Regulation (2011:398) On Special Education With Jewish Studies In Primary School

Original Language Title: Förordning (2011:398) om särskild utbildning med judiska studier i grundskolan

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section 1 of this regulation provides for an education

in elementary school, which includes Jewish studies.

Education is one such special training referred to in 10

Cape. 6 § 2 Education Act (2010:800).

Who can organise training

section 2 of a principal for a skolenhet with primary school may, after

permission from the State school, arrange the Special

education in grades 7-9.

A permit may apply for a maximum of six years.


section 3 of the special education aims to increase

opportunities for students in primary school who belong to the

national minority Jews to deepen their knowledge of

their minority culture, history, traditions and religion.

The programme shall be open to other students.

National recruitment

4 § When a municipality organises specific training shall

students from all over the country are received to the education subject



§ 5 If there is no space for all applicants to the

special education, selection shall be made on the grounds that

Statens skolverk approves.

The National Agency for education shall consult with the State school inspection before

The National Agency for education approves basics.

Education content and design

section 6, in addition to the subjects as evidenced by 10. section 4 of the Education Act

(2010:800), teaching in the subject of Jewish studies included in

the special education.

Statens skolverk may provide for knowledge requirements in

the topic of Jewish studies.

for the purposes of section 7 h plan in annex 1 of the Education Act

(2010:800), the teaching of the subject of Jewish studies

include 240 hours that the hourly plan may be used for

the school's choice.

section 8 students in the special education, such as language selection

be offered instruction in Hebrew and Yiddish.

section 9 For teaching in the subject of Jewish studies, principal

use a teacher with an education designed for teaching in

history, religion, or social studies in

grades 7-9.

The application and authorisation

section 10 of the application to host the special education will

be submitted to the State school.

The National Agency for education may provide for application time and if

application content.

An application shall be submitted to the National Agency for education under this

Regulation may be transmitted electronically.

section 11 of the State's school shall approve an application for

organise specific training, if

1. the training satisfies the conditions laid down in this regulation,

2. the education otherwise meets the requirements for training in

elementary school,

3. the costs of the training does not exceed the costs

for other education in primary schools in the principal, and

4. the programme is expected to contribute to it in paragraph 3 of the specified purpose

with the special education.

section 12 of the State's skolverks decision shall specify the skolenhet

the principal may organize specific training and how

many students that education may cover. The decision shall also

specify how long the condition applies.

paragraph 13 of the State's skolverks decision under this regulation,

not subject to appeal.

Transitional provisions


1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 15 May 2011.

2. this Regulation shall apply to teaching beginning

After 30 June 2011.

3. For students who have studied the topic Jewish studies under

Regulation (SKOLFS, 2002:8) on Jewish studies in primary school

in Stockholm, the following shall apply for training in

the topic for the academic year 2011/12 for students in grade 9.

The syllabus and the grading criteria for the grades Well accepted

and Very well accepted by the Board of education

established for the substance to be applied.

When grading in substance, the provisions of Chapter 7. 3, 4

and 6-9 § § primary Regulation (1994:1194) apply.