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Regulation (2013:120) If State Contribution To Quality Improvement Measures For Students With Certain Disabilities

Original Language Title: Förordning (2013:120) om statsbidrag till kvalitetshöjande åtgärder för elever med vissa funktionsnedsättningar

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Introductory provisions

Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on State aid


1. quality improvement measures in order to increase the effectiveness

for pupils in comprehensive schools, vocational programs and special school

who are deaf or hard of hearing, or have a grave

language impairment, and

2. new or expanded auditory activities in order to increase

possibility to choose the school for pupils with these school forms

who are deaf or hard of hearing. Regulation (2013:928).

2 § State aid under this Regulation may be made under

period 2013-2015.

The State contribution is paid for one calendar year (premium years) at a time.

Regulation (2013:928).

Conditions for State aid

3 § State aid under this Regulation may be submitted to the

who is the principal of the elementary school, vocational or special

special school.

Government subsidies may be provided subject to availability of funds.

section 4 of the Government subsidies may be provided for measures related to

1. additional staffing,

2. enhancing skills of teachers and other

development efforts,

3. the acquisition of learning tools,

4. adaptation of the teaching environment, and

5. new or expanded educational environments.

Application and payment

Application and decision

section 5 of the National Coordinator for quality in education

for students with certain disabilities (U2013:02)

decides on Government subsidies at the request of a principal for

one of the school forms referred to in paragraph 3.

The application shall be accompanied by a plan for a long-term and

stable development of the activities of the students referred to in

§ 1.

section 6, if more applications for Government grants than it

availability of funds for, the national coordinator of

selection. The selection shall be made to the State contribution


1. to main men where it's expected to lead to the greatest effect for

pupils ' attainment, and

2. between principals across the country.


7 § kammarkollegiet pays the State contribution. Government grants should

be paid at one point for each premium years.


§ 8 the one that have received Government grants under this

Regulation shall provide the National Coordinator the

written accounts that the coordinator requests.

Regulation (2013:928).

Repayment of Government contribution

§ 9 a principal that has received State aid under this

Regulation is the repayment obligation, if

1. the receiver by providing incorrect information or

any other way has caused that the contribution has been provided

improperly or with excessive amounts,

2. State grant for any other reason has been submitted incorrectly

or with too high amount and the recipient should have realized


3. the State contribution has not been used for the purpose for which it has

granted, or

4. the recipient does not submit such a report referred to in section 8.

If the National Coordinator determines that there is reason to

consider that a beneficiary must pay back State subsidies,

should the case be forwarded to, kammarkollegiet, which decides in

the question. Kammarkollegiet may, if there are special reasons,

decide that the receiver completely or partly released from

the repayment obligation. Regulation (2013:928).

section 10 On Government subsidies required back, interest will be charged from

on the day that is one month after the decision on the

chargebacks have been made, and after an interest rate at each

time exceeds government lending rate with two

percentage points.

If there are special reasons for it, the kammarkollegiet completely

or partially waive a claim for interest.

Appeal a ban

paragraph 11 of the Decision in the cases pursuant to this Regulation shall not

subject to appeal.

Transitional provisions


1. this Regulation shall enter into force on January 1, 2014.

2. the provisions of paragraphs 8 and 9 in its new wording should also

apply to refunds which have been granted for the time before

the entry into force.