have been obliged to primary education. This list will indicate the names of the parents of children or persons who by law are required to procure them elementary education. Art. 6. - The Education Office and the vigilanz Commission, elected by the Patronage School, examine the list format by the Office of Civil Status and the statements of the parents and all those who are obliged to procure education to children , and invite with individual notices to appear in the Office School, before the end of August, those who have not made any statements or statements which are by Management and the Commission deemed insufficient or deficient.
After hearing the statements of those concerned, the Directorate and the Commission propose the final list of required for the upcoming school year, in which list will be understood as those whose parents registered office, or whoever they are, have not made any statement or they will not be presented to the Office of Management. The Directorate also compile a list of children which the instruction takes place in private schools or in the family. The lists mentioned in this article will be remitted to Congress copy higher education. Art. 7. - The lists of required will be published no more 'later than 15 September and posted in each District until the opening of the school year. These lists will be preceded by the provisions establishing the obligation of education and the penalty that the law imposes on offenders. Art. 8. - After the registration deadline, which takes place after 15 days from the opening of school courses to teachers of individual schools to transmit a copy of the direction of the registry entries. The inscriptions were made subsequently, as a result dell'ammonizione or application of the fine, will be degl'insegnanti otificate to the Directorate within 5 days after the inscription. Art. 9. - The management and the Commission of the Foundation, found the records of inscribed and lists of required, invite with individual alerts parents or guardians of children in default, to give the reasons for the failure to register no more 'later than 15 November. Where the reasons addote to justify the non-registration are not considered sufficient, the Management Commission and admonish the children of parents, or whoever they are, to proceed to enrollment within a short mandatory period, trascor or who will be declared offenders. Those who injunction to fulfill the obligation of enrollment or to submit justifications have not responded will be made individually research by government messengers, and they will have to directly ascertain the causes of the failure. The Executive Board and the Commission, examined the records of agents of rice ca, if they consider unjustified failure inscription they shall proceed as in the paragraph precedent. Art. 10. - In order to monitor the attendance of pupils, the Directorate and the Commission elected by the Patronato, will convene ordinarily once in the first week of school month. The teachers are required to transmit to the Department a list of children that during the month were missing all or part of the lessons with the indication of justifications provided and the stresses they made the negligent. The Executive Board and the Commission, after appropriate examination, if they consider that the unjustified absences reach the third of classes in the month, will declare according to law and will have the usual lack in that the parents of children negligent, or whoever they are, they are sought and warned and, in the event of default, declared offenders, following the rules laid down in the previous article for non-registration. Art. 11. - of the meetings of the Executive Board and the Commission will be prepared to adjust the minutes to be transmitted to Congress for action Studies considers that this may be necessary. Schools and classes. Art. 12. - The Government of the Republic will provide basic education adequately to the needs of the population. As a rule in jurisdictions having an abit nti number not exceeding 800, the schools are unique mixed. Art. 13. - The schools are of two categories: urban and rural. The first category of City Schools, Borgo and Serravalle; the second the Montegiardino Schools, Faetano, Fiorentino, Domagnano, Acquaviva, Chiesanuova. Art. 14. - In urban schools is not allowed pairing of more 'than two classes. Art. 15. - The lower male elementary schools, may be entrusted to masters so as to teachers; the higher male teachers only. Art. 16. - In all the jurisdictions of the Republic will be established evening schools that have Office to continue and expand the education received by the children in the lower reaches, and to learn to read and write to illiterate adults. Districts in the City, Village and the Serravalle Evening school is divided into two sections. Art. 17. - The duration of the Evening school can not be less than 4 months, with no less than 10 hours of instruction per week divided into 5 lessons. Schools are held in these registers as in the ordinary and you follow the plans and instructions established by the management. Art. 18. - For this special service, the responsible teachers remuneration will be paid at the rate of
L. 1,50 per lesson, provided that the school has worked under the regulation; that assiduous pupils were a sufficient number to justify the operation of the Evening school; that siansi commendable results obtained; which occurred exams. Art. 19. - The attending that at the end of the course have passed the exam, obtain the relevant certificate, conforming the model annexed to this Regulation. Art. 20. - The Night Schools are subject, such as daylight, to the direction and supervision of the school authorities. The teacher Evening school has the duty to submit to the Directorate, the list of members and that of the regulars at least two-thirds of lessons, that of the present final exam and approved. supervisory and management bodies. Art. 21. - The Congress of Studies and the Deputation of Studies, which is the executive body, have the supreme surveillance of all public schools. Part, by right, a representative of the Congress of elementary teachers appointed each year. The Government of the Republic shall remit to the Patronato Sc lastic, in which she is represented under the institution's Statute by the two Deputies of the studies, the appointment of a Supervisory Commission. Art. 22. - The Commission is charged with ensuring, together with the Education Office, the fulfillment of mandatory schooling; care that the reopening of local schools to meet hygiene requirements and are provided furniture and teaching materials needed; excites the fathers and mothers of families to take care of in time enrollment of children in public school; It promotes the frequency. In no case, however, it can take over tasks in educational matters. Art. 23. - All the elementary schools of the Republic shall be under the immediate authority of the Director having an educational eligibility requirements and to whom will be entrusted only possibly teaching sixth grade in cities with daily time of 3 hours. Art. 24. - The Director: responsible for the implementation of laws and government deiregolamenti and congressional studies instruction, for everything related to the educational, teaching and discipline in the school; Fill out the posters for entries and, together with the Commission of the Patronato, supervises the fulfillment of mandatory schooling; sends periodically, free postage, individual notices to parents and guardians of enrolled children who do not regularly attend school; supervises the maintenance of discipline and compliance of the organization of teachers, pupils, and the attendants; conferring with parents or guardians of pupils and informs failings, punishments, absences, conduct and profit of the same; visit all the schools and classes and occasionally assists in lessons; It revises the school work corrected by teachers, and subjects, when deems appropriate, pupils in special experiments, written and oral; convene the teaching staff, who must be heard collegially on the conduct of the programs, the teaching method, the choice of textbooks and other matters of order and discipline teaching; responds the regular record keeping; advice teachers and, if necessary, calls them the exact fulfillment of their duties without menomarne the 'moral UTHORITY, especially before the pupils; shall in the cases of absence and impediment of the masters; It refers to school Deputation inconveniences that occur in schools, should the remedy exceed its jurisdiction and shall announce it Deputation of absences and shortcomings of teachers when his calls are managed fruitless; accompagn the higher authorities on visits to schools; provides to the Government or the Congress of the studies, when so requested, news and statistical data relating to the Schools; Fill out the school calendar and submit it to the Congress of the studies; supervises the evening schools; has the delivery of furniture and school supplies which holds regular inventory, will ensure its preservation and makes governmental administration requests that values necessary for new purchases and repairs to local and school supplies; transmits the end of the school year at the Government of the Republic a detailed report on the educational and disciplinary procedure of the schools under his direction, the results achieved, on the needs and on the work of individual teachers, talking to these observations when they constitute unsatisfactory remarks so that they are enabled to present to the higher authorities of their justifications. Art. 25. - In case of absence or inability of the Director, the more 'old master of the upper classes in
reason of the service provided, and subject by reason of age, the location and schools where the director has its official seat and assume the substitution when the absence does not last more than a month. For absences of more 'long life, the Government provides its own initiative. The fee is charged to the subrogation of the Director, if the absence is motivated by special interests him; if it is due to illness, the subrogation is paid at government expense. Duration of the school year and the lessons. Art. 26. - The duration of the school year is 10 months. I am included in this period of 15 days for the registration, entrance examinations and repairs and 15 days for final exams. As a rule the elementary schools of the Republic is prone September 15 and close July 15. (5) However, the Congress of Studies may establish different dates for the opening and closing of schools and exceptionally grant extraordinary holiday for local reasons. Art. 27. - The s'impartiscono lessons every day of the school term, except the following: Wednesdays; Sundays and all public holidays recognized by the Government; October 1 and April 1, entry of Regiment Captains nti; the day of commemoration of the dead; February 5, the anniversary of the liberation of the Republic by Cardinal Alberoni; March 27, the anniversary dell'Arringo; May 1, Universal Labor Day; another 15 days the total allocation for the Christmas holidays, Carnival and Easter. And 'it is forbidden any other holiday; and only if both cu holiday on Thursday will lecture on Wednesday. Art. 28. - In agreement with the Director of Studies, the teacher in u of the month will take part time in an instructive walk. The teacher is also authorized to conduct the pupils to other walks on holidays. Art. 29. - In all schools must note the schedule shown in the table attached to this Regulation. Students. Art. 30. - No child can be registered for the first time in lower elementary schools, whether he has accomplished or not accomplished, by December of this year, the six years of age. No student who has crossed 12 years can stay in the lower reaches, nor can attend the upper reaches those beyond 15 years, except for justifiable reasons have delayed beyond the legal limits, the beginning of the elementary course. Art. 31. - In order to enroll in the first class requires faith of birth and certificate of vaccination undergone successful. For enrollment in all other classes, the student pr intervener from public school must submit the promotion of previous class document. Art. 32. - The student coming from private or paternal school must pass the entrance examination to the class in which the application for entering, submitting the documents specified in Article 31, paragraph 1. Art. 33. - And 'subjected revaccination to the pupil who hast suffered vaccination 10 years before. The Director and the teachers are required to comply with that obligation. Art. 34. - The registration and admissions take place only the beginning of the school year, except for the children who are present in the coseguenza dell'ammonizione School of the fine imposed or to their parents or whoever they are. Art. 35. - The student coming from the United Elementary School is permitted in the schools of the Republic, provided that a resident of San Marino. Art. 36. - For the enrollment and attendance at public schools are not allowed to rule the change of venue not determined by change of residence. However the educational management has reserved the right, for justified reasons or for lack of class of exceptionally grant the pupil of a District permission to enrollment and attendance at other schools fraction coll'assenso of their teachers. Art. 37. - Towards pupils who lack their duties and deficiencies persist in you can use the following disciplinary means: 1 ° warning; 2nd complaint noted in the register with the communication g suppliers that must be returned stamped; 3rd censured and warning to parents to show up at school. In case of no show the student will be sent home; 4 ° suspension from school for one to five days of lessons; 5th exclusion from school for the current year. And 'all forms of punishment other than those indicated in this article. Art. 38. - The teacher can inflict, in proportion gr activity of faults, the penalties referred to n. 1st, 2nd, 3rd of the preceding article. The one-day suspension imposed by the master. For the suspension of two to five days approve the didactic director is required.
The penalty of exclusion can be imposed that the students who have completed the required course. It is the judgment by the Congress of a reasoned decision Studies, at the proposal of the class teacher, felt the collegial opinion of teachers chaired by the Director. Penalties, suspension and exclusion of the Director gives notice in writing to the families. Art. 39. - Where acts of permanent pupil indiscipline and immorality are such as to leave no doubt that may arise from mental abnormalities the teacher may, upon advice of the medical officer, propose the definitive expulsion from the school that will be deliberated by the Congress of Studies. Exams. Art. 40. - In all elementary schools of the republic pupils of classes 1a, 2a and 4a are exempted from final exams for promotion when in the final assessment, made on monthly averages and the votes given to schoolwork and have obtained in Profitt conduct an average of 6 tenths for each subject. Schools teaching in women's work with rre the formation of averages. Art. 41. - The masters determine the averages of partial and total coll'insegnante agreement of the next higher class and with the Director or his representative. Art. 42. - The students of 1st 2nd and 4th class not promoted without Sami, are subject to promotion exams in the first two weeks of the school year ensuing. Art. 43. - The pupils attending the third grade at the end of the school year shall be submitted to the acquittal of education obligation, and the fifth and possibly sixth licensing examination. Art. 44. - The entrance exams to various classes will give her first two weeks of each school year. Art. 45. - The examination sessions are two: the first takes place at the end of the school year and opens with the operations of the final ballot; the second at the beginning of the year subsequent school year. will not be granted any other supplementary or extraordinary session, but for adults who wish to support the completion of examination or license. In this case, the Director of Studies may, by prior arrangement glue Deputation, to set the date and form of the test, in strict compliance with the provisions laid down in this Regulation for final exams. Art. 46. - The decision on profit and on the conduct of aunni and on each exam is expressed with votes that rise from zero to ten, with no fractions. Sufficiency is determined by six. Art. 47. - At the end of each two-month period there shall be a poll to determine the classifications and conduct of all students in each discipline. The class teacher first assign a definitive rating to the conduct and for profit on the basis of evidence provided by the pupil during the two-month period. In addition they will do special experiments. The judgment of the experiments above, will be given by the teacher together with the Director or with another teacher, the upper class, delegated by the Director himself. The final point of the bimonthly classification will be the average between the point assigned by the teacher for two months and one assigned ell'esperimento. Wherever a fraction of a half-point this will be marked. All bi-monthly essays will be retained by the Director. Art. 48. - At the end of the school year we proceed to the final ballot for the state, as a result, such students are exempt from exams and who must support them. The ballot is determined from the average of every two months and is not assigned when lacking the votes of three two-month periods, or only the last two months. Be reckoned in favor pupil fractions exceeding half a point, the lower are neglected. Students are exempt from those tests for which they deserved in the last quarter and in the final assessment is not less than six points for the profit, provided they have deserved no less than seven points in the conduct. No student can be exempt from some or all of the examination papers will have to support them in the second session. They can not be exempted from examinations of promoting those students who have been absent for a third of lessons. Art. 49. - are excluded from the completion of examinations and licensing of the first session, those students who have earned the final ballot fewer than five points in profit. Are excluded all evidence before dettiesami session, pupils in the final assessment did not achieve six points in conduct or have been absent for unjustified reasons, a third of the number of classes. Art. 50. - In primary schools are given the following tests: a) the admission or promotion to the second class, third and fifth;
b) the fulfillment in the lower primary education for school obligatory effects, and for admission to the fourth class; c) license. No one can be permitted to attend, even temporarily, a class, if it has not achieved its admission title. The certificate that is issued following examination of fulfillment and license must bear the signature as well as the Director of Deputies to the Public Studies. Art. 51 - In those areas which require more 'test papers, each test is always judged separately, so at the end of the bi-monthly periods, as in the final assessment and examinations. It is not allowed any compensation. In the disciplines for which the examination will require more 'evidence will be admitted to the subsequent tests also be those who had less than 6 in the first Test. In the second session, the candidate is required to repeat and the only failed test. Art. 52. - For the promotion exams and admission, the teacher of the class proposes three themes for each written test, and the Examining Committee chooses one that is dictated by the teacher of the class. For the compimenot or licensing exams, the teacher of the class offers a series of themes for each written examination and the Commission chooses three for each test; so the presence of the test takers we proceed to draw a theme, which is now dictated by the teacher of the class as for the dictation test. Art. 53. - The evidence of the exams that are given in the public schools are as follows: Written tests: a) for admission and promotion to the second class: write from dictation; b) for admission and promotion to the third class: write from dictation; a short exercise in composition; c) for the essay exams and diammissione or promotion to the fifth class: write from dictation; Italian composition; solving an arithmetic problem with not more 'than two questions, each of which does not require more' than two operations. d) for the licensing exam: Italian composition; solving a problem of arithmetic or geometry with no more 'than two questions, each of which requires a maximum of three operations; compiling an account or administration document domestic company or to the small business, calligraphy essay. Writing under dictation is always classified ome calligraphy essay. The drawing paper is compulsory in schools where it imparts as a special subject. Oral tests: a) for the promotion and admission to class the second and third: Reading (in the adopted text); answers to questions on pace bed; practical arithmetic; b) for the completion of examination and promotion to the fifth grade: reading (of the book different from the one adopted); summary and explanation on pace bed; references to grammar concepts; geography and history; arithmetic; duties and rights of man and citizen. c) for the licensing exam: Reading (on different book from the adopted text); summary and explanation of the bed step; references to grammar concepts; notions of history and Italian and local geography; the establishment of the Italian State and San Marino and civil morality; notions of arithmetic and geometry; practice accounting and household; notions of physical and natural sciences and health. In licensing exams for candidates from private schools or paternal oral examinations extend to the whole subject of the last two years. d) womanish working trial in all female schools and for pupils of mixed schools, according to the programs in force. Art. 54. - In classes 3a, 4a and 5a of the written tests as a rule will be performed on separate days urban schools, in the morning. For the fulfillment of exams in rural they can be performed in the morning the written tests and the oral tests in the afternoon. In fulfillment of examinations and licensing candidates scr veranno so much the minute as good copies on paper signed by the President of the Examination Committee, and deliver copies per minute and good assistant teacher exam. Art. 55. - The oral exams for 2nd and 3rd classes will last 10 to 20 minutes; those of fulfillment, admission and promotion to the fifth and license from 20 to 30, in total for all the evidence. The oral license tests may assist the families of candidates and the teachers who instructed them privately. Art. 56. - The examining boards are made up as follows: a) for admission, promotion and fulfillment, dir playe r or its designee, the teacher of the class and another teacher chosen at random, with the customary forms, including the number of masters and mistresses suitable urban schools. b) for the license, recognized as valid for admission to secondary schools, the Director, the
master class and two teachers, one of literary and the other of materials science subjects. The examining boards are chaired by the Director and teaching. Art. 57. - Of the work of the Committees for the exams fulfill ent and license must be drawn up the minutes in two copies, one to be held nlla school and one to be kept in the Directorate. Art. 58. - The members of the examining boards is up 8 lire per diem when they travel outside their official residence. If in distant place no later than two kilometers lire 6. Eligibility and appointment of teachers. (6) Art. 59. - All the missing places in primary schools will be covered by the competition. E 'on the faculty of the Government, upon advice of the Congress of Studies and Management, to limit the competition to teachers only in service of the Republic, provided they are in possession of the documents took the following article. Art. 60. - The documents that competitors must show, in support of the application to be cent stamp paper. 60, they are the following: a) the legal title of enabling; b) the birth certificate; c) a medical certificate stating that the competitor is basically healthy and free of physical imperfections such as to diminish the prestige of a teacher or to preclude the full performance of its duties; d) the certificate of morality, for the last three years; e) the criminal record; f) all other documents that the competitor deems it appropriate to present. The documents referred to in letters c, d, e, shall be of no earlier date to the last 6 months from the date of the competition. The candidate which is already in service of the Republic is exempt from presenting the documents referred to in subparagraphs b, c, d, e. Art. 61. - The documents can be submitted in original or in a duly authenticated copy. Art. 62. - The Government of the Republic shall remit the appointment of the Competition Commission for the ranking at the Congress of Public Studies. Art. 63. - The Government of the Republic may provide for the vacancy with a temporary appointment of opinion and proposal of the Congress and of the Executive Board, as long as the appointment is made for a period not exceeding one year; after which it must be banned regular competition. Art. 64. - The teacher who got the job in BC ncorso is appointed for a trial three-year period, which made the appointment buys continuing basis, unless the master has been before the three years are dismissed for reasons didattche and having heard the opinion of the Congress of Studies. Art. 65. - The notice of dismissal must be approved no later than the end of April. Art. 66. - The General Council, on a proposal and deliberation of the school Congress may at any time, release teachers for incompetence teaching, occurred as a result of illness. To get a place in this dispensation of the service, it is necessary that the unsuitability is apparent from the minutes of the supervisory bodies and management, and that the illness which has given you cause is found by a visit of three doctors, who determines that the disease has no chance of recovery and that the teacher would not be able to continue or to summarize the LOCK catkin even after the lapse of the periods of absence or expectations set out in this Regulation in favor of forced masters, for health reasons, to stop the service. Art. 67. - Before the pantry deliberation by the service, the master must be allowed a reasonable time to submit its comments. The Great and General Council to approve the proposed exemption from Congress, may on its own initiative or at the interested instance, undertake further investigations and provide that the teacher is subject to the new collegiate medical visit. Art. 68. - For the masters of absence may be granted permits for justified reasons for a term not exceeding two months for each school year. For no more 'than five days permission is granted by the management. If the absence should be prolonged for over 15 days, the teacher is not entitled to the salary, and the Government or the Congress of the studies must nominargli an alternate. Art. 69. - The teacher who can not go to school due to illness must inform the Director. If the hard more 'disease 15 days the Government is obliged to provide at its expense to substitute. The teacher absent due to illness is considered on duty and is entitled to the entire salary, as long as the absence is prolonged for not more 'than six months. Art. 70. - The alternates referred to in the previous articles will be paid in annual salary reason assigned to the School from the table. Art. 71. - After six months of absence due to illness, the teacher must demonstrate to be able to
resume service or ask the absence for health reasons. In different case it is placed in office expectations. If the placement on leave is promoted office, the Congress of the studies is to accompany its proposal with an officer's certificate healthcare rio proving the continuation of the disease and the inability to summarize the service. The expectation is decided by the Great and General Council. Against such resolution it is subject to appeal to the Arbitration Commission. Art. 72. - During the expectation is paid to the master half of the salary he actually receives. Art. 73. - Leave may not exceed 18 months, but also ceases before, with the cessation of the cause for which it was deliberate. Expiry of the maximum period of eighteen months, one who is not able to resume the service shall lapse from office and is admitted to the payment of a pension or allowance that may competergli. Art. 74. - The time spent on unpaid leave shall be counted for the purposes of retirement. Duties and discipline. (7) Art. 75. - The teacher is obliged to observe the instructions given, within their respective powers, the Director and the Deputies to the Public Studies. For all that relates to the performance morale and discipline in the school and to the material, the teacher should ask the Director. They can not impose obligations to master other than those contemplated in the law and this Regulation. Art. 76. - As a rule, the teacher is obliged to reside in the place where he goes to school. Each permit contrary to that provision must be granted by the Council u favorable opinion of Congress of Studies. Art. 77. - The teacher can not miss the regular school without permission of the Director, except in case of illness or absence, of an official duty or other public service. Art. 78. - Both in the school and outside the teacher must take an exemplary attitude, which befits a public educator. Art. 79. - E 'forbidden teachers to receive, from the students' families, compensation or remuneration in any form and title. And 'also it is forbidden to them to do private lessons to their students or to keep them at retirement. The Director is prohibited, as well as this, the private primary education. Art. 80. - In schools where it lacks the supervision of caretakers or farmyards, the teacher must be in class 10 minutes before the beginning of classes to oversee the students' input. In mixed schools the exit and possibly ancge admission of pupils, and pupils must be made in some time with the interval of 10 minutes. Art. 81. - By the Director and teachers must be lodged with each group of schools, or in every single school, a small library for children and a collection of objects, especially the locations for the teaching of things. Art. 82. - The teacher keeps in order the prescribed registers; Note the absences and the merit points of pupils, both for the study, both for the conduct; shall in accordance with the law in order that children are routinely missing or who drop out of school; fill in the first month of school the detailed program for the classes that are tt his addiction, or proposals which may be necessary to estimate detailed program that eventually could be formulated by the Directorate; diligently fill out the school diary in accordance with the instructions that are given by the Directorate: care that pupils are catered for in the books and the necessary items to school, they are clean and in the role in the person and teaches them the necessary hygiene standards. Art. 83. - If a pupil present symptoms of infectious and contagious disease, the master shall report immediately to the Director, and refers the student to the parents. Art. 84. - The Director, or if no master, readmit to school, where circumstances warrant, the students who were absent; if the absence is prolonged for more 'than three days, it requires the grounds to the family. Art. 85. - The teacher when he is required, or when it is deemed desirable, and in any case at the end of the month or two months, with the report card, informs intor relatives or behaviors and to the study of the students, and warns them of absences. He warns well as relatives whether the warnings and punishments are successful pupil dates fruitless and when, after that, it finds no improvement report to the Director. Art. 86. - In the last days of school the teacher assigns to the students some work written for the autumn holidays, some exercises related to the things taught in the year and reading some books from the small library school. Art. 87. - Within a period of 10 days after the closure of schools, each teacher shall submit to the Director
registers well ordered and signed and is on the form that will be presented by the Directorate a brief report on teaching, on the frequency of the students, their diligence and Profitt obtained. In the case could not carry the entire educational program nor tell the reasons. disciplinary punishments. (8) Art. 88. - The disciplinary punishments are pronounced and proposals all'Ecc.ma Regency or the Great and General Council by the Congress of Studies. Art. 89. - The warning is given by the Deputation of Studies and is to rimostrare to the teacher, orally or in writing, the lack on his part, with esortazi it to no more 'ricadervi; censorship consists of a formal declaration of the misconduct or reprimand in which the teacher is committed. It is given also by the Deputation of Studies after successful compartment warning; the suspension from the office which is to ban made to the master to exercise his functions in the school which it is applied; It can not be less than fifteen days and not longer than three months. It draws him salary deprivation. This punishment is applied directly by the General Council; dismissal for disciplinary reasons, always promoted by the Congress of Studies and approved by the General Council, can be applied at any time: a) the habitual negligence in the performance of its duties; b) well-known facts that they did fall into public contempt; c) to be incurred over the last five years three times the penalty of censure and two in those of the suspension; the deposition matter the loss of the rights and benefits that the teacher holds after his election. Art. 90. - In case of urgency is given the power to Congress and to the xed Deputation of Ecc.ma Regency glue agreement, to suspend doubt, so to provvisi it, from the exercise of its functions that teacher that could not without grave inconvenience co inuarle. The school authorities have used this option is required to make within a period of 10 days the disciplinary proceedings for confirmation or revocation of the measure. Art. 91. - At the disciplinary proceedings brought by the Congress of Studies, coll'intervento of two thirds of the members, the teacher has the right to appear in person, or send their written defenses. Art. 92. - Pronunciation judgment, the proposed penalty by the Congress of Studies, in the case of suspension, dismissal, or deposition, must have the sanction of the General Council. Art. 93. - Against the application of the penalties established in the preceding article is entitled to appeal to the Arbitration Commission. economic status. (9) Art. 94. - The salaries of elementary teachers are determined by the table attached to this Regulation. Art. 95. - The salaries of teachers of all schools and regulations will accrue a tenth to every six years matured actual service, for four six-year periods and no more ', based on the starting salary. Art. 96. - The trial three-year period is computed to the effects of the six-year and the board. Art. 97. - The payment of wages takes place in the existing forms for all offices of the Republic. (1) This Act and the Regulations were approved "subject to coordination with the organic law" (12 May 1910) which, for this must take precedence over contrary provisions that were contained in this Act and its Regulations. (2) Decree of June 28, 1910 interim: "Every year the Congress of the studies by the end of August, along with the Education Office tells the Parish Council in which you can apply on compulsory" law. Decree of 11 August 1907: "The elementary school is mandatory." (3) See Note 1 (4) See Note 1 (5) Decree of 17 October 1901: Art. 1. - The elmentari schools of city and village will have the principle together with the exams on October 10 every year. Art. 2. - Those elementary schools will end, every year, in the summer after completing his exams of each class of the High School and Gymnasium. (6) See Organic Law May 12, 1910 and Note 1a to the present law. (7) See Organic Law May 12, 1910 and Note 1a to the present law. (8) See Organic Law May 12, 1910 and Note 1a to the present law. (9) See Organic Law May 12, 1910 and Note 1a to the present law.
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