Regulation (2012:161) Of Government Grants For The Training Of Mathematics Teachers And Mathematics Tutor

Original Language Title: Förordning (2012:161) om statsbidrag för fortbildning av matematiklärare och för matematikhandledare

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Introductory provisions

Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on State aid for

training of mathematics teachers in mathematics education and for

Math tutors of the school system except for the school,

pre-school class and the leisure-time.

With math teachers referred to in this regulation cover teacher

teach mathematics.

section 2 of the in-service training of mathematics teachers aims to increase

pupils ' achievement in mathematics by providing math teacher

1. the opportunity to gain knowledge in mathematics education through

Collegiate learning so that content, methods and forms of

mathematics teaching can be enhanced, and

2. professional support through the math supervisor.

3 § State aid provided under this regulation if there is

availability of funds. Regulation (2013:798).

Conditions for State aid

4 § State aid under this Regulation may be submitted to

1. the principals of the school system except for the school, pre-school class

and holiday home, and

2. training providers who, by agreement with one or more

municipalities or municipal adult education organizes special

education for adults as it has maintained

ownership of.

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

Regulation (2013:798).

paragraph 5 of the State grant is left with a lump sum of

mathematics teachers participating in training on working time and

1. are employees of the principal until further notice or for a

limited time, or

2. are employed by such providers of education referred to in

4 paragraph 2 until further notice or for a limited time

and who teach in municipal adult education or

special education for adults. Regulation (2013:798).

section 6 of the State grant also left for compensation for salary with a

flat rate for math tutors who

1. are employees of the principal or of such

training providers referred to in paragraph 4(1) 2, until

or for a limited period of time, and

2. at least 20 per cent of full time serving as

Math tutor for mathematics teachers participating in

training under section 5.

The lump sum referred to in the first subparagraph shall be equal to a maximum of 20

percent of the average full-time salary for a

mathematics teacher. Regulation (2013:798).

section 7 of the Government subsidies may be provided only for those teachers who

the principal or training providers referred to in paragraph 4 of the

first subparagraph 2 appointed to mathematics supervisor and as

1. qualified to teach in the subject of mathematics,

2. have at least four years of experience in teaching in

Mathematics, and

3. are expected to be proficient math teacher.

Regulation (2013:798).

8 § State aid may also be provided for other costs that can

be attributed to training or service under this


section 9 State grant for a math teacher who participates in

training provided under this regulation for a maximum period of one year.

Government grants for a mathematics tutor provided pursuant to this

Regulation for a maximum period of four years.

Applications and decisions on State aid

section 10 of application for Government grants made to the State's school as

hearing questions about the grant.

A decision on grants may be subject to conditions. These should include

of the decision.

section 11 of the principal or such providers of education referred to in

4 paragraph 2, of the State's school report

staff as the principal or applicant education provider

If State aid for the purposes of this regulation.

Regulation (2013:798).

Monitoring and reporting

section 12 of the State's school to follow up and evaluate the

Government grant has been used.

paragraph 13 of The who have received Government grants under this regulation

shall provide such financial and other reporting to the State

school work requests.

section 14 of the State's school shall submit in its annual report an aggregate

report of who has received Government grants under this

Regulation and with what amount and what contributions have been used


Refunds and chargebacks

section 15 of the one that has received State aid under this regulation

the payback is required if

1. the recipient by leaving through false statements or any

otherwise have caused that the grant has been submitted incorrectly

or with excessive amounts,

2. the grant of any other reasons have been given incorrectly or with

for the high amount and the recipient should have known this,

3. the refund entirely or partially unused or not

has been used for the purpose for which it has been granted,

4. the recipient does not submit such a report referred to in section 13,


5. the recipient did not comply with the terms of the decision on the contribution.

section 16 of the State's school will decide to fully or partially require

back a contribution if someone is obliged to refund under 15


If there are special reasons for it, the National Agency for education remit

repayment in whole or in part.

section 17 On State 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.


section 18 of the State's school may provide for

1. What are the costs that the Government under section 8 may be provided for,

2. the flat-rate amounts and the calculation of Government grant,


3. enforcement of this regulation.


section 19 of the Decision pursuant to this Regulation may not be appealed.