Regulation (2013:70) If State Contribution To School Authorities Establishing Career Steps For Teachers

Original Language Title: Förordning (2013:70) om statsbidrag till skolhuvudmän som inrättar karriärsteg för lärare

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Introduction



Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on State aid

to school authorities that in teaching using special

skilled teachers.



The purpose of Government grant is to encourage school authorities to

establish career step for particularly skilled teachers.



section 2 of the State subsidies, after the application is submitted to it under

Education Act (2010:800) is principal of



-preschool,



-elementary school,



-Basic special,



-special school,



-same school,



-upper secondary education,



-secondary special,



-municipal adult education,



-special education for adults, and



-education in Swedish for immigrants.



First teachers



section 3 with the first teachers referred to in this regulation a teacher



1. is a licensed teacher pursuant to Chapter 2. section 16 of the Education Act

(2010:800), according to regulations issued pursuant

Chapter 2. 16 (b) of the Education Act or pursuant to Chapter 27. 4 §

the Education Act,



2. documentation can account for at least four years of well

recognises work with teaching in the framework of one or

several jobs within the school system,



3. have shown particularly good ability to improve students '

study results and a strong interest in developing

teaching, and



4. While the remainder of the principal is judged to be particularly

qualified for teaching and tasks that belong to

teaching.



With a licensed teacher pursuant to the first subparagraph 1 assimilated

teachers without identification who pursue teaching with support

of Chapter 2. 17 paragraph 1 the second subparagraph and the Education Act.

Regulation (2014:122).



Lektor



section 4 with a teacher under this regulation a teacher

as



1. is licensed pursuant to Chapter 2. section 16 of the Education Act (2010:800),

According to regulations issued pursuant to Chapter 2.

16 (b) of the Education Act or pursuant to Chapter 27. 4 §

the Education Act,



2. have completed a degree at the doctoral level as per annex 2

to the higher education Ordinance (1993:100) referred to in section 5 or a

equivalent foreign degree, and



3. for at least four years of service as a teacher in

the school system has demonstrated teaching skills.



With a licensed teacher pursuant to the first subparagraph 1 assimilated

teachers without identification who pursue teaching with support

of Chapter 2. 17 paragraph 1 and the second subparagraph

the Education Act.



A teacher who has taught at universities or

high school need not comply with the condition laid down in the first subparagraph of paragraph 3.

Regulation (2014:122).



paragraph 5 of the doctoral degree required under paragraph 4(1) 2

shall relate to teaching or a substance completely or

mainly attributable to a subject of instruction in

school system.



Such a qualification referred to in the first subparagraph may also have

issued within the field of special education with close

related to the teaching of the school as the teacher is

engaged in with regard to



1. teachers who have a speciallärarexamen in accordance with annex II to

the higher education Ordinance (1993:100), and



2. teachers who have a degree that according to Chapter 1. paragraph 5 of the

Regulation (2011:326) for permission and identification

teachers and pre-school teachers and appointment as a lecturer.



Conditions for State aid



section 6 Of the Government subsidies to be provided for a teacher to have his

duties mainly consist of teaching and

information pertaining to teaching.



section 7 of the State subsidy may be paid to a principal at

the employment of a teacher has appointed him to the first teachers

provided that the teacher, when he was appointed to the

first teachers, got a salary that exceeded the median salary for the same

category teachers in principal with at least 5 000 per

month.



For a teacher who previously was employed by the principal

When the teacher was appointed as first teachers respect, instead of

What follows from the first subparagraph, that State aid may be paid

out to the principal if the salary of the teacher when the teacher got to

was appointed as first teachers meant a pay increase of at least 5 000

SEK per month. Regulation (2014:122).



section 8 Government subsidies may be paid to a principal at

the employment of a teacher has appointed him associate professor in

condition that the teacher, when he was appointed to associate professor, got

a salary that exceeded the median salary for teachers in the same category

the principal by at least 10 000 SEK per month.



For a teacher who previously was employed by the principal

When the teacher was appointed to associate professor applies, instead of what

follows from the first subparagraph, that Government subsidies may be paid to

the principal of the salary that the teacher got when the teacher was appointed

to associate professor meant a pay increase of at least 10 000 per

month. Regulation (2014:122).



8 a of If several teachers who previously was employed by

the same principal has been designated as the first teachers or lecturers

and the principal has applied for government subsidies for these, apply in

rather than section 7, second subparagraph, and paragraph 8 of the second paragraph, that

Government grants may be paid for these teachers under

condition that the overall pay increase per month for

These, when they were appointed to the first teachers or lecturers,

to at least the sum of the amounts of 5 000 SEK per month for

each first teachers and 1,000 euros per month for each

Lecturer. Regulation (2014:122).



§ 9 the different categories of teachers referred to in section 7 and section 8

is



-teachers in preschool and grades 1-6;



-teachers in grades 7-9,



-teachers of other subjects than vocational subjects in secondary schools, and



-vocational education teachers in secondary schools.



Teachers in other school forms shall be assigned to any of

categories in the first paragraph with regard to their

basic teaching degree.



section 10 For a teacher who work less than full time, the amounts

in 7 and 8 § § reduced correspondingly.



Premium years



section 11 of the State contribution is paid for one year at a time (premium years) in

the extent to which there is access to resources. Grant year beginning 1

July. Regulation (2013:729).



Amount of the grant per teacher



section 12 of the State grant for a first teachers amounts to

85 000 per premium years.



paragraph 13 of the State's contribution for a lecturer amounts to 170 000 SEK

per premium years. Regulation (2013:531).



section 14 For a teacher who was appointed to the first teachers or senior lecturer

and working less than full-time or not working as

first teachers or senior lecturer grant throughout the grant year shall amount

According to sections 12 and 13 are reduced correspondingly.

Regulation (2013:729).



Contribution of spit and benefit framework



section 15 of each premium years shall establish a State school

joint contribution pot for all principals who have fewer than 75

students and the grant framework for each principal that has at least 75

pupils.



Contribution of spit



16 § Contributions pot shall be set so that it represents the percentage

of the total government contribution that is matched by the number of students

of all operators with fewer than 75 students divided by the total

the number of students in each of the principals.



In the calculation referred to in the first subparagraph, in the basis of

the calculation include students in preschool, primary school,

because special, special school, Sami school, secondary school and

high school special.



Grant framework



section 17 of the calculation of the premium frames shall be based on the amount

remains of the total government contribution since grants pot has

determined in accordance with section 16.



Grant framework must be established so that for each principal

It forms part of the amount referred to in the first paragraph that

corresponds to the number of students in the principal divided by the

total number of pupils of all principals who have at least 75

pupils. The amount shall be rounded to the nearest number that is evenly

multiple of 85 000.



In the calculation referred to in the second paragraph, in the basis of

the calculation include students in preschool, primary school,

because special, special school, Sami school, secondary school and

high school special.



Decision on State aid to the principals that have fewer than 75

students



section 18 of the Last three months before the grant year begin, State

decide which school principals to be awarded

State grant from the grant pot. Government grants may be awarded to

principals who have fewer than 75 students and who have applied for

contribution.



The amount of the grant shall be 85 000 crowns. For a teacher

appointed as the first teachers or senior lecturer and working less

than full time or not worked as first teachers or senior lecturer

the amount of the grant throughout the grant year shall be reduced accordingly.



The first time contribution from subsidy pot should be distributed to

the grant is divided between the applicants so that a geographical

dispersion is achieved. During subsequent grant opportunities,

contributions primarily assigned to principals who have received grants

preceding premium years and assigned principals so

to additional geographical distribution is achieved.

Regulation (2013:729).



Decision on State aid to the principals that have at least 75 students



Amount of grants per head



section 19 of the Last three months before the grant year begin, State

at the request of a school principal who received a

grant framework established to make decisions about the maximum amount

in accordance with the second subparagraph may be submitted to the principal in

State subsidies during the grant year.



Contributions may be left with the amount of the grant framework and with the amount

but the grant framework. The amount of the grant framework must be calculated

under section 20. Amount but the grant framework shall be equal to the

21-23 sections. Regulation (2013:729).



Amount of the grant framework



section 20 of the amount of the grant framework should be based on the principal's

application and shall be calculated in accordance with paragraphs 12 to 14.



The amount may not exceed the established for the principal

grant framework.



Amount but the grant framework



21 § If available funds are sufficient to award in addition to the

defined contribution limits, additional contributions be fixed

of the principals who have applied for grants but its


Premium frames. The amounts will be calculated in accordance with paragraphs 22 and 23.



Premium amount referred to in the first subparagraph shall only be established for

principals who, without rounding in accordance with section 17, second subparagraph,

received his premium frame set at a minimum of 85 000 crowns.



section 22 of the amount but grant framework must be established so that the

for each principal represents the proportion of the funds that are

available for redistribution and which corresponds to the number of

students in the principal divided by the total number of students

among the principals that belopp except grant framework must be established

for, subject to the provisions of section 23.



In the calculation referred to in the first subparagraph, in the basis of

the calculation include students in preschool, primary school,

because special, special school, Sami school, secondary school and

high school special.



section 23 of any amount shall not be established for a principal of

the calculation under section 22 leads to an amount that is less than

85 000 crowns.



For other principals, the sum shall be determined

rounded to the nearest number that is evenly divisible by 85 000.



A principal may not be awarded higher in total State aid

than what is expected to be submitted to the principal for

the following premium years with application of the year

grant framework.

Payment of government subsidies



24 §/expires U: 2015-12-21/

State grants are paid out of the State school after

requisition twice per premium years. The requisition shall have

submitted to the National Agency for education by 1 november and

on 15 May.



When the requisition to the principal



– specify which teachers they have requested the State subsidy for, and



– attest to the condition set out in section 6 are met.



When the principal claim government subsidies for the first time for a

teachers, the principal shall also certify that the conditions in 7 or

section 8 are met. Regulation (2013:729).



the entry into force of section 24/in: 2015-12-21/

State grants are paid out of the State school after requisition twice per premium years.



By requisition shall specify the principal-teachers they have requested the State subsidy for, and to attest to the condition set out in section 6 are met.



When the principal claim government subsidies for the first time for a teacher, the principal shall also certify that the conditions set out in section 7 or 8 are met. Regulation (2015:734).



Refunds and chargebacks



section 25 a principal that has received State aid under this

Regulation is liable to refund if



1. the principal has used the State's contribution other than as

the provisions of this regulation,



2. the principal by providing inaccurate or incomplete

information or otherwise caused to

State subsidies have been provided improperly or with excessive amounts,



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

or with excessive amounts and the principal should have realized

This, or



4. the principal does not leave such tasks as referred to in section 27.



If the principal is the repayment obligation referred to in the first subparagraph

should the State alone may decide to fully or partially require

back State subsidies. If there are special reasons for it,

the National Agency for education may waive recovery in whole or in part.

Regulation (2014:122).



section 26 of The Government subsidies needed 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 State's school

waive requirements on interest in whole or in part.



Follow-up



paragraph 27 of the State's school will monitor how the State's contribution has

been used. Principals who have received government subsidies are required

to participate in the monitoring and evaluation of

activities that are determined by the National Agency for education. The principal shall also

supply the information requested by the National Agency for education.



Authorization



section 28 of the State's school must notify the regulations needed

for the enforcement of this regulation.



Appeal



section 29 of the State's skolverks decision under this regulation,

not subject to appeal.



Transitional provisions



2013:70



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on March 20, 2013.



2. The first grant year shall cover the period 1 July

2013-december 31, 2013. For this period, instead of the

amount specified in 12, 17, 18, 21 and 23 of the 42 500 SEK

and instead of the amounts referred to in paragraph 13 of 85 000

Crowns may apply. Under this premium years shall the payment of

Government grants under section 24 to be done once.



3. for the purposes of section 3, 1 and 4 of the first paragraph 1 of

grant year 2013, the requirement that a teacher is licensed also

be satisfied by the teachers who meet the conditions for

be employed as teachers without a time limit as referred to in Chapter 2. 20 §

first subparagraph, the Education Act (2010:800) in its version prior to the

1 July 2011.



2013:729



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 15 november 2013.



2. the provisions of paragraphs 14 and 18 in its new wording

apply from 1 January 2014. For time

prior to that, these provisions of their older

version.



3. From 1 January 2014 – June 30, 2014, will be a

Premium years. For the grant year shall



a) amount in 12, 17, 18, 21 and 23 of the respective section 13 be

85 42 500 000 respectively,



(b)) the same amount as determined by the State school

18 and 19 sections of the grant year July 1, 2013 to 31 december 2013

shall apply, subject to the 4, and



c) a requisition under section 24 of the first subparagraph have been received

last modified on May 15.



4. For principals who have at least 75 students and for which

before the grant year July 1, 2013 to 31 december 2013 is either not

has been established, any refund or have established a

grant amounts under section 19 of which is lower than the principal's

grant framework, the National Agency for education on application, fix a

premium amount for the grant year 1 January – 30 June 2014, with

application of the framework the National Agency for education under section 17 of the

established for the grant year July 1, 2013 to 31 december 2013.



2014:122



This Regulation shall enter into force on april 15, 2014 and

apply for the first time in the case of State aid relating to the

grant year 2014/15.



2015:734



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 21 december, 2015.



2. the regulation also applied to the requisitions submitted to the school prior to the entry into force of the State.