Regulation (2011:130) With Instruction For Special Needs Education

Original Language Title: Förordning (2011:130) med instruktion för Specialpedagogiska skolmyndigheten

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section 1 special needs education shall endeavour to

all children, students and adult learners with

disabilities access to an equivalent

training and other activities 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 and adult learners.



The authority responsible for the special education support and

education in special school and preschool and

holiday home in a skolenhet with special school. Authority

also has other functions required by this regulation

or of other specific provisions or specific

decision.



Special education support



2 § the museums shall, in matters concerning special education

children, youth and adults with disabilities give advice

and support to principals with responsibility for



1. education within the school system,



2. international schools in accordance with Chapter 24. the Education Act

(2010:800),



3. education in special youth under 24 Cape.

the Education Act, and



4. other educational activities according to chapter 25. the Education Act.



3 § the museums shall with regard to such activities as

referred to in paragraph 2 of the



1. organise and participate in professional development,



2. conduct and participate in special needs

development activities, and



3. compile and disseminate results of research

that is relevant to the field of special education.

Regulation (2011:1161).



4 § the museums shall assist the principals responsible for

activities with specific nursing interventions for students

that is such a Rh-custom training referred to in

15. Education Act (2010:800) with administrative services in

When the local school authorities and home counties pay

reimbursement for certain costs for the students to these

principals according to chapter 15. section 40 of the Education Act.



5 § the museums shall provide special needs inquiry

in the resource center for children and adolescents



1. is deaf-blind,



2. in other cases than those referred to in paragraph 1 are visually impaired,



3. in other cases than those referred to in paragraph 1 is visually impaired and has

additional disabilities,



4. in other cases than those referred to in paragraph 1 are deaf or

hard of hearing and who also have a developmental disability, and



5. have a severe language disorders.



The investigation may also include children who do not have

begun in the activities referred to in paragraphs 2 and 11.



In the activities of a resource center to include that

inform and educate teachers, other staff, and

guardian.



Learning materials



6 § the museums shall with regard to such activities as

referred to in paragraph 2 of the promote and inform about the availability of

educational materials for children, adolescents and adults with

disabilities. The authority may develop, adapt,

produce and distribute educational materials in the

extent to which the needs cannot be met at the

commercial textbook market.



Special school



7 § the museums shall, in particular, push for an increased

goal achievement in special school and otherwise develop

the quality of education.



The authority shall provide the students of special school a

student accommodation with high quality and good conditions

for active leisure.



section 8 Special school will have school units for pupils from all over

country (national schools) and school units with regional

catchment areas (regional schools).



§ 9 the national schools should exist for students who



1. is deaf-blind,



2. in other cases than those referred to in paragraph 1 is visually impaired and has

additional disabilities,



3. in other cases than those referred to in paragraph 1 are deaf or

hard of hearing and who, because of mental retardation does not

can receive their education in a region's school, and



4. have a severe language disorders.



section 10 of the region's schools are intended for people who are deaf or

hearing impaired pupils who do not have education with

specific actions at the national schools.



Regional schools will be located in Örebro, Härnösand, Stockholm,

Vänersborg and Lund.



The authority may provide for regional schools

catchment areas.



11 § the museums shall carry on the education of children and

young people referred to in section 11 of the Act (2010:801) for the inclusion of

Education Act (2010:800).



Management of Government grants and contributions



12 § the museums shall administer government grants and contributions

According to specific provisions or specific decisions.

The authority will also follow up and evaluate the efforts

for which Government support and contribution has been provided.



Other tasks



13 § the museums shall provide teckenspråksutbildning for

siblings of deaf or hard-of-hearing children and children of

deaf or hard of hearing parents.



14 § the museums shall disseminate information to, and actively

work to make its activities known for such

principals referred to in paragraph 2, their staff, students, other

students and parents/guardians.



15 § the museums shall operate within the European

Agency for development in special needs education

specific assistance, European Agency for Development in

Special Needs Education.



Conduct of work



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The authority 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

rights.



16 section/entry into force: 2016-05-01/

The authority will integrate a gender perspective and the human rights perspective in their activities. All individual-based information agency reports should be divided by gender, unless there are special reasons for not doing so.



The authority shall also analyse the consequences of their activities for children, taking particular account of the best interests of the child under the United Nations Convention on the rights of the child.



The authority shall in its activities consult the organisations representing people with disabilities. Regulation (2016:251).



/Rubriken expires U: 2016-05-01/

Collaboration



section 17/expire U:2016-05-01 by Regulation (2016:251)./

The authority shall cooperate with the State's school, the State's

school inspection, Skolforsknings Institute and other

authorities responsible for questions of disability in

order to achieve the education and disability policy

objectives of the school grounds.



The authority shall interact with the Skolforsknings Institute and

Statens skolverk especially when it comes to disseminating and

make relevant research results with good

scientific quality.



The Agency shall consult the organisations representing

persons with disabilities. Regulation (2014:1576).



Management



section 18 Authority is headed by a head of Government.



19 § at the Agency, there shall be an Advisory Council which

consists of a maximum of nine members.



Decision-making bodies



20 § within the Agency, there is a special decision-making bodies

is referred to the Board for the reception of special school and for

RH-custom training. The Board shall hear questions about



1. acceptance of the special school in accordance with Chapter 7. section 6 of the Education Act

(2010:800), and



2. admission to the Rh-custom training for certain

high schools and other issues concerning the right of such

training in accordance with Chapter 15. 36 § Education Act.



paragraph 21 of the Board for the reception of special school and for Rh-

custom training consists of a Chairman and not less than six

and not more than ten other members. In Committee, there shall be

representatives of the elementary school, vocational programs,

special school, secondary school and high school programs, as well as

for people with disabilities.



section 22 of the Board for the reception of special school and for Rh-

custom training is a quorum when the Chairperson and at least

half of the other members are present.



section 23 where a case is so urgent that the Board of

reception in the special school and for Rh-customized training

do not have time to meet to deal with it, the matter

be determined through contacts between the Chairman and the other

members.



If neither this hinns with or appropriate, may

the President alone decide the matter. Such a decision shall

be reported at the next meeting of the Board.



section 24 of the Board for the reception of special school and for Rh-

custom training is responsible for their decisions.



The Board is responsible for its activities for the Agency's

management.



section 25 of the Authority's management is responsible to the Government for

to the Board for the reception of special school and for Rh-

custom training is assigned funds and resources in General

of their activities and to activities carried out

lawfully and effectively and that it is reported on the

a reliable way.



Caseload management



section 26 of the rules of procedure, the authority may notify the

regulations or in a particular case, decide to

the Chairman of the Board for the reception of special school and

for Rh-custom training to decide cases under section 20

that is the battle that they do not need to be determined by the

Board.



section 27 Cases to be decided after presentation.



The authority may, in its rules of procedure provide for

or in a particular case, decide that matters is determined

According to section 26 does not have to be preferred.



Positions and assignments



section 28 of the Director-General is the head of Government.



section 29 of the Chairman and other members of the Board of

reception in the special school and for Rh-customized training

be appointed by the authority for a specified period of time. The Board appoints the

among its members a Vice-Chairman.



Staff disciplinary board



section 30 at the Agency, there shall be a

staff disciplinary board.



Applicability of certain regulations



31 § the museums shall apply internal audit regulation

(2006:1228) and staff representatives Ordinance

(1987:1101).



Fees



section 32 Limits in paragraph 4(2) the fee regulation


(1992:191) shall not apply to the authority in relation to

such goods and services referred to in the first subparagraph 1 – 4 the same

clause.



The authority may charge fees



1. after agreement with a municipality for assistance to students in need

specific assistance,



2. to provide learning materials and inventories;



3. for food and lodging in connection with training courses and visits,

and



4. from the Education Council with regard to the administration of

reinforcement contribution to folk high schools.



Authority may decide on the size of the fees referred to in the second

paragraph 1-3 up to full cost recovery. The authority may

decide on the size of the fees referred to in the second subparagraph 4.



The authority may dispose of fee revenues.

Regulation (2011:1595).



Appeal



section 33 authority's decision regarding the allocation of contributions

may not be appealed.