Royal Decree 929/1993 Of 18 June, Which Approves The Organic Regulation Of The Institutes Of Secondary Education.

Original Language Title: Real Decreto 929/1993, de 18 de junio, por el que se aprueba el Reglamento orgánico de los institutos de educación secundaria.

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Organic Law 1/1990 of 3 October, General order of the system education, in its title IV, devoted to the quality of teaching, orders public authorities pay priority attention to the factors favouring the quality and improvement of teaching and, in particular, instructs the educational administrations that promote the pedagogical and organisational autonomy of the centres , and which encourage the teamwork of teachers and the exercise of the directive function.


The Organization of the centres and the exercise of the directive function, laid down in title III of the Act 8/1985 of 3 July, regulating the right to education, should be aimed, therefore, to achieve a higher quality of education offered. Centers shall enjoy autonomy for the realization of stage curriculum projects and the distribution of resources, competences and responsibilities.


Secondary education is characterized by the progressive diversification of the areas of knowledge, culminating in the disciplines of high school and in specific vocational training, structured in vocational training of medium and top grade. The planning and delivery of these teachings requires an organization in departments, including one specific to guide students in the choice of studies suited to their interests.


The regulations approving this Royal Decree intended to give adequate response to these demands and become an orderly compendium of what affects the Government, management and direction of the institutes of secondary education, as well as to teaching programming and the participation of the students.


Consequently, the regulation, after establishing in its title I General provisions, regulates in its title II institutes of secondary education governing bodies, adapting them to the characteristics and requirements of the new educational system. Title III is dedicated to the organs of teaching coordination, with the establishment of new departments, the establishment of the pedagogical Coordination Commission and the regulation of the functions of tutors. Title IV deals with the regime of operation and regulates the procedure for the preparation of the education project, the curriculum projects of each stage and the annual general programming, and specifies what these should contain. Title V establishes the functions of the Board of delegates of students and delegates own competences. Title VI is devoted to the economic regime. The functioning in institutes of associations of parents of pupils and students associations is regulated by Title VII. Finally, title VIII makes reference to the regime of teachings.


By virtue, on the proposal of the Minister of education and science, prior review of the School Council of the State, according to the Council of State and after deliberation by the Council of Ministers at its meeting of June 18, 1993, D I S P O N G O: only article.


Approving the organic regulations of the institutes of secondary education that are located within the territorial scope of management which corresponds to the Ministry of education and science.


Sole additional provision.


The new jobs which are determined in the regulation approved by the present Royal Decree will be covering progressively to budgetary availability permitted.


Sole repeal provision.


The following regulations are hereby repealed: a) the organic regulations of the national institutes of secondary education, approved by Royal Decree 264/1977, of 21 January, except for rules relating to organs of teaching coordination will continue provisionally in force, in the terms established in the third transitional provision of the regulations approving this Royal Decree.


b) the rules of procedure of the governing bodies of public basic general education, secondary education and vocational training centres, approved by Royal Decree 2376 / 1985, December 18, in relation to high school and institutes of vocational training, without prejudice to the validity of articles 25, 26 and 28 in the terms provided for in the third transitional provision of the regulations approving this Royal Decree.


(c) articles 18, 19 and 20 of the Real Decree 1179 / 1992, of 2 October, which establishes the curriculum of secondary education.


(d) the provisional regulation of the vocational training centres of the Ministry of education and science, approved by order of 30 November 1975, except for rules relating to organs of teaching coordination will continue provisionally in force, in the terms established in the third transitory provision of the regulation approving Royal Decree).


(e) order of 18 March 1986 on composition of the School Board of education of less than 8 units public centres, centres of pre-school education, special education centres and other centres of unique characteristics, in everything that opposes the regulation approving Royal Decree.


(f) paragraphs 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 and the additional provisions and first final of the ministerial order of 27 April 1992, which dictate instructions for the early implementation of the second cycle of compulsory secondary education.


(g) paragraph 9.1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 and paragraph 14 and the final paragraph of the first transitional provision of the order of 12 November 1992, by which dictate instructions for the implementation of the high school.


(h) paragraph 2 of the resolution of 5 March 1992 from the Ministry of education that regulates the development of curricular projects.


First final provision.


It authorizes the Minister of education and science to develop the regulation approving by the present Royal Decree, as well as to regulate many issues arising from its application.


Second final provision.


This Royal Decree shall enter into force on the day following its publication in the.


Given in Madrid on June 18, 1993.


JUAN CARLOS R.





The Minister of education and science, ALFREDO PEREZ RUBALCABA regulation organic of the institutes of education high school title I provisions general article 1.


1. the institutes of secondary education, under the Ministry of education and science, are public schools that may impart teachings of compulsory secondary education, secondary education and vocational training.


2. the creation and deletion of institutes referred to in the preceding paragraph corresponds to the Government, by Royal Decree, on a proposal from the Minister of education and science.


Article 2.


1. the creation and deletion of the institutes of secondary education located in a foreign country, as well as the peculiarities of its bodies, Government and his regime of operation, shall be governed by the provisions of the specific regulations governing the Spanish educational action abroad.


2. equally, institutes of secondary education recognized by international bilateral agreements shall be governed by its specific legislation.


3. in addition, specific institutes of higher vocational training shall be governed by its own rules.


4. the organic Regulation shall be supplementary to all facilities mentioned in this article.


Article 3.


1 the local corporations and autonomous communities who are not staying in the full exercise of its powers in educational matters may propose the creation of centres of secondary education in accordance with the following rules: to) centers created will adapt to the established in the Royal Decree 1004 / 1991 of 14 June, on minimum requirements for workplaces.


(b) the Centre is created and deleted by the Government, through Royal Decree approved in Council of Ministers, on a proposal from the Minister of education and science.


(c) prior to its creation, the local Corporation or the autonomous community that promotes the Center and the Ministry of education and science signed an agreement which will be regulated and economic operation of the regime.


2. the centres set up under the provisions of the preceding paragraph will have, for all purposes, the character of public schools, according to the second additional provision of Act 8/1985 of 3 July, regulating the right to education.


Article 4.


1. the institutes of secondary education of the Ministry of education and science will have the specific denomination Ministry approved such a proposal from the Board of education of the Institute.


2 there may be, in the same locality, institutes of secondary education with the same specific name.


3. the name of the Institute shall appear on the facade of the building, in a visible place.


Title II organs of Government of institutes of secondary education chapter I organs of Government article 5.


The institutes of secondary education will have the following governing bodies: to) individuals: Director, head of studies, administrator or Secretary and, where appropriate, head of residence. In schools with a high number of students or great organizational complexity, the Ministry of education and science may establish headquarters of studies accompanying compulsory secondary education, secondary education and vocational training, which will directly depend on the head of studies.


(b) schools: School Board and faculty.


Article 6.



The participation of students, parents of students, teachers, administrative staff and services municipalities in the management of institutes of secondary education is effected in accordance with the provisions of the regulatory law of the right to education, through the School Board of the Institute.


Article 7.


The governing bodies shall ensure that the activities of the institutes of secondary education are developed in accordance with the constitutional principles, for the effective realization of the goals of education and the quality of teaching.


Chapter II organs one-person Government article 8.


The individual organs of Government are the management team of the Institute. The mandate thereof shall be three years, counted from his appointment and corresponding inauguration, except for the manager that shall apply the provisions of article 29 of this regulation.


Article 9.


The Director will be chosen by the School Board and appointed by the Director provincial of the Ministry of education and science.


Article 10.


1. candidates for the office of Director shall be teachers, career in situation of active service, with final destination in the Institute, with a year's stay in it, as a minimum, and three teaching. At institutions whose faculty not satisfying the requirements of antiquity designated, it will be under article 14.2 of this regulation.


2. not teachers that, for whatever reason, do not go to serve in the school in the academic year immediately following his takeover as Director may run as candidates.


Article 11.


1. candidates shall present in writing to the School Board, with a minimum notice of fifteen days from the date of the election, its direction and its professional merits program. You can also submit your management team.


2. the program of address must contain objectives seeking to achieve, an analysis of the operation and the main problems and needs of the Centre and, in addition, the basic lines of his performance.


3. the School Council will evaluate submitted address programs and practitioners merits of the candidates.


4. the teaching staff must be informed of nominations and know the presented programs.


Article 12.


The vote shall be taken by direct and secret vote at the polling station established for that purpose and the election will be by an absolute majority of the members of the School Board. On first ballot were not there the absolute majority, be a new call in within forty-eight hours, being resolved is also the vote by an absolute majority, as it determines the article 37.3 of the organic law governing the right to education.


Article 13.


The electoral table shall be composed of two teachers, a representative of the parents and a student, belonging to the School Board, chosen by drawing lots. Professor older and as Secretary will act as President of younger age.


Article 14.


1. in the absence of candidates, or when these do not obtain an absolute majority, the Director provincial shall appoint a Director on an interim basis for the period of one year. Such appointment may be filled by a teacher Center or another Institute of secondary education located within the scope of the Provincial Directorate so that, on secondment agreed by the competent educational authority and accidental character, play the leadership role during the indicated period. The accidental Director shall propose to the Director provincial the provisional appointment of the management team.


2. in the case of institutions that, as newly created or by other circumstances, not have faculty with the old enough, according to article 10 of this regulation, the Director provincial shall proceed to the appointment of accidental Director for a period of one year, in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph, as well as the provisional appointment of the management team that it should preferably fall on teachers who will provide services in these institutes.


Article 15.


The name of the candidate who obtains an absolute majority will be notified by the Secretary of the polling station to the Director provincial for the corresponding appointment. The appointment and the inauguration will take place with effect from July 1 following the holding of the elections.


Article 16.


They are powers of the Director: a) to represent the Institute and officially representing the educational administration at the Institute, without prejudice to the powers of the other educational authorities.


(b) comply with and enforce the laws and other regulations.


(c) direct and coordinate the activities of the Institute, in accordance with the provisions in force, without prejudice to the powers of the School Board of the Institute.


(d) exercise on Chief of staff assigned to the Institute.


(e) control work attendance and the disciplinary regime of all teachers and teacher not ascribed to the Institute, and maintain administrative relations with the Provincial Directorate.


(f) to manage the human and material resources of the Institute.


(g) convening and chairing the academic ceremonies and meetings of all the colleges of the Institute.


(h) authorize expenditures in accordance with the budget of the Institute and direct payments.


(i) endorse the certificates and official documents of the Institute.


(j) propose the appointment of positions and appoint the heads of departments and tutors, in accordance with the procedure laid down in this regulation.


(k) enforce agreements of the organs members within the scope of their competence.


(l) to coordinate the participation of the various sectors of the school community and to provide accurate means for more effective implementation of their respective competencies.


LL) draw up the proposal of the educational project of the Center and annual general programming, in accordance with the guidelines and criteria established by the School Board and with the proposals made by the cloister with the management team and, also, to ensure its correct implementation.


(m) convening and chairing the School Council, the cloister and the Commission of the pedagogical coordination of the Institute.


(n) promote and foster relations of the Institute with the institutions in their environment.


(n) raise the provincial Director the annual report on the activities and the general situation of the Institute.


(o) to facilitate proper coordination with other training services in the area.


(p) provide the information that is required by the competent educational authorities.


(q) promote relations with workplaces that affect the formation of the students and their professional insertion, and sign cooperation agreements, once informed by the School Board, the Institute and the above-mentioned centres.


(r) provide information about the life of the Institute to the various sectors of the school community.


(s) ensure the right of Assembly of teachers, students, parents of students and personnel administration and services, in accordance with the provisions of the organic law governing the right to education.


Article 17.


1 the Director of the Institute ceased in his duties at the end of his term of office or to produce any of the following reasons: to) motivated resignation accepted by the Director provincial.


(b) dismissal or revocation by the Director provincial under the terms provided for in article 18 of this regulation.


(c) attendance in the Director of one of the reasons that, pursuant to the provisions of article 10(2) of this regulation, had prevented their presentation as a candidate.


(d) transfer, voluntary or forced, pass to the situation of special services, voluntary or forced leave of absence and suspension of duties in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in force.


2 If the Director ceases before the end of its mandate on any of the grounds mentioned in the preceding paragraph, it shall apply provisions of article 19, without prejudice that is appropriate to the call for new elections.


3 when the Director has been obtained, albeit provisionally, transfer to another Institute, or subtract him less than a year to reach their retirement age, there will be new elections in the first regular call to be performed. The elected Director will take up with date of 1 July following, moment in which will stop in his office, for all purposes, the former Director.


Article 18.


The provincial Director: to) Destituirá the Director through administrative proceedings before the end of its mandate when it breaches seriously its functions, following a reasoned report of the School Board of the Institute and with the interested audience.


(b) it shall revoke the appointment of the Director a proposal reasoned of the members of the School Board and agreed by a majority of two thirds of its members. In this case, the School Board will be convened with urgent and extraordinary, nature provided that at least one-third of its components so requests in writing.


Article 19.


In case of absence or illness of the Director, the Director of studies will take care of their functions.


Article 20.


1. the head of studies and, where appropriate, the Secretary will be professors, career in situation of active service, with final destination at the Institute, appointed by the School Board on a proposal from the Director and officials appointed by the Director provincial.



2. do not may be appointed head of studies or Secretary teachers who are in any of the situations provided for in article 10(2) of this regulation.


Article 21.


The vote for the appointment of the head of studies and, where appropriate, the Secretary will be held by direct and secret suffrage. The absolute majority of the members of the School Board of the Institute will be accurate. If that majority is not obtained, it is sufficient for the simple majority in the second ballot designation. If cited most are acquired in second vote, the Director provincial shall take the necessary measures for the proper functioning of the Institute.


Article 22.


The Director of the Institute shall forward to the provincial Director the proposal for appointment of teachers appointed by the School Board that the positions of head of studies and, where appropriate, Secretary. The appointment and the inauguration will take place with effect from July 1 following the holding of the elections.


Article 23.


They are powers of the head of studies: to) exercise, by delegation of the Director and under its authority, head of the teaching staff in all matters relating to the academic regime.


(b) replace the Director in the case of absence or illness.


(c) coordinate the activities of academic, of orientation and complementary character of teachers and students, in relation to the educational project of the Institute, stage curriculum projects and annual general programming and, in addition, ensuring its implementation.


d) develop, in collaboration with the remaining individual organs, scholars schedules of students and teachers in accordance with the criteria approved by the cloister and the general schedule included in the annual general programming, as well as their strict enforcement.


(e) to coordinate the activities of the heads of Department.


(f) to coordinate and direct the action of the tutors, with the collaboration, where appropriate, of the Department of guidance and in accordance with the plan of academic and professional guidance and tutorial action plan.


(g) to coordinate, with the collaboration of the representative of the cloister in the Centre of teachers, faculty development activities, as well as planning and organizing teacher training activities carried out by the Institute.


(h) organizing academic events.


(i) facilitate the Organization of students and promote their participation in the Institute.


(j) any other function that may be assigned to them by the Director within the scope of their competence.


Article 24.


They are powers of the Secretary: to) order the administrative regime of the Institute, in accordance with the guidelines of the Director.


(b) Act as Secretary of the collegiate governing bodies of the Institute, record the sessions and give faith of the agreements with the approval of the Director.


(c) keep the books and records of the Institute.


(d) issue certificates requested authorities and stakeholders.


(e) to perform the general inventory of the Institute and to keep it updated.


(f) keep and have the use of the audiovisual media and teaching material.


(g) exercise, by delegation of the Director and under its authority, the head of the Administration and services staff attached to the Institute.


(h) draw up the preliminary draft budget of the Institute.


(i) order the economic arrangements of the Institute, in accordance with the instructions of the Director, carry out the accounting and accountability to relevant authorities.


(j) to ensure the material maintenance of the Institute in all its aspects, in accordance with the directions of the Director.


(k) any other function which the Director entrusted within its sphere of competence.


Article 25.


The head of studies and the Secretary shall cease its functions at the end of his term of office or to produce any of the following circumstances: to) motivated resignation accepted by the Director provincial.


(b) attendance at the head of studies or the Secretary of any of the reasons which, in accordance with article 10(2) of this regulation, had prevented his appointment.


(c) transfer, voluntary or forced, pass to the situation of special services, voluntary or forced leave of absence and suspension of duties in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in force.


(d) when, for the cessation of the Director who proposed them, there is the election of the new Director.


e) A proposal from the Director, through the report reasoned, with the approval of the majority of the members of the School Board and the interested audience.


Article 26.


When cease the head of studies or the Secretary by any of the reasons outlined in the previous section, you are to the provisions of the following article, without prejudice to that Director take precise measures for the convocation of the School Board in order to cover the vacancy. This call must be made within the period of one month since the vacancy.


Article 27.


In case of absence or illness of the head of studies, Professor Director, designated prior communication will take care of duties to the School Board of the Institute. The designation will fall on one of the heads of attachment studies in those institutes where there are these charges. Also, in case of absence or illness of the Secretary Professor designating the Director, prior notification will take over duties to the School Board of the Institute.


Article 28.


In the institutes of secondary education determined by the Ministry of education and science, there is an administrator who, under the direct authority of the Director of the same, shall assume the powers laid down in article 30 of this regulation. In these institutes there is no Secretary.


Article 29.


The Minister of education and science will establish the requirements for the provision of the institutes of secondary education administration jobs.


Article 30.


They are powers of the administrator: to) ensure the management of the human and material resources of the Institute.


(b) order the administrative regime of the Institute, in accordance with the guidelines of the Director.


(c) Act as Secretary of the collegiate governing bodies of the Institute, with voice but without vote, and record the sessions and give faith of the agreements with the approval of the Director.


(d) control, by delegation of the Director and under his authority, work attendance and the disciplinary regime of all teaching and non-teaching staff attached to the Institute, and maintain administrative relations with the Provincial Directorate.


(e) keep the books and records of the Institute.


(f) issuing certifications requesting authorities and stakeholders.


(g) to perform the general inventory of the Institute and to keep it updated.


(h) keep and have the use of the audiovisual media and teaching material.


(i) exercise, by delegation of the Director and under its authority, the head of the Administration and services staff attached to the Institute.


(j) drawing up the preliminary draft budget of the Institute.


(k) order the economic arrangements of the Institute, in accordance with the instructions of the Director, carry out the accounting and accountability to relevant authorities.


(l) to ensure the material maintenance of the Institute in all its aspects, in accordance with the directions of the Director.


(m) any other function which the Director entrusted within its sphere of competence.


Article 31.


1. in those centres that need to meet needs of schooling for students whose attendance is not possible because of distance, there will be a residence, whose location will allow students to attend their home on weekends.


2. in residences, there will be a Chief's residence, which will form part of the management team of the Institute and shall act by delegation of the Director and under his authority.


3. for all purposes, the teaching staff of the residence will be considered as teacher of the Center, forming part of the same templates, but with clear differentiation of their allegiance to the residence.


4. the head of residence will be Professor with final destination in the Center and his appointment and termination shall be subject to the provisions of articles 20, 21 and 22 of this regulation, with the peculiarity that should lie in teaching staff attached to the residence.


5 the powers of the head of residence are as follows: to) the Organization of residential life under the direct authority of the Director of the Center.


(b) the elaboration of the plan of activities that are going to perform in the residence, which includes, in addition, the hours dedicated to the study and the Organization of leisure and free time. This plan will be incorporated in the annual plan of supplementary and extracurricular activities of the Centre. For his writing and performing the head of residence will coordinate with the head of the Department of complementary activities and after school, under the direction of the Director of studies.


6. the Institute internal regime regulations shall include all aspects relating to the internal workings of residence and standards relating to the same schedule.


7. in any case, both teachers and non-teaching attached to the residence suit your day needs the same.


8 when the Institute have residence, the administrator also perform their functions therein.


Article 32.


Accompanying studies headquarters that the Ministry of education and science established, in accordance with the provisions in item 5.a) of this regulation, shall be regulated as follows:



1. the procedure for the designation, appointment and dismissal of the heads of accompanying studies will be the same as that laid down in articles 20, 21, 22, 25 and 26 of this regulation for the head teacher and Secretary.


2. the functions of the Deputy Head of studies are those that, in his case, determined by the Minister of education and science and that the delegate being the head of studies, are assigned by the Director.


3. once appointed, the heads of accompanying studies will be part of the management team.


Chapter III organs collegiate Government section 1.


The School Board article 33.


The Institute of secondary education school board is the organ of participation of the different members of the educational community.


Article 34.


The School Board of the institutes of secondary education shall be composed of the following members: to) the Director of the Institute, which will be its Chairman.


(b) the head of studies).


(c) a councillor or representative of the Town Council of the municipality in whose district the Institute is based.


(d) seven teachers chosen by the faculty.


(e) three representatives of the parents of students.


(f) four representatives of the students.


(g) a representative of the personnel of administration and services.


(h) the administrator or, if applicable, the Secretary of the Institute, which will act as Secretary of the Council, with voice but without vote.


Article 35.


The procedure of election of the members of the School Board will be held during the first quarter of the academic year.


Article 36.


For the purposes of the Organization of the election procedure, be constituted in each Institute an electoral board, composed of the following members: the Director of the Institute, which will be its President, a teacher, a parent, a student and a representative of the Administration and services staff, the last four elected by lot among the outgoing members of the School Board. New institutes, the draw to appoint members of the electoral board will perform among those enrolled in the respective electoral census.


Article 37.


1 the powers of the Board are as follows: to) approve and publish electoral surveys, including name and identity of the electors, sorted alphabetically, as well as its status as teachers, parents, students or personnel of administration and services.


(b) specify the electoral calendar of the Institute, in accordance with article 35 of this regulation.


(c) order the electoral process. (d) support and proclaim the different nominations.


(e) promote the establishment of different polling stations.


(f) resolve claims filed against the decisions of the polling stations.


(g) to proclaim the elected candidates and send the corresponding proceedings to the competent administrative authority.


2. the members of the school community can only be viewed by the sector in question and may be candidates for the representation of one of these sectors, although they belong to two.


Article 38.


The electoral board will ask the City Council of the municipality in whose district the Institute is based the designation of the Councillor or representative of the municipality that has become part of the School Board.


Article 39.


1. the representatives of the teachers in the School Board will be elected by the cloister and in the midst of this. The vote will be direct, secret and non-delegable.


2. all members of the Faculty will be electors. Teachers may be elected officials that have been submitted as candidates.


Article 40.


For purposes of the previous article, the Director shall convene a cloister, of an extraordinary nature, where, as a single point of the agenda, shall be the Act of election and proclamation of elected professors.


Article 41.


At the meeting of the extraordinary Faculty referred to in the preceding article, shall constitute a polling station. This table shall be composed of the Director of the Institute, which will serve as President, the teacher of greater seniority and less old in body, Acting Secretaries of the table. When match several teachers of equal seniority, will be part of the table the older between the oldest and youngest among the less old.


Article 42.


It will be half plus one of the components of the cloister. If it does not exist, will be new call twenty-four hours after the designated for the first. In this case will not be mandatory the designated.


Article 43.


Each teacher shall contain a maximum of four names from the list of candidates on their ballot. They will be elected professors with the highest number of votes. If in the first ballot not had been chosen the number of teachers that corresponds, it will proceed to perform successive votes to reach that number, without prejudice to the provisions of article 63 of this regulation at the same event.


Article 44.


The representation of parents in the School Board shall correspond to these or to the legal representatives of the students, regardless of the number of children enrolled in the Institute. The right to elect and be elected corresponds to the father and mother or, where appropriate, to legal guardians.


Article 45.


Shall be electors and eligible all parents or guardians of students enrolled in the Institute and, therefore, shall be included in the census. The choice will be between the candidates selected by the Board. Associations of parents of pupils may submit distinct nominations.


Article 46.


The election of the representatives of the parents of the students will be preceded by the establishment of the Bureau responsible for presiding over the vote, maintain order, ensure the purity of the suffrage and perform scrutiny.


Article 47.


If the School Board is to establish for the first time, the polling station will be integrated by the Director of the Institute, Acting President, and four parents or guardians appointed by lot. In the rest of the cases the representatives of parents of students will be part of the polling station in the outgoing School Board. Secretary will act the representative of parents of younger age. The electoral board shall provide for the appointment of alternate members, also appointed by lot.


Article 48.


They may act as supervisors of the vote the parents or guardians of the students enrolled in the Institute proposed by an Association of parents of the same or endorsed by the signature of ten electors.


Article 49.


The vote will be direct, secret and non-delegable. Each voter, which shall be recorded in its ballot a maximum of two names, must demonstrate their personality through the presentation of a national identity document.


Article 50.


In order to achieve the widest possible participation, parents of students may use the vote by mail. For this purpose, the vote must be sent to the polling station of the Institute before the completion of the scrutiny through a procedure that guarantees the secrecy of the vote and the voter identification.


Article 51.


Representatives of the students in the School Board shall be elected by the students enrolled in the Institute.


Article 52.


The polling station will be constituted by the Director of the Institute, Acting President, and two students appointed by lot. Act as Secretary of older students.


Article 53.


The vote will be direct, secret and non-delegable. Each student shall contain a maximum of three names on their ballot. The vote shall be taken in accordance with the instructions issued by the electoral board.


Article 54.


They may act of supervisors of voting students that are proposed by an Association of students of the Institute or endorsed by the signature of ten voters.


Article 55.


The representative of the Administration and services staff will be chosen by personnel performing at the Institute functions of this nature, provided that it is linked to it by legal or employment relationship. Staff administration and services of the Institute which meets the listed requirements has the status of voter and eligible.


Article 56.


For the election of the representative on the Board of education of the personnel of administration and services shall constitute a Panel, composed of the Director, Acting President, administrator or, where appropriate, the Secretary and the oldest at the Institute quoted staff member. In the event that the number of voters is less than five, the vote will take place before the polling station of the teachers in separate ballot box.


Article 57.


The vote shall be taken through direct, secret vote and non-delegable. Each voter shall deposit at the polling station a ballot paper which shall contain the name and surname of the person which granted its representation.


Article 58.


In each of the electoral acts, once the vote shall be by the table corresponding to the counting of votes. Made them count, which is public, an act that will sign all the components of a table, in which shall be recorded the elected representatives will be extended. The minutes will be sent to the electoral board of the Institute for the purpose of the proclamation of elected candidates; copy thereof shall be sent to the Director provincial.


Article 59.


In cases thereof tie vote election will settle for draw.


Article 60.



In anticipation of future replacements, will be recorded in the minutes the name and the number of votes obtained by each of the candidates.


Article 61.


The Act of proclamation of the elected candidates will be held by the electoral board of the Institute, after the scrutiny carried out by the table and the reception of the corresponding minutes. Ordinary appeal to the Director provincial, whose resolution will put an end to the administrative procedure is may be brought against decisions of the Board.


Article 62.


Within the period of ten days, counting from the date of proclamation of the elected candidates, Director shall convene the session of Constitution of the School Board.


Article 63.


If any of the sectors of the school community of the Institute do not chose their representatives to the School Board for reasons attributable to these sectors, this fact shall not invalidate the Constitution of the College. For this purpose, the Director provincial shall take appropriate measures for the creation of the same.


Article 64.


The school of the Institute Council meetings will be held on the day and time that make possible the attendance of all its members. The Director shall send to the members of the School Board, so that they can receive it with a minimum of forty-eight hours beforehand, the announcement containing the agenda of the meeting as well as documentation that will be the subject of debate and, where appropriate, approval.


Article 65.


At the heart of the School Board of the Institute, there will be an Economic Commission, integrated by the Director, the administrator or, in your case, the Secretary, a teacher and a parent of. In addition, the School Board may constitute other committees for specific issues, which will be present, at least, a teacher, a student and a parent of.


Article 66.


Constituted the School Board of the Institute, and at its first meeting, teachers of the same will elect, from among them, which should be part of the Economic Commission. Similarly, parents shall elect, from among them, your representative on this Committee.


Article 67.


The elected members of the School Board of the Institute is renewed every two years. Those representatives that in the course of this time have requirements to belong to the Court to stop shall be replaced by the following candidates according to the number of votes obtained, expected article 60 of this regulation. Same procedure shall be followed to fill the vacancies that occur for other reasons.


Article 68.


The School Board of the Institute shall have the following functions: to) establish guidelines for the development of the educational project of the Institute, and approve it and evaluate it once produced.


(b) elect the Director and appoint the proposed management team for him.


(c) propose the revocation of the appointment of the Director, prior agreement of its members, adopted by a majority of two-thirds.


(d) decide on the admission of students, subject to the provisions of the organic law governing the right to education and provisions that develop it.


(e) approve the Institute internal regime regulations.


(f) resolve conflicts and impose sanctions relating to discipline of students, in accordance with the rules governing the rights and duties of the same.


(g) approve the proposed budget of the Institute.


(h) adopt criteria for the elaboration of the general program of the Institute, as well as approve it and evaluate it, respecting, in any case, the educational aspects which the cloister.


(i) develop guidelines for the programming and development of complementary classroom activities.


(j) establish criteria for the participation of the Institute in cultural, sports and recreational activities, and assistance actions the Institute could provide that their collaboration.


(k) establish relations of collaboration with other centres, cultural and educational purposes.


(l) promoting the renovation of the facilities and equipment of the Institute, and to monitor its conservation.


LL) supervise the overall activity of the Institute in administrative and educational aspects.


(m) report on the annual report on the activities and the general situation of the Institute.


(n) analyse and assess the evolution of the overall school performance of the Institute through the results of the evaluations.


(n) know the relationships of the Institute with its environment institutions and workplaces.


(o) analyse and evaluate the results of the evaluation that the Institute's educational administration or any report concerning the progress of the same.


Article 69.


The School Board of the Institute shall meet, at least once to the quarter, provided the Director to convene a third of its members request it, at least. In any case, it is necessary, in addition, a meeting at beginning of course and another at the end of it.


Article 70.


The Economic Commission will inform Council school envelope many economic matters this entrusted. Meetings should be included at least once quarterly.


Section 2.


Professors cloister article 71.


1. the cloister, organ of the teachers at the Institute, is responsible for planning, coordinating and deciding on all the educational aspects of the same.


2. the cloister will be chaired by the Director and shall consist of all of the teachers who provide educational services at the Institute and by the administrator, where it exists, it will act as Secretary, with voice but without vote.


Article 72.


They are powers of the cloister: to) raise proposals for the development of the educational project of the Institute and the annual general programme to the management team.


(b) establish the criteria for the elaboration of curricular stage projects, approving them, evaluate them and decide any subsequent modifications of them.


(c) approve the educational aspects of the annual general programme of the Institute and report this before its presentation to the School Board.


(d) to promote initiatives in the field of experimentation and pedagogical research.


(e) the plan of training of the teaching staff of the Institute.


(f) elect their representatives in the School Board of the Institute and the Board of the center of teachers.


(g) know the nominations to the address and the programmes presented by the candidates.


(h) approve the educational criteria for the preparation of timetables for students.


(i) approve the general planning of the sessions for evaluation and qualification and the calendar of exams or extraordinary evidence.


(j) approving the criteria for the preparation of schedules of teachers.


(k) to analyze and assess, on a quarterly basis, the general progress and the economic situation of the Institute.


(l) analyse and assess the evolution of the overall school performance of the Institute through the results of the evaluations.


LL) know the relationships of the Institute with its environment institutions and workplaces.


(m) to analyze and evaluate the results of the evaluation that the Institute's educational administration or any report concerning the progress of the same.


Article 73.


The Faculty shall meet, at least once to the quarter, provided the Director to convene a third, at least, of its members so request. In any case, it is necessary, in addition, a session of the cloister at the beginning of the course and another at the end of it.


Article 74.


The attendance at meetings of the Faculty will be mandatory for all its members.


Title III organs of teaching coordination chapter I organs of coordination article 75.


At the institutes of secondary education there will be the following teaching coordination bodies: to) Department of orientation, in which the teachers of the speciality of psychology and pedagogy, and those will be integrated that referred to in article 76 of this regulation, and supplementary and extra-curricular activities Department.


(b) teaching departments: Arts, natural sciences, physical education and sports, philosophy, physics and chemistry, French, geography and history, Greek, English, Latin, Spanish language and literature, math, music and technology. Also other foreign languages departments, may become when they are taught as first language with reflection on the staff of the Centre, as well as for the teaching of the language of the autonomous communities, and few regulations are established. The institutes in which specific vocational training is provided, will make up departments of professional family. These grouped for all teachers who impart specific professional training in vocational training from a professional family.


(c) pedagogical Coordination Commission.


(d) tutors.


Chapter II Guidance Department and Department of supplementary and extra-curricular activities article 76.


The counseling Department will carry out the functions set out in the following article and will be composed of: a) teachers of the body of secondary school teachers, among which there will be, at least, one of the speciality of psychology and pedagogy, or that he holds the ownership of a square of this specialty, under cover of the Real Decree 1701 / 1991, 29 November technical vocational training and, where appropriate, be establishing specialties of the body of teachers in secondary education, as well as the body of teachers teachers teachers.



(b) in the institutes which are given specific vocational training who perform the tasks of training and labour orientation may join orientation Department.


(c) in the institutes included in the integration programme and for specific programs will be incorporated into the counseling Department teachers to be determined by the Ministry of education and science, according to the peculiar needs of each Institute.


Article 77.


The functions of the Department of orientation are: to) draw up, in accordance with the guidelines established by the Commission for pedagogical coordination, proposals for organization of educational, psycho-pedagogical, professional orientation and the tutorial action plan, and raise them to the Commission for pedagogical coordination for discussion and subsequent inclusion in stage curriculum projects.


(b) coordinate, in accordance with stage curricular projects, educational, psycho-pedagogical and professional orientation of students, especially with regard to cycle or phase changes, and the choice between academic, educational and professional options.


(c) contribute to the development of the academic and professional guidance and plan the plan of tutorial action, in accordance with the curriculum projects of stage, and raise the school board a report on its operation at the end of the course.


(d) draw up the proposal of criteria and procedures for curriculum adaptations appropriate for pupils with special educational needs, and raise it to the Commission of pedagogical coordination, for discussion and subsequent inclusion in stage curriculum projects.


(e) collaborate with the teachers of the Institute in the prevention and detection of learning disabilities, and in planning and conducting educational activities and curricular adaptations aimed at students who have these problems.


f) prior psychological and educational assessment, provided for in article 13 of the Royal Decree 1007 / 1991 of 14 June, which lays down the minimum corresponding to the compulsory secondary education teachings.


(g) assume the teaching of groups of students who are committed, in accordance with the rules handed down to the effect and with the provisions of articles 13 and 14 of the Royal Decree 1007 / 1991 of 14 June, and articles 5 and 6 of the Royal Decree 1701 / 1991, 29 November.


(h) participate in the preparation of the guidance Council which, on the future academic and professional student, has to be made as set out in article 15.2 of the Royal Decree 1007 / 1991 of 14 June, at the end of compulsory secondary education.


(i) advise the Commission of pedagogical coordination in the psychological aspects of the curriculum project.


(j) at the institutes where specific vocational training is provided, coordinate the work and professional guidance with those of other administrations or institutions competent in the matter.


Article 78.


1. the head of the guidance Department will be appointed by the Director and shall hold office for three academic years.


2. the head of the guidance Department will be carried out by a Professor of the civil servant's career in situation of active service, and with final destination in the Center, preferably in the field of psychology and pedagogy, or who holds the ownership of a square of this specialty, under cover of the Real Decree 1701 / 1991, 29 November. However when academic or organizational reasons that do so the Director may appoint another professor in the Department in accordance with article 87 of this regulation. Also the head of the Department shall cease its functions when occurs any of the circumstances listed in article 89 of this regulation.


3. the head of the guidance Department will act under the direct dependence of head of studies and in close cooperation with the management team.


Article 79.


They are powers of the head of the guidance Department: to) collaborate in the development of the curricular project stage.


(b) draw up the plan of activities of the Department and the final memory of course.


(c) direct and coordinate the activities of the Department.


(d) give students the information relating to the activities of the Department.


(e) to coordinate the Organization of spaces and facilities, acquiring the material and the specific equipment assigned to the Department and ensure its maintenance.


Article 80.


1 supplementary and extra-curricular activities Department is responsible for promoting, organizing and facilitating such activities.


2. This Department is integrated by the head of the same and, for each specific activity, teachers and students responsible for the same.


Article 81.


1. the head of the Department of complementary and extracurricular activities will be a teacher officer's career in a situation of active service with final destination at the Institute, appointed by the Director on a proposal from the head of studies, heard the cloister.


2. the head of the Department of complementary and extracurricular activities will act under the direct authority of the head of studies and in close cooperation with the management team.


Article 82.


The head of the Department of complementary and extracurricular activities shall be appointed for a period of three years and will cease to produce any of the following reasons: to) when it reaches the end of its mandate.


(b) motivated resignation accepted by the Director.


(c) attendance for any of the reasons which, in accordance with the provisions of article 10(2) of this regulation, had prevented their presentation as a candidate.


(d) a proposal from the Director, heard the cloister, by reasoned report and hearing of the interested party.


(e) when, for the cessation of the Director who appointed him, there is the choice of a new Director.


Article 83.


The head of the Department of complementary and extracurricular activities shall have the following functions: to) participate in the development of the curricular project stage.


(b) drawing up the annual programme of activities that will include proposals of departments, teachers, students and parents.


(c) to present to students the information relating to the activities of the Department.


(d) to promote and coordinate cultural and sports activities in collaboration with the faculty, departments, the Board of delegates of students and parents association.


(e) to coordinate the Organization of trips, school exchanges and any kind of travel carried out with students.


(f) distribute the economic resources destined for the School Board to supplementary and extra-curricular activities.


(g) organise the use of the library of the Institute.


(h) draw up a final report of course with the evaluation of the activities to be included in the memory of the address.


Chapter III article 84 teaching departments.


1. the teaching departments are basic bodies organize and develop own areas, subjects or modules for teachings and activities entrusted to them, within the scope of their powers.


2. the teaching departments shall be composed by all teachers who impart teaching areas, subjects or modules assigned to the Department.


Article 85.


When a Department integrates teachers from more than one of established disciplines, programming and delivery of the areas, subjects or modules of each specialty will correspond to the respective teachers.


Article 86.


They are powers of the teaching departments: to) making proposals to the management team and the Faculty concerning the development of the educational project of the Institute and the annual general programming.


(b) formulate the pedagogical Coordination Committee proposals for the elaboration of curricular stage projects.


(c) draw up, before the start of the academic year, didactic programming teaching areas, materials and modules integrated into the Department, under the coordination and guidance of the head of the same, and in accordance with the General guidelines laid down by the Commission for pedagogical coordination. Educational programming will include, for each stage, the aspects referred to in article 99 of this regulation.


(d) promote educational research and propose activities for improvement of its members.


(e) keep the teaching methodology.


(f) collaborate with the counseling Department in prevention and early detection of learning disabilities, as well as the programming and implementation of curriculum adaptations for students who require it.


(g) organize and carry out follow-up activities in collaboration with the relevant Department.


(h) organize and conduct the necessary tests for students of high school or vocational training with subjects or modules pending and, where appropriate, to free students.


(i) resolve claims arising from the evaluation process that the students formulate the Department and issue the relevant reports.


(j) develop, at end of course, a memory that evaluates the development of educational programming and the results obtained.


(k) propose elective subjects dependent on the Department, which will be taught by the same teachers.


Article 87.



1. the heads of teaching departments shall be appointed by the Director of the Institute and shall hold his office during three academic years.


2. the head of Department will be played by a Professor of the same with the status of Professor.


3. when a Department has more than one professor, head of the same will be played by Professor designated by the Director, heard the Department.


4. when a Department does not have any Professor, or if so, has been the circumstance referred to in paragraph 2 of article 89 of this regulation, the headquarter will be played by the teacher of secondary education designating the Director, heard the Department.


Article 88.


1 are powers of the head of Department: to) participate in the development of the curricular project stage, write didactic programming areas, subjects or modules that are integrated in the Department and the final memory of course.


(b) to direct and coordinate the academic activities of the Department.


(c) convene and chair the regular meetings of the Department and who, with extraordinary character, necessary to celebrate.


(d) to elaborate and to educate students programming information, with particular reference to the objectives, minimum requirements and evaluation criteria.


(e) make proposals, where appropriate, tests for students of high school or vocational training materials or pending modules, students free, and extraordinary tests, always in coordination with the head of studies. Presiding over the relevant exercises and evaluate them in collaboration with the members of the Department.


(f) to ensure the correct application of the criteria of evaluation and the fulfillment of the educational programming of the Department.


(g) resolving claims of end of course affecting his Department, according to the proceedings of its members, and to prepare the relevant reports.


(h) to coordinate the Organization of spaces and facilities, acquiring the material and the specific equipment assigned to the Department, and ensure its maintenance.


2 the heads of the departments of professional family will have, in addition to those specified in the preceding article, the following powers: to) coordinate the vocational programming.


(b) collaborate with the head of studies and the corresponding departments in the planning of the supply of materials and activities of initiation in compulsory secondary education, and vocational training based electives in high school.


(c) collaborate with the management team in the development of relations with the work centers involved in the practical training of students.


Article 89.


1 the head of Department shall cease to hold office at the end of his term of office or to produce any of the following circumstances: to) transfer to another Institute.


(b) motivated resignation accepted by the Director.


2. in addition, the Department head may be removed by the Director of the Institute, on the proposal of the absolute majority of the members of the Department, in a reasoned report to the Director, and with the interested audience.


3 produced the cessation of the head of Department, the Director of the Institute shall proceed to appoint new head of Department, in accordance with article 87 of this regulation. The new designation will be for a period of three years.


Chapter IV article 90 pedagogical Coordination Committee.


1. in secondary education institutes, there will be a Commission of teaching coordination, which will be integrated by the Director, who shall be the Chairman, the Director of studies and, where appropriate, studies deputy heads and heads of departments. It will act as Secretary for the head of Department of younger age.


2 pedagogical Coordination Commission shall have, in relation to the operating regime regulated in title IV of this regulation, the following powers: to) establish general guidelines for the preparation of the curriculum projects of stage.


(b) coordinate the development of the curricular projects for stage and its possible modification.


(c) ensure coherence between the educational Institute project, stage curriculum projects and annual general programming.


(d) establish general guidelines for the preparation of the didactic programming departments and the academic and professional guidance and tutorial action plan plan, included in stage curriculum project.


(e) to propose to the Faculty curriculum projects for approval.


(f) to ensure compliance and subsequent evaluation of the curricular projects in stage.


(g) propose to the cloister general planning evaluation and qualifying sessions and the calendar of exams or extraordinary tests, according to the head of studies.


Chapter V Guardian article 91.


1. the mentoring and guidance of students will be part of the teaching function.


2. secondary education institutes will be a guardian for each group of students. The guardian will be appointed by the Director, on a proposal from the head of studies, among teachers who impart education to the whole group.


3. the remaining teachers, except the members of the management team and heads of Department, may be appointed guardians of specific groups of students and shall carry out the tasks of mentoring as head of studies may be given them.


Article 92.


1 the teacher shall exercise the following functions: to) participate in the development of the tutorial action plan guidance, under the coordination of the Director of studies and in collaboration with the Department of orientation of the Institute.


(b) to coordinate the process of evaluation of students in your group.


(c) organize and preside over sessions of evaluation of your group.


(d) facilitate the integration of students in the Group and encourage their participation in the activities of the Institute.


(e) Guide and advise students on their academic and professional opportunities.


(f) collaborate with the Department of orientation of the Institute, in terms that establishes the head of studies.


(g) to manage the demands and concerns of students and mediate, in collaboration with the delegate and subdelegation of the group, before the rest of the teachers and management team on issues that arise.


(h) inform parents, teachers and students of the group everything that concerns them, in relation to educational activities and academic performance.


(i) facilitate educational cooperation between teachers and parents of students.


2 in the case of vocational training cycles, the guardian of each group will assume also, regarding workplace training module, the following functions: to) the elaboration of the training programme of the module, in collaboration with the responsible person designated for this purpose by the work center.


(b) the assessment of this module, which shall take into consideration the evaluation of the remaining modules of the training cycle and, above all, the report by the person in charge appointed by the center of work for the follow-up of the training program of this module on the activities carried out by the students during the period of stay in the Centre.


(c) the regular relationship with the person in charge appointed by the center of work for the follow-up of the training programme, in order to contribute to this program conforms to the qualification which is intended to.


(d) the periodic attention, in the school, the students during the period of completion of training in the workplace, in order to attend the learning problems that arise and assess the development of the activities corresponding to the training program.


3. the head of studies will coordinate the work of guardians and hold periodic meetings necessary for the proper functioning of the action tutorial.


Title IV Chapter I educational project of the Institute article 93 operating regime.


1. the management team will develop the educational project of the Institute in accordance with the criteria established by the School Board and the proposals made by the cloister and the Board of delegates of students.


2. the educational project of the Institute shall be approved and evaluated by the School Board.


Article 94.


On the basis of the analysis of the educational needs of the students, the characteristics of the school environment and of the Institute, the educational project will set objectives, priorities and procedures, and will include: a) general organization of the Institute, which will be oriented to the achievement of the purposes set forth in article 1 of the organic law on the General Organization of the educational system and to comply with the principles set out in article 2 of the aforementioned Act.


(b) the adequacy of the General objectives of the stages that are taught at the Institute.


(c) the Institute internal regime regulations.


(d) the means envisaged to facilitate and encourage collaboration among the different sectors of the educational community.


(e) decisions on coordination with social and educational services of the municipality and the relations provided for with public and private institutions to the better achievement of the purposes set out.


Chapter II stage article 95 curriculum project.



The pedagogical Coordination Committee will oversee the development and will be responsible for the drafting of the curriculum for each of the educational stages which are given in the Institute, in accordance with the criteria established by the cloister and the official curriculum. In the process of reflection and discussion, the pedagogical Coordination Committee will promote and will ensure the participation of all the teachers at the stage and will feature timely support of the Dirección Provincial.


Article 96.


Stage curriculum projects and its annual amendments shall be approved by the faculty.


Article 97.


Curricular projects of stage will include: 1. the General guidelines and the following decisions: a) the adequacy of the General objectives of compulsory secondary education, secondary education and vocational training specific to the socio-economic and cultural context of the instituto, and the characteristics of the students, taking into account provisions of the educational project of the Institute.


(b) decisions of a general nature on teaching methodology.


(c) general criteria on learning evaluation and promotion of students.


(d) guidelines for entering, through different areas of compulsory secondary education, moral and civic education, education for peace, equal opportunities between the sexes, the environmental education, sexual health, education of the consumer and the road.


(e) criteria and procedures to organize the attention to the diversity of the students. Where there are students with special educational needs, criteria will be included to make the curriculum adaptations appropriate for these students.


(f) the determination of the optional courses offered by the Institute.


(g) criteria to assess and, where appropriate, revise the teaching process and teaching practice of teachers.


(h) in the case of the curricular project of secondary education, the Organization of the routes proposed in each of the methods taught at the Institute.


2. the plan of academic and professional guidance and tutorial action plan.


3. the schedules educational departments, regulated in articles 98, 99 and 100 of this regulation.


Article 98.


1. each Department will develop educational programming of the teachings that have entrusted, grouped into corresponding stages, following the General guidelines established by the Commission for pedagogical coordination.


2. teachers who impart the corresponding to the different religions teachings will develop educational programming of the same, in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph.


Article 99.


Didactic programming departments will necessarily, include the following aspects for each of the areas, materials and modules assigned to the same or integrated in it, as a result of provisions in article 85 of this Regulation: a) in the case of compulsory secondary education, the objectives, the content and evaluation criteria for the first cycle and each of the courses of the second cycle.


(b) in the case of the baccalaureate and formative cycles, the objectives, the contents and the evaluation criteria for each course.


(c) the temporal distribution of the content.


(d) the teaching methodology is to be applied.


(e) the procedures of evaluation of the learning of the students.


(f) the criteria for promotion which will follow, with special reference to minimum requirements, and the qualification criteria.


(g) the recovery activities for students in high school with unfinished business and the in-depth study, and reinforcements to achieve such recovery.


(h) the materials and teaching resources to be used, including textbooks for the students.


(i) cross-cutting themes for programming.


(j) the supplementary and extra-curricular activities that are intended to be from the Department.


(k) measures of attention to diversity and if necessary curricular adaptations for students who need them.


Article 100.


Teachers will schedule their teaching activity in accordance with the educational programming of the departments to which they belong, included in the corresponding curriculum draft stage. You should a Professor decide to include in the programming of his teaching activity any variation with respect to joint programming of the Department, such variation, and the appropriate justification, shall be included in the educational programming of the Department.


Chapter III-general annual programming article 101.


The annual general programme will be prepared by the management team of the Institute, and shall take into account the discussions and agreements of the cloister and the School Board.


Article 102.


Annual general programming will be informed by the teaching staff within the scope of its competence and high, for approval after, the School Board of the Institute, which shall respect, in any case, the educational aspects which the cloister.


Article 103.


The annual general programming will include: to) the general schedule of the Institute and the educational criteria for processing.


(b) the educational project of the Institute or the modifications of the already established.


(c) curricular stage projects or modifications of those already established.


(d) the annual programme of complementary activities and extracurricular.


(e) an administrative memory, which will include the document's organization of the Institute, beginning of course statistics, and the situation of the facilities and equipment.


Article 104.


1. Once approved the annual general programming, a copy of the same shall be the Secretariat of the Centre at the disposal of the members of the eduativa community and another copy shall be sent to the Director provincial.


2. at the end of the course, the School Board and the management team will assess the degree of compliance with the annual general programming. The most relevant conclusions will be collected in a report which will be forwarded to the Provincial Directorate.


Title V Board of students article 105 delegates.


In the institutes of secondary education, there will be a Board of delegates composed by representatives of the students of the different groups and representatives of the students in the School Board.


Article 106.


The Board of delegates will meet in full, or when the nature of the problems make it more convenient, in commissions that meet the delegates of a course or one of the educational stages which are given in the Institute.


Article 107.


1. each group of students will choose, by direct and secret suffrage during the first month of the school year, a delegate of the group, which will be part of the Board of delegates. It will be also elected a Deputy, who will replace the delegate in case of absence or illness and will support it in its functions.


2. elections of delegates shall be organized and convened by the head of studies, in collaboration with the tutors of the groups and representatives of the students in the School Board.


3. the delegation and subdelegation may be revoked, following a reasoned report directed to the tutor, by an absolute majority of students in the group that chose them. In this case, will be to call for new elections, in a period of fifteen days and in accordance with the preceding paragraph.


Article 108.


The Board of delegates shall have the following functions: to) raise proposals for the development of the educational project of the Institute to the management team.


(b) inform the representatives of the students in the School Board of the problems of each group or course.


(c) receive information from representatives of the students in this Council on the issues dealt with therein, and student federations, confederations and youth organisations legally constituted.


(d) prepare reports to the School Board on its own initiative or at the request of this.


(e) draw up proposals for amending the regulation of internal regime, within the scope of their competence.


(f) inform the students of the activities of the Board.


(g) proposals for criteria for the preparation of timetables for teaching and extracurricular activities.


(h) discuss issues you are going to treat the School Council in the area of its competence and raise motions for resolutions to their representatives at the same.


Article 109.


Upon request, the Board of delegates in plenary or in Committee, shall be heard by the governing bodies of the Institute, in the matters which, by their nature, require its audience and, especially, what a: refers to) celebration of tests and examinations.


(b) establishment and development of cultural, recreational and sports activities in the Institute.


(c) filing of claims in cases of neglect or breach of the educational tasks by the Institute.


(d) allegations and claims of objectivity and effectiveness in assessing the academic performance of students.


e) proposed sanctions to students by the Commission of failures that bring about the initiation of record.


(f) books and educational materials whose use is declared mandatory by the Institute.


(g) other actions and decisions that affect students specifically.


Article 110.


Corresponds to the group delegates: to) attend the meetings of the Board of delegates and to participate in its deliberations.


(b) expose the academic authorities suggestions and claims of the group that they represent.



(c) to promote coexistence between students of their group.


(d) collaborate with the teachers and with the authorities of the Institute for the proper functioning of the same.


(e) take care of the proper use of the material and the facilities of the Institute.


Article 111.


1. delegates may not be sanctioned by the exercise of their functions as spokespersons for students, in accordance with the regulations in force.


2. the members of the Board of delegates, in the exercise of their functions, shall have the right to know and to consult the records of the meetings of the School Board, and any other administrative documentation of the Institute, except one whose dissemination would affect the right to privacy of persons or the normal development of the academic assessment processes.


3. the head of studies will facilitate adequate space to Board of delegates so you can hold your meetings and material means necessary for its correct operation.


Title VI economic regime of the Institute article 112.


1. students of compulsory secondary education, secondary education and vocational training and the programs of social guarantee in public institutes are free. They will not be, therefore, subject to the payment of tuition fees. However, the institutes may receive voluntary contributions from parents or other institutions, in accordance with the legislation in force.


2. the institutes of secondary education will have autonomy in its economic management.


3. the economic management of the institutes shall be governed by the provisions of law 12/1987, of July 2, free studies of secondary education, vocational training and applied arts and crafts in public and economic management of public non-university educational institutions autonomy; in the Royal Decree 733/1988, of 24 June, the Ministry of relations with the courts and the Secretary of the Government, of development of law 12/1987, of 2 July, and in the order of 9 March 1990 that regulates the Administration and payment of tuition fees and develops the system of implementation of the economic management of non-University public educational institutions autonomy.


Title VII associations of parents of pupils and students article 113 associations.


1. in secondary education institutes, there can exist the associations of parents of pupils, regulated by Royal Decree 1533 / 1986, of 11 July, and students associations, regulated by Royal Decree 1532 / 1986, of 11 July.


2 associations of parents of pupils and students associations set up within each Institute will be able: to) raise the school board proposals for the development of the educational project and the annual general programming.


(b) inform the School Board of those aspects of the progress of the Institute that they consider appropriate.


(c) inform all members of the educational community in its activity.


(d) receive information from the School Board on the issues dealt with in the same, as well as receive the agenda of this Council before implementation, in order to be able to develop proposals.


(e) prepare reports to the School Board on its own initiative or at the request of this.


(f) draw up proposals for amending the regulation of internal regime.


(g) formulating proposals for additional activities that, once accepted, shall be included in the annual general programming.


(h) meet academic outcomes and evaluation making them by the School Board.


(i) receive a copy of the education project, the curriculum projects of stage and its modifications.


(j) information on textbooks and teaching materials adopted by the Centre.


(k) fostering collaboration between all members of the educational community.


(l) use the facilities of the Centre under the terms established by the School Board.


Title VIII article 114 teachings regime.


1 in the institutes of secondary education is determined by the teachings of general scheme and some of the teachings of special regime can be combined.


2. Likewise, at the institutes of secondary education which is determined there can exist linguistic sections specialized, prior agreement with the relevant international institutions. Institutes in which there are these sections can be imparted a part of the curriculum in the chosen language and organize follow-up activities needed to achieve the intended language objectives.


3. at the institutes where there is a specialized language section, the admission of students shall be governed as provided in the second final provision of the organic law governing the right to education.


Article 115.


The teachings laid down in the preceding article shall be approved by order of the Minister of education and science, which will adopt specific measures for the implementation underway, in particular concerning human resources staffing and sufficient technical and recognition of studies and subjects.


First additional provision.


When this regulation refers to the curricular project stage it is understood that phases are either compulsory secondary education, secondary education and vocational training of medium and top grade training cycles.


Second additional provision.


The provisions of this Royal Decree is understood without prejudice to the peculiarities of educational institutions from singular character to agreements between the Ministry of education and science and other departments.


First transitional provision.


1 provisionally, while in each case determined by the educational administration, schools of primary education may provide the first cycle of compulsory secondary education. In order to ensure the proper teaching coordination of these studies, these colleges shall be directed by the Ministry of education and science an Institute of secondary education.


2. teachers, students and parents of students in this educational cycle will be integrated into the primary school and will be part, as appropriate, of all its organs of Government and teaching coordination, and will assume all rights and obligations which, as members of the education community, are applicable to them.


3. the Ministry of education and science will establish the forms of coordination between the primary school and the Institute of secondary education to which it is attached.


4. the teaching departments of the Institute of secondary education included in its programming teachings correspond to the first cycle of compulsory secondary education taught by the primary school. For this purpose, teachers of the primary school responsible for the different areas will be incorporated into the departments of the Institute high school that correspond and attend meetings of the Department established. These meetings will be held on schedule that allows teachers in the primary school attendance.


5. by order of the Minister of education and science will develop and complete provisions of this transitional provision, the procedure shall be established to enable teachers who impart the first cycle of compulsory secondary education in primary education center to participate in the elaboration, adoption and evaluation of the curriculum project of this stage.


Second transitional provision.


Without prejudice to the provisions of article 1 of this regulation at the institutes of secondary education that provided high school unified and multi-purpose, University orientation and training course will continue teaching these lessons to extinction, in accordance with the schedule of implementation of the new management of the education system.


Third transitional provision.


1. the provisions of this Regulation shall apply in institutes of secondary education, in vocational training and in centres of teaching integrated from the time they becoming implanted in them any of the new teachings laid down in the organic law of the General Organization of the educational system, even when implantation occurs beforehand, as set out in the schedule of implementation of the new management of such teachings. From that moment, these institutes will move to secondary education institutes.


2 in the rest of the baccalaureate and vocational training institutes and centres integrated teachings that do not impart any of the new teachings laid down in the Act shall apply from the entry into force of this regulation set out in titles I, II, V, VI and VII to this regulation, without prejudice to the provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4 of this provision.


3. the Councils school elected under cover of the rules of procedure of the governing bodies of public basic general education, secondary education and vocational training centres will continue performing his duties until the end of the term for which they were elected.


4. the elections which, in his case, held to fill the vacancies in the School Board shall comply with the provisions of this regulation, except in relation to the composition of the Board of education, which is provided for in articles 25, 26 and 28 of the rules of procedure of the governing bodies of public centres of basic general education high school and vocational training.



5 individual governing bodies elected pursuant to the provisions of the rules of procedure of the governing bodies of public basic general education, secondary education and vocational training centres will continue performing his duties until the end of his term of office, unless there is one of the causes of termination provided for in this regulation.

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