Decree Law 171 25/10/10 - Rules Concerning The Assessment Of The Students Of The Higher Secondary School

Original Language Title: DECRETO LEGGE N.171 25/10/10 - Norme relative alla valutazione degli studenti della Scuola Secondaria Superiore

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DELEGATED DECREE 23 April 2008 n REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO DECREE - LAW 171 of 25 October 2010 We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino Having seen the need and urgency referred to in Article 2, paragraph 2, point b) of the Law constitutional December 15, 2005 and 183 of Article 12 of the Qualified Law 184 of 12 December 2005, namely the necessity and urgency of definir ire, for the Higher Secondary School, the modalities of the school year 2010/2011 already started, in order to guarantee the Presidency, the lecturers and the students certain rules on the evaluation and organization of educational interventions; Given the decision of the 37 State Congress adopted in the sitting of 12 October 2010; Having regard to Article 5, paragraph 2, of the Constitutional Law no. 185/2005 and Article 9 and Article 10, paragraph 2, of the Qualified Law n.186 / 2005; Promulgate and publish the following Decree-Law: RULES RELATING TO THE VALUATION OF STUDENTS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TOP Art. 1 (Scope) 1. This decree-law establishes the standards for the evaluation of learning and the students' behavior Higher Secondary school, as well as the modalities of the year-end polls, from the school year 2010/2011. Art. 2 (Purpose) 1. The assessment is professional autonomy proper expression of the teaching function, in its dimension both individually and jointly, and the autonomy of the school teaching. 2. The evaluation will assess the learning process, the behavior and the overall academic performance of the pupils. The evaluation concurs with its aim of training and also through the identification of the potential and weaknesses of each student, the self-evaluation of the same pupils processes, improving levels of knowledge and to educational success, also in line with the objective lifelong learning. 3. The Faculty defines the procedures and criteria to ensure consistency, fairness and transparency of the evaluation, while respecting the principle of academic freedom. 4. The school provides families a timely information about the learning process and assessment of pupils carried out at different stages of their schooling. Art. 3 (Evaluation of learning) 1. The evaluation of learning is carried out, at the end of each period in which is divided the school year, the Class Council together with the presence of the teachers. 2. The evaluation of learning is carried out by a resolution taken, where necessary, by a majority, by awarding marks out of ten for each discipline or group of disciplines accounted for by the assignment of a single vote. In the event of a tie, the vote of the President. 3. Support teachers, co-owners of the class, participating in the evaluation of all pupils. Art. 4 (Evaluation of behavior) 1. The assessment of pupils' behavior is intended to facilitate the acquisition of a social conscience based on the awareness that personal freedom is realized in the performance of their duties, in the knowledge and exercise of their rights, respecting the rights of others and the rules that govern civil society in general and school life in particular. 2. In the intermediate and final ballot is evaluated the behavior of each student throughout the period of stay in the school premises, even in relation to the participation in the activities and educational interventions made by the school outside of its headquarters. 3. The assessment of the behavior is carried out through the award of a mark expressed in tenths by the resolution passed with Class Council, as necessary, by a majority. In the event of a tie, the vote of the President. 4. The evaluation of the behavior with less than six-tenths vote in the intermediate and final ballot is justifiably decided by the Class Council for the pupil who has committed at least one disciplinary measure involving the suspension from lessons or a more severe sanction . 5. The vote on the behavior of students contributes to the overall assessment of the student and determines if less than six tenths in the final assessment, the non-admission to the next year of the course or the final examination. 6. The evaluation of the behavior in the amount of college credit provided for in article 5, paragraph 4. Art. 5 (Formulation of the final judgment) 1. At the end of the lessons, during the ballot, the Class Council shall proceed to the evaluation
End of learning and the student's behavior referred to each school year. Shall, in addition, to the formulation of the final judgment which is to declare the admission or non-admission to the next class or the final exam as provided in the following paragraphs. 2. In classes before the final one the Class Council shall be admitted to the next class for pupils in the final ballot achieve a behavior rating of no less than six-tenths and a vote of no less than six tenths in each discipline or group of disciplines evaluated with the assignment of a single vote. 3. Admission to the final exam is done according to procedures established by the Chief Executive Decree 23 February 2007 n. 27 and its subsequent amendments. 4. The Class Council, in the final assessment of each of the last three school years, give each pupil referred to in paragraph 2 as well as to students admitted to the final exams, a credit for the progress of the studies referred to as college credit. 5. In classes before the final one the Class Council establishes the non-admission to the next class for pupils in the final ballot achieve a vote of 2 less than six tenths behavior or voting in the disciplines of less than six tenths in quantity or severity that would prevent the possibility of recovery by the start of the year following the school year. 6. In classes before the final one, against students for whom, in the final ballot, it is found that failure to achieve sufficiency in one or more disciplines, but does not immediately bring a judgment of non-promotion, the Class Council shall the postponement of the final judgment formulation. Art. 6 (Formulation of the final final judgment) 1. In case of postponement of the final judgment referred to in Article 5, paragraph 6, the results relating to all disciplines is communicated to families together with the decisions taken by the class council. Same shall be disclosed as the work program for the summer period and the manner and timing of the relevant checks. 2. In the month of September, as a rule by the end of that school year and no later than the start date of the next school year lessons, making the assessment of the recovery of the training deficiencies identified at the time of the formulation of the referral the final judgment. 3. Subsequently, the class council, in the integration of the final ballot, endeavor to verify the results obtained by the pupil during the establishment referred to in paragraph 2 and to the formulation of the final judgment which, if successful, involves admission to the frequency of the next class and the assignment of school credit where required. 4. The recovery of the verification of educational deficiencies referred to in paragraph 2, as well as the integration of the final investigation mentioned in paragraph 3 are of the Class Council's competence in the same composition as the ones who carried out the final vote count. In the event that a component of the class council does not result in service at the Higher Secondary School in the period of performance of these operations, proceed as follows: a. the teacher that is in service in another order of the school or other location is required to participate in the operations for the formulation of the final judgment. To this end it will be care of the leaderships involved agree on the timing and modalities of participation; b. the teacher who does not result in the service of the Public Administration or was took retirement, participates, if available, to transactions for the formulation of the final decision on payment of an attendance fee the amount of which is fixed by the State Congress; c. in each case the possible absence of a member of the Class Council gives rise to the appointment by the Head teacher, another teacher of the same discipline identified among the current staff at the school to which the attendance fee will be paid of which the preceding paragraph or the hiring of a teacher as a substitute under current regulations. 5. Assuming that the outcome of final ballots change the number of members to the intermediate classes is permitted right to derogate from the limits of the constitution of the classes described in Article 5 of Law 27 June 2003 n. 87, based on the criteria set out in Article 1 of the same law. Art. 7 (Evaluation of children with special needs) 1. In implementation, regarding the evaluation, the provisions of Article 6, third paragraph of the Law 141 of 21 November 1990, for pupils with special needs assessment
It takes place on the basis of an Individualized Education Plan prepared by the School and the Minor Service at the beginning of schooling and updated annually. The Class Council, during the ballot, examines the elements of judgment given by each teacher on the learning levels achieved, including through the integration and support and verify the overall results with the goals set by the Individualized Education Plan. 3 2. Where the Class Council finds that the student has reached a level of preparation conforms to the teaching objectives set by current educational programs, or at least to them globally relevant, decide in accordance with the preceding Articles. 3. In order to ensure the right to education to students with a disability, if the individualized education plan is diversified in terms of education and training objectives are not allocated to existing school programs, currency Class Council of learning outcomes, with the granting of votes relating solely for the performance of the aforementioned individualized education Plan and not to existing school curricula. These votes have therefore legal value only for the purpose of further study in the pursuit of the objectives of the individualized education plan. The aforementioned pupils can, therefore, be admitted to the next year or declared frequency repeaters also three times. At the bottom to the documents of the same pupils, it shall contain the indication according to which the vote relates to the Individualized Education Plan and not to existing school curricula. 4. If, during the next school year, be sure to learning levels corresponding to the objectives envisaged by the local school curriculum, the classroom Council resolution in accordance with the preceding Articles, without the need for suitability tests related to the disciplines of the year or the years earlier, given that the Board already possesses all the factors. 5. If the class council intends to adopt the differentiated assessment referred to in paragraph 3, he must immediately notify the family by fixing a term to express a formal agreement, failing which the proposal evaluation mode is considered accepted. In the case of express refusal, the student can not be considered with special needs are for the sole purpose of evaluation, which is carried out under the previous articles. Art. 8 (recovery activities) 1. The Secondary School is equipped with the economic and professional resources to carry out recovery activities for students who need it, especially for students in the intermediate ballot exhibit deficiencies in one or more disciplines. 2. The extent of the resources referred to in paragraph 1 shall be identified as part of the budget chapters under the Upper Secondary School in relation to economic ones, and within the definition of the general plan of the chairs provided for in Article 15 of law 17 July 1979 n. 41 as it regards personnel resources and may provide, in particular: a. the definition of a specific number of hours of overtime to be allocated to teachers who give the availability and do not have hours to spare or exceed the same; b. the partial detachment from teaching for teachers available; c. the use of staff recruited for recovery activities, in case you deem special conditions of teaching utilities; d. the use of recent graduates who have to carry out training activities and which operate under the supervision of school teachers as tutors. 3. The Higher Secondary School organizing collection activities using the resources of the preceding paragraphs, the second differentiated and flexible ways according to the different needs that may arise, taking into account the indications coming from the Class Council. Art. 9 (organizational rules) 1. In order to facilitate the teaching and educational work, as well as the organization of the activities under this Decree - Law, the teachings of the various materials are normally taught in classes formed for each address. In the case of a small number of pupils, they may be taught in classes formed by students at no more than two different addresses but still homogeneous. 4 2. In view of the central role that the Class Council takes action both in the conduct teaching and educational, as provided in Article 22 of the Legge12 21 February 1998 "General Standards on Education", both in the dialogue between school and families of the students and in order to
facilitate the operation, for each of the Higher Secondary School Class Council is annually appointed a Vice President. 3. The Vice-Presidents of the class council fall within the managerial staff figures referred to in Article 6, paragraph 2, of the Law 18 June 2008 n. 94 and provide advisory body by the school manager. In particular, the Vice-President performs the following functions: a. chair the meetings of the class council if it is not present the President; b. coordinates the class council activities, the planning and realization of interdisciplinary projects; c. coordinates the class council activities related to the elaboration and implementation of the Individualized Education Plan referred to in Article 7, keeping contact with the Minors' Service; d. He collaborates with other Vice-Presidents in the conduct of activities common to multiple classes; is. It maintains contact with the families and representatives of the parents; f. It serves as a liaison between the class council and the Headmaster; g. She collaborates with the Headmaster for the best performance of the school activities. 4. By agreement with the unions, it will define the appointment procedures and regulation, the class Deputy figure subject to the availability of the person concerned. 5. At the time of poll, the possible absence of results in class member of the Board appointed by the Head teacher, another teacher of the same discipline identified among the staff on duty at the school to which the token will be paid presence of Article 6, paragraph 4, letter b., or the hiring of a teacher as a substitute under current regulations. 6. In the poll, the Class Council shall, as a rule, chaired by the school manager. If unable to attend, the school head may delegate the vice chairman or, only for the intermediate ballot, the Vice President of the Class Council. Art. 10 (the beginning of the year activities) 1. In consideration commitment determined by verification and integration activities of the ballots referred to in Article 6, the beginning of the year the activities referred to in Article 26, paragraph 3, of the Law 12 February 1998 n.21, the Upper Secondary School are postponed to the following weeks the start of classes, part time non-teaching. Art. 11 (Repeals) 1. It is repealed the Law 104 of 8 September 1995. 2. It shall also repealed the provisions concerning the voting behavior of the Rules of the Middle Schools to Middle Schools Italian Government treated the 12 August 1946 45. 3. Also repealed all rules contrary to the present decree-law. Given at Our Residence, this day of 25 October 2010/1710 THE CAPTAINS REGENT Giovanni Francesco Ugolini - Andrea Crocuses THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS Valeria Ciavatta 5

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