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Regulation (2011:131) With Instruction For The Sami School Board

Original Language Title: Förordning (2011:131) med instruktion för Sameskolstyrelsen

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section 1 of the Sami school board responsible for education in the same school

and in preschool and daycare at a skolenhet with

Sami school.

The authority shall, through their activities, promote to all children

the Sami people have access to an equal education

According to the Education Act (2010:800) with Sami

teaching elements of good quality in a safe environment.

The authority shall contribute to favorable conditions for

children's development and learning, and improved

the learning outcomes for students in the same school.

The authority has also other functions required by this

Regulation or of other specific provisions or

specific decisions.

2 § the museums shall

1. assist municipalities with regard to outreach

among the Sami people,

2. provide information on the Sami school and about the Saami

the educational component of the school system, and

3. promote the development and production of teaching materials for

Sami tuition.

paragraph 3 of the authority may, after agreement with the municipality take over

the responsibility for municipal tasks in preschool.

The authority shall take out compensation by municipality for such

activity. Revenue appropriated by the authority.

Conduct of work

4 § the museums shall integrate a gender equality perspective

and mainstreaming human rights in its activities.

The authority shall also take particular account in its operations

the best interests of the child in accordance with the Convention on the



§ 5 Authority is headed by a Board.

section 6 of the Board shall consist of five members.


section 7 at the Board has a Secretariat headed by a Dean.

The Dean shall assist the Board in its activities and

in particular, work to ensure that the training is being developed.

Caseload management

section 8 When matters of major importance are dealt with, if possible,

all members of the Board must be present.

section 9 If a case is so urgent that the Committee did not have time to

meet to deal with it, get the case settled

through contacts between the Chairman and the other


If neither this hinns with or appropriate, may

the President alone decide the case after consultation with the

the head of school. Such a decision shall be notified, at the next

meeting of the Board.

section 10 of the rules of procedure, the Board may provide for

or in a particular case, decide that the Dean may decide

cases that are of such a nature that they do not need to be determined

by the Board.

section 11 of the rules of procedure, the Board may provide for

or in a particular case, decide that matters is determined

According to section 10 does not have to be preferred.

Positions and assignments

section 12 Of Chapter 2. 1 § 2 the Sami Parliament Act (1992:1433), it follows that

the members of the Board are appointed by the Sami Parliament. Members

be appointed for a fixed period of time.

The Sami Parliament appoint the Chairman of the Board for a specific

time. The Board elects among its members a Vice-Chairman of a

certain time.

paragraph 13 of the school director is hired by the Sami Parliament on a proposal by


As the head of school may only be employed as through education

and the experience is educational insight.

section 14 regarding the Dean is trying Government disciplinary board

questions about responsibility, discipline and dismissal of prosecution notification.

Staff disciplinary board

section 15 at the Agency, there shall be a staff disciplinary board.

The Dean will be Chair of the staff disciplinary board.

Applicability of certain regulations

16 § the museums shall apply the staff representatives Ordinance


Exemptions from government regulation

section 17 the following provisions of the governmental regulation

(2007:515) shall not apply to the authority:

the third subparagraph of paragraph 20 of the report, and

section 24 if deputies.


section 18 Of section 21 of the Employment Ordinance (1994:373)

that decision in an employment matter under this

Regulation may be appealed to the State's Appeals Board.

By section 21 of the Employment Ordinance follows further that

the Agency's proposal to hire a head of school or

decision to cancel a selection procedure may not

subject to appeal.