Secondary Regulation (2010:2039)

Original Language Title: Gymnasieförordning (2010:2039)

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1 Cape. Introductory provisions



Contents of the regulation



paragraph 1 of the Regulation contains the following chapter:



– introductory provisions (Chapter 1),



-principals (Chapter 2),



– educational times (Chapter 3),



-the content and scope (4 chapters),



– fjärrundervisning (4 a chapter),



– deviations within the national programmes (Chapter 5.),



– induction program (Chapter 6),



– access, choice and the procedure for admission (7 chapters),



– grades, high school diploma and examination (Chapter 8),



— aid measures (Chapter 9),



-education for the deaf and hard of hearing (10 chapters),



– training for disabled young people in difficulty (Rh-custom

education) (Chapter 11),



-students (12 chapters),



-contribution to the principals of independent high schools and

high school särskolor (Chapter 13),



– training for pupils in special youth home (13 a chapter),

and



– other provisions (Chapter 14).

Regulation (2015:291).



Provisions for further training in the form of a fourth

technical year



section 2 of the regulations on further training in the form of a fourth

technical year, see Regulation (2014:854) if

further training in the form of a fourth year technically and

Government subsidies for such training. Regulation (2014:860).



Definitions



3 §/expires U: 2016-01-26/

Means



– the context of learning: learning in a program

carried out at one or more places of work outside school,



– complete program: grades from courses and a

high school work or secondary special education work to an extent

about 2 500 high school credits or secondary special education credits according to a

individual study plan,



– guaranteed teaching time: the minimum teaching time in

hours that students should be offered according to Chapter 16. section 18 or 19

Cape. section 20 of the Education Act (2010:800),



– secondary apprenticeships: training begins

First, second or third academic year within a professional programs in

upper secondary school or the first, second, third or fourth

the school year in a national programme of upper secondary school pupils and

that more than half are carried out at one or more

jobs outside school,



– high school work: a record of the 100 high school credits that

the students carry out within the framework of the exam objectives,



– secondary common substances: the substances to be included in the

national programmes in secondary schools to the extent that

set out in annex 3 to the Education Act,



– high school credits: a measure of the studieomfattningen of a course in

secondary school or high school work,



-secondary special education work: a record of 100

high school special education credits that students carry out within the framework of the

the programme objectives,



-secondary special education common substances: the substances to be included in the

national programmes in upper secondary school pupils in the extent

set out in annex 5 to the Education Act,



-secondary special education credits: a measure of the studieomfattningen of a

course in high school or secondary school for pupils with special education work,



– character topics: the substances through which a program gets its

character,



– National Programme Council: the National Council for

the vocational programmes at upper secondary school as voters to skolverk

be responsible for according to section 8 of the Regulation (2011:555) with

instruction for State skolverk,



– new courses: courses initiated by principals or by other

stakeholders in accordance with section 6, and as the National Agency for education has announced

According to section 4 of the regulations,



– programme level: such topics or classes within

exam objectives or the objectives of the programme complement

secondary common or high school special education joint and

program common substances and the National Agency for education announced

regulations pursuant to Chapter 4. 5 §,



--program common substances: courses in high school joint or

high school special education common substances in addition to the extent

set out in annex III and annex v to the Education Act or

other courses and to be read by all students on

the program,



— riksrekryterande education: an education in

a secondary school or secondary särskola with public

principal as applicants from all over the country to be received to the

first and foremost,



– study the way: the program, and, where appropriate, the

focus, this secondary apprenticeship or the

Special variant as the pupil goes on,



Special variant: a training in accordance with Chapter 5. 1 of may

deviating from what is otherwise applicable to national programs,



– professional output: a term for a specific professional skills as a

combination of courses in yrkesprogrammens

program specialization leads to,



– vocational subjects: vocational character topics.

Regulation (2014:70).



3 §/comes into force: 2016-01-26/

Means



– the context of learning: learning in a program

carried out at one or more places of work outside school,



– complete program: grades from courses and a

high school work or secondary special education work to an extent

about 2 500 high school credits or secondary special education credits according to a

individual study plan,



– guaranteed teaching time: the minimum teaching time in

hours that students should be offered according to Chapter 16. section 18 or 19

Cape. section 20 of the Education Act (2010:800),



– secondary apprenticeships: training begins

First, second or third academic year within a professional programs in

upper secondary school or the first, second, third or fourth

the school year in a national programme of upper secondary school pupils and

that more than half are carried out at one or more

jobs outside school,



– high school work: a record of the 100 high school credits that

the students carry out within the framework of the exam objectives,



– secondary common substances: the substances to be included in the

national programmes in secondary schools to the extent that

set out in annex 3 to the Education Act,



– high school credits: a measure of the studieomfattningen of a course in

secondary school or high school work,



-secondary special education work: a record of 100

high school special education credits that students carry out within the framework of the

the programme objectives,



-secondary special education common substances: the substances to be included in the

national programmes in upper secondary school pupils in the extent

set out in annex 5 to the Education Act,



-secondary special education credits: a measure of the studieomfattningen of a

course in high school or secondary school for pupils with special education work,



– character topics: the substances through which a program gets its

character,



– National Programme Council: the national programme Council for

secondary vocational education which the State responsible skolverk

for according to section 10 of the Regulation (2015:1047) with instruction for

Statens skolverk,



– new courses: courses initiated by principals or by other

stakeholders in accordance with section 6, and as the National Agency for education has announced

According to section 4 of the regulations,



– programme level: such topics or classes within

exam objectives or the objectives of the programme complement

secondary common or high school special education joint and

program common substances and the National Agency for education announced

regulations pursuant to Chapter 4. 5 §,



--program common substances: courses in high school joint or

high school special education common substances in addition to the extent

set out in annex III and annex v to the Education Act or

other courses and to be read by all students in the program,



— riksrekryterande education: an education in a

secondary school or secondary public särskola principal

as applicants from all over the country to be received in the first instance,



– study the way: the program, and, where appropriate, the

focus, this secondary apprenticeship or the

Special variant as the pupil goes on,



Special variant: a training in accordance with Chapter 5. 1 of may

deviating from what is otherwise applicable to national programs,



– professional output: a term for a specific professional skills as a

combination of courses in yrkesprogrammens

program specialization leads to,



– vocational subjects: vocational character topics.

Regulation (2015:1048).



Curriculum



3 a section For secondary schools for a curriculum in accordance with Chapter 1. section 11 of the

first subparagraph Education Act (2010:800).



The curriculum can be found in the curriculum for

upper secondary school. It is complemented by the exam objectives for

high school national programmes and of plans.

Regulation (2011:1045).



Topic plans



4 § according to 16 Cape. section 21 and 19 Cape. section 22 of the Education Act (2010:800)

It is for each topic be the subject plan. It will provide the tutor

and students space to plan instruction.



Of the subject plan shall show:



– the purpose of the substance,



– each course that is part of the topic,



– the core content for each course,



– the number of high school credits or secondary special education credits each

course includes, and



– knowledge requirements for each course.



Except in the case of the high school common subjects may

Statens skolverk provide for the subject plans. Such

rules may mean that some courses or topics only

get organized on some courses. Regulation (2012:402).



paragraph 5 of the regulations on the subject plans for vocational subjects in

secondary schools will be announced after consultation with a national

Programme Committee. Regulation (2012:402).



The thematic plans



5 a § according to chapter 19. section 22 of the Education Act (2010:800) to the

each subject area in upper secondary pupils be a

the thematic plan. It will provide space for teachers and students

to plan instruction.



Of the thematic plan shall show



— thematic area's purpose,



— thematic area's core content, and



— thematic area's underwriting standards.



Statens skolverk may provide for

the thematic plans. Regulation (2012:402).



New courses



section 6 of The new course will give knowledge of an existing substance or in

a new topic.



A principal or other interested party may apply to the State

skolverk on a new course.



Individual study plan



7 § a student's individual study plan shall, when applicable,

contain information on the



– the study path the student goes on and if the choice of courses or

subject areas the student has done,



– whether the student is a full or extended

program,



– the courses included in the pupil's full program and,

If the student is an EP, which courses that are

outside the complete program,



– whether the pupil is an individual custom program and


If so, what courses which have been replaced,



– whether the student follows a reduced programme and in the

scope and if possible, the courses that have been removed,



– student's studies in elementary subjects, and



– other actions that are beneficial for the students

knowledge development and intended to be part of the training

If the student is an introduction programme.

Regulation (2012:402).



Local programme Council



section 8 For the vocational programmes at upper secondary school should there be a

or more local programme Council for collaboration between school and

working life. Regulation (2012:402).



Chapter 2. Principals



Approval as an individual principal



§ 1 an application for approval as a principal for a

some training in high school or secondary school pupils to

reach the State school inspection by 31

January calendar year before the training starts.



The first subparagraph shall not apply if there are special reasons with

into account the students ' ability to pursue their education.

Regulation (2014:1028).



2 § When the State school inspection dealing with matters concerning the authorisation

According to section 1, the municipality where the training will be given

opportunity to comment Even the neighboring municipalities that can

likely to be affected by the application shall be given an opportunity to be heard.



When a municipality gives its opinion should include an impact assessment

to its opinion.



paragraph 3 of the Decision in a case referred to in paragraph 1 of the first paragraph, on

possible are taken before 1 October of the calendar year before

training should begin. A matter under paragraph 1

are heard promptly. Regulation (2014:1028).



3 a § When a single Chief has been approved for an education

education should start no later than at the beginning of the academic year

beginning two years after approval. Regulation (2014:1028).



section 4 of the application for authorisation as an individual head of

secondary school or high school to särskola indicate



– the national programme and, where appropriate, the

national focus head man wants to organise, and



– whether the principal would organize a special variant,

deviation in form of riksrekryterande education,

riksrekryterande sports training at the national sports high school

or nationally certified sports training.



Any particular application to organise special variant,

deviation in form of riksrekryterande education,

physical education at the national sports high school or national

approved physical education should not be submitted to the State

skolverk. Regulation (2012:402).



§ 5 If the principal applicant for holding a special variant,

departure in the form of so-called riksrekryterande training,

physical education at the national sports high school or national

approved physical education to the State's school inspection post

application to the State if the training assessment skolverk

should be accepted as such training.



The National Agency for education decides in the case of acceptance of such

programmes referred to in the first subparagraph. The decision is to be sent

to the principal and the school inspection.



6 § after Government skolverks under section 5 to the State

school inspection check whether the principal should be approved. In the cases

The National Agency for education has approved the training as a special variant,

departure in the form of so-called riksrekryterande training or

physical education at the national sports high school and decided on a

amounts referred to in Chapter 5. section 11, section 18 or section 25 the third paragraph,

the amount of the basic amount shall be fixed at the amount that the National Agency for education

have decided on.



Regardless of whether the National Agency for education approved training special

Variant, abnormality in the form of so-called riksrekryterande training

or nationally approved physical education educational inspection

make decisions according to section 3, where the application relates to a new education.



7 repealed by Regulation (2012:117).



3 Cape. Learning times



Academic year



section 1 of the school year comprises 40 weeks and have at least 178 school days and

at least 12 holidays. In addition to school and leave the days getting it in

the academic year is laid out five study days for staff.



section 2 of the school year to start in August and end by June.

The principal may for a specific training to decide on other times if

educational elements requires other academic times. The days of

the autumn and spring term beginning and end of the period decided by the principal.



The principal shall, where a decision referred to in the first subparagraph shall take into account the

There are students who begin primary education more than 60

days under the Act (1994:1809) on total defense duty.



School location



paragraph 3 of the pupils ' schoolwork to be placed Monday-Friday and be

so averaged over these days as possible. School work

should also be evenly spread over the school year as possible.



When school work being outsourced to a work area outside the school

the working hours applicable at the place of work is applied, if

not the headmaster decides otherwise. For underage students who

training in the workplace, the provisions

issued by the Swedish work environment authority on working time for minors

apply. Regulation (2011:994).



Schedule



4 section For the school year or for short time should there be a schedule

containing information on all educational sessions and

teachers.



Outdoor activities



5 § in addition to the subject physical education to the organized sports and

outdoor activities should be conducted under the leadership of teachers.



4 Cape. The contents and extent



National programmes



1 § a national programme in upper secondary general school consists of



-high school common subjects,



applications common topics,



-where appropriate, for common approach

character subject courses,



-program specialization,



courses within the individual choice, and



-high school work.



Provisions on the scale set out in annex 3 to

Education Act (2010:800) and of Annex i to this regulation.



Subject to the provisions referred to in the second

or other of the Government announced rules, sheep

Statens skolverk provide for what subjects and courses

to be included in the respective programmes and in national

specialisations.



On the humanistic programme language within language

courses in English, ancient Greek language and culture, latin-

language and culture, modern languages, native language or Swedish

sign language for the hearing offered. On the science programme

focus science and society may

Science subject courses in biology, physics or chemistry

be offered.



1 ã § a national programme in upper secondary pupils consists of



-secondary special education common topics,



--program common topics,



– software specialisation,



– courses within the individual choice, and



-secondary special education work.



Provisions on the scale set out in annex 5 to the

Education Act (2010:800) and in annex 2 to this regulation.



Statens skolverk may provide for what subjects and

courses are included in each program unless otherwise

subject to the provisions referred to in the second subparagraph, or

other of the Government announced rules.

Regulation (2012:402).



National guidelines



section 2 of the national guidelines in the high school shown by

Annex 1.



The national guidelines in the arts program,

handicraft, industrial technical program and

municipalities and the program may start the first school year. Other

specializations may start the second or third school year.



Statens skolverk may decide if an education should be

within the national targeting other craft.

Regulation (2012:402).



Secondary apprenticeship and training contracts



section 3 of the 16 Cape. 11 § and 19 Cape. section 10 of the Education Act (2010:800)

provides for when secondary apprenticeship may

start and programs such training may occur.



In Chapter 16. 11 a § Education Act provides for

the training contract should be drawn up at secondary

apprenticeship in secondary schools and what should be entered in

such a contract. Statens skolverk may provide additional

regulations on training contract's design and the

issues to be settled in the contract. Regulation (2014:70).



High school work and secondary special education work



4 § the head teacher shall ensure that, for each pupil appoint a teacher to be

responsible for high school work or secondary special education work.

Regulation (2012:402).



Program advancement



5 § skolverk State may provide for the courses

which may be offered as program specialization for each application.

Among these courses to the college preparatory program in

secondary schools included such courses can be especially

merit in selecting or which otherwise may be of

importance of higher education. The courses will be held in

each program's exam objectives.



Before the National Agency for Education announces rules for college preparatory

program of courses that can be particularly meritorious for selection

or as otherwise may be relevant for

higher education, the National Agency for education consult with University

College Council.



Before the National Agency for Education announces rules for program advancement

for professional programs in secondary schools to the relevant national

the purpose of the hearing.



When the National Agency for Education announces rules on programme depression

national programmes in upper secondary school pupils should include at least one

course designed to support students based on their own

conditions achieve a high degree of independence

possible. Regulation (2012:745).



section 6 of That program to provide such deepening principal courses

as the State has regulations regarding skolverk announced in accordance with section 5.

The operator decides which of these courses to be offered as

application advancement.



Individual choice



section 7 of the principal of a secondary school decides which courses

to be offered as individual choice.



The student may, however, within the scope for individual choice

read



1. a course in physical education in addition to what's on

study the road,



2. at least one course in aesthetic subjects, and



3. the courses that are required for basic eligibility on

basic level if the student goes on a professional programs.




Except as provided for in the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 and 2,

be made if there are exceptional circumstances.



Statens skolverk may provide for the courses that

may be included in the substances referred to in the second subparagraph of paragraph 2.



For the students referred to in section 11 or 15 – 20 sections to Swedish

as a second language or mother tongue be offered as individual choice.

Regulation (2012:402).



7 AOF the principal of a high school särskola deciding which

courses to be offered as individual choice.



The student may, however, within the scope for individual choice

read



1. at least one course in physical education in addition to what's on

study of the way, and



2. at least one course in home economics.



Statens skolverk may provide for courses according to

second paragraph. Regulation (2012:402).



Alternative or overlapping courses



section 8 a student may not as individual choice, software advancement

or expanded program read a course that is alternative to or

overlaps one or more of the courses included in the

study the way otherwise.



Statens skolverk may provide for the courses that are

alternative or that overlap each other.



Languages in upper secondary school



section 9, if a student is to read a language in secondary school and pupil

have scores in language from primary school, the teaching of

upper secondary school shall be deleted from the primary level of education. A student

may also read new languages in secondary schools.



The students who have received a high school education with

application of Chapter 16. 32 § Education Act (2010:800) will be offered

the teaching of English at primary school level.



section 10 of the French, German and Spanish will be offered both as language

starting from the primary level of education and that new language.

Principal should strive to offer instruction in more

language than French, Spanish and German.



section 10 (a) a principal may, in addition to the modern languages as always

should be offered according to section 10, offer teaching in the subject

Swedish sign language for hearing as a replacement for

the teaching of modern languages.



Instead of Swedish or Swedish as a second language and

English deaf or hard-of-hearing pupils get students who are

dependent on sign language on programs in secondary school reading

Swedish deaf and English for the deaf who

high school common subjects.



Decision referred to in the second subparagraph made by the headmaster.

Regulation (2014:860).



Swedish as a second language



11 § A student who has a language other than Swedish as their mother tongue

may read Swedish as a second language as a secondary common or

high school special education common substance rather than Swedish. The pupil

then read the Swedish as individual choice.

Regulation (2012:402).



The context of learning



12 § the context of learning should occur at all

vocational programmes at upper secondary school for at least 15 weeks. In

secondary school pupils should appear on the context of learning

all national programmes in at least 22 weeks. A student who is

secondary apprenticeship should instead implement more than

half of this training that the context of learning.

The scale should then count as of the academic year the student

begin this secondary apprenticeship training.



Each week, which are carried out in the workplace is to be a student in

secondary education is considered to be equal to 23 hours guaranteed

teaching time. The principal may decide to

the context of learning on college preparatory

program and may also decide on the extent.



For a student in secondary school pupils should each week carried out

in the workplace be considered equivalent to 25 hours guaranteed

teaching time.



The principal is responsible to provide sites for the

arbetsplatsförlagda learning and that this satisfies the requirements

available for training. The Rector decides on all or

parts of the courses will take place in the workplace and on how

the distribution over the academic years must be made. Regulation (2014:70).



section 13 If the context of learning cannot be provided on a

vocational programmes at upper secondary school or a national programme of

high school pupils, the education organized only if



1. planned sites for the context of learning cannot

be provided due to circumstances which the principal

not been able to prevail over, or



2. training for security reasons cannot be located in a

place of work outside the school.



The arbetsplatsförlagda learning, in the cases referred to in

the first subparagraph shall be replaced by the corresponding training set

to school. Before the operator of a school decides

If this is to be the principal shall consult with the local policy.



If training has skolförlagts because of what is said in

first paragraph 1, the principal shall take the measures necessary

to training as soon as possible should be located in

a workplace. Regulation (2012:402).



section 14 For a student who participates in the context of learning it

appointed a supervisor at work. As the supervisor may only

it hired who have the necessary knowledge and experience for

the mission and as otherwise deemed appropriate.



Mother tongue education



15 of 15 Cape. section 19 and 18 Cape. section 19 of the Education Act (2010:800)

There are basic provisions for the principal's obligation

to offer mother tongue education for pupils in secondary schools

and high school pupils. The operator is also required to

offer students who are adoptive children and have a different mother tongue

than Swedish mother tongue, although the language is not

pupil's daily visitation language in the home.



Under the language Act (2009:600) is the national

minority languages Finnish, jiddisch, meänkieli, romani chib and

Sami.



The Rector decides on a student's mother tongue.

Regulation (2012:402).



section 16 of mother tongue education may not include more than one language

for a student.



A Roma student coming from abroad may, however, be

mother tongue education in two languages if there are special reasons.



section 17 of the mother tongue may be arranged as



1. individual choice,



2. expanded program, or



3. as a substitute for teaching in languages other than Swedish,

Swedish as a second language and English.



section 18 of the principal is required to organise mother-tongue teaching

for a student not exceeding seven academic years during the pupil's school.

Pupils should be given such instruction for longer periods of time if

the pupil has special need of it.



The limitation to seven years does not apply if the teaching



1. replace the teaching of other languages than Swedish, Swedish as

a second language and English,



2. organized as individual choice, or



3. organized by a national minority or an

Nordic-language speakers.



section 19 of The principal is required to organise mother-tongue teaching in

a language only if



1. at least five pupils to offer lessons in language

are such teaching, and



2. There is a suitable teacher available.



Referring to mother-tongue teaching a national minority languages is

the principal is required to organise mother tongue even if

the number of pupils is less than five.



20 § A student who gets mother tongue education may continue to

participate in teaching, even if the language would cease to be

daily social language of the pupil.



section 21 of Chapter 9. section 9 provides for study guide on

the mother tongue.



Scope of the programmes



Teaching time



section 22 of the principal decides on the number of teaching hours for

each course, each subject area, high school work and

high school special education work and how the distribution of

teaching time over the academic years must be made.



The principal should account for how the pupil has been guaranteed

teaching time. Regulation (2012:402).



EP



23 § a student may participate voluntarily in the teaching of one or

several courses that are outside the student's complete program,

If the student satisfactorily may be expected to implement

both the courses on the regular study path that the voluntary

courses (EP). The decision is made by the head teacher.



A student at a vocational programmes at upper secondary school have no particular

decision rights to that expanded program read the courses required

for basic access to higher education on

the basic level. The principal, however, is only required to satisfy

If the pupil not later than the end of the second academic year has

notified that he or she wants to read the current rates.



A student who is an EP entitled to guaranteed

teaching time in addition to the provisions in Chapter 16. section 18 of the

respective 19 Cape. section 20 of the Education Act (2010:800).

Regulation (2012:402).



4 a Cape. Fjärrundervisning



General information about fjärrundervisning



1 § Fjärrundervisning may be organized for students in

upper secondary school and upper secondary school pupils under the conditions

and with the limitations resulting from 2 – 4 sections.



The provisions of this chapter does not, however, prevent that a teacher who

is present in the classroom, as part of their teaching

of the students, take the help of another teacher who teach with

the use of information and communication technologies and are

separate from the students in the room but not in time.

Regulation (2015:291).



2 § Fjärrundervisning may be arranged in



1. modern languages,



2. native language, and



3. sign language.



Fjärrundervisning may also be used to provide students

study guide on the mother tongue. Regulation (2015:291).



Conditions for fjärrundervisning



3 § Fjärrundervisning may be carried out only if



1. There is no teachers which complies with the requirements of 2

Cape. 13 § Education Act (2010:800) or, in the case of

study guide on the mother tongue, other appropriate person to

available within a main man's skolenhet, or



2. student base is insufficient.

Regulation (2015:291).



Supervisor



4 section At fjärrundervisning there shall be a supervisor

present in the room where the students find themselves.

Regulation (2015:291).



Agreements with State



paragraph 5 of the Agreement with the State of data relating to fjärrundervisning

may only be concluded for the teaching of sign language and the Sami language.

Regulation (2015:291).



Chapter 5. Deviations within national programmes



Special variants




1 § A particular variant is an education in a national

program in which all or part of the overall space,

where appropriate, a national focus and

programs on a national programme of deepening differs from what

that would otherwise apply. Deviation shall comprise at least 300

high school credits or 300 high school special education credits. On

College Preparatory program in high school, it may also

be special variants within the aesthetics of the area.



The training will have a distinct identity of its own but in essence

accommodated within the degree objective or program goal for a program.



For a physical education applies instead of 23 to 31 sections.

Regulation (2012:402).



Conditions for approval



section 2 of the A particular variant should be approved on the conditions in section 1 are

met and if



1. education is of good quality,



2. There is a local or regional demand for the

knowledge and skills training,



3. the cost of education is reasonable in relation to the

the purpose of the training and the cost of other secondary

training, and



4. in the case of secondary education set out eligibility requirements and

assessed when selection takes place with the requirements of section 7 and section 8.

Regulation (2012:745).



Conditions for the approval of special variations in

the aesthetic area in upper secondary school



section 3 of a specific variant in the aesthetic area in the

upper secondary school shall be approved if the conditions in paragraph 1 are met

and if



1. education is of high quality,



2. the training required by students with special

skills in the aesthetics of the area,



3. the cost of education is reasonable in relation to the

the purpose of the training and the cost of other secondary

training, and



4. the operator has set up eligibility requirements and

assessed when selection takes place according to §§ 7 and 8. Regulation (2012:402).



Application



4 § Chief may apply to a course of study to be approved

that particular variant. The application shall be submitted to the State's latest skolverk

on 31 January of the calendar year preceding the year in education at

the program is scheduled to start. Individual principals must, under 2

Cape. 1 and 4 sections, submit the application to the State school inspection.



section 5 of the application must contain



1. a description of the contents,



2. where appropriate, an indication of the former pupils ' results

the appropriate training,



3. indication of the cost of education,



4. where appropriate, an indication of the number of students who

undergone the corresponding training,



5. where appropriate, a description of the principal's

previous experience of conducting similar training,



6. where appropriate, an application for new courses according to 1

Cape. 6 section, or the operator has applied for new

courses, and



7. indication of whether, and if so, how,

the main man when it comes to secondary education is intended to set

specific entry requirements under section 7, or apply

additional assessed when selection takes place under section 8.



Where the application relates to a specific variant of the aesthetic

area in upper secondary school should always contain a

description of how the operator intends to set up special

entry requirements according to section 7 and apply additional

assessed when selection takes place under section 8. Regulation (2015:585).



6 § When application is made for a vocational programmes at upper secondary school, or

a national programme of upper secondary school pupils should, in addition to the

as specified in section 5, indicate the



1. how the requirement on the context of learning should be met, and



2. the needs of the labour market training is designed to

fill.



In the case of secondary schools to an opinion of the

current local programme Advisory Board is attached to the application.

Regulation (2012:745).



Specific entry requirements in secondary schools



section 7 For access to a particular variant in secondary schools

get requirements imposed on the applicant has knowledge of a

such substance or within such a subject area

the feature of the Variant.



For permission to access a specific variant in the aesthetic

area in upper secondary school shall be placed on the applicant requirements

have knowledge of such a substance or within such

field specific to the Variant.

Regulation (2015:585).



Selection



section 8 when selecting from among qualified applicants for a specific variant

in upper secondary school may, in addition to the ratings, taking into account

a test for the assessment of the applicant's skills or

knowledge in the discipline or subject area in which the Special

Variant is geared toward.



In selecting from among qualified applicants for a specific variant

in the aesthetic area in the upper secondary school shall, in addition to

the ratings, taking into account a test for assessing the

applicant's skills or knowledge of the topic or

subject area as the special variant is geared toward.

Regulation (2015:585).



Management and decision



9 § relevant national programme Council to be heard where the application relates to

vocational programmes at upper secondary school. Regulation (2012:402).



section 10 a decision if special variant for four

antagningsomgångar. The decision shall specify the

skolenhet Variant should be arranged and, if necessary, on the

specific eligibility requirements or additional assessed when selection takes place

may be used. The decision means that variant only get organized

on the current skolenheten of the principal whose

application approved.



Statens skolverk should, if possible, take a decision by 1

September of the previous year training on the program is planned to

start. Regulation (2012:117).



section 11 of the Decision of the State under Chapter skolverk 16 51 § third

paragraph or chapter 19. 44 paragraph Education Act

(2010:800) should contain an indication of the amount the municipality

to pay in interkommunal replacement. Decision of the National Agency for education

According to Chapter 16. 55 paragraph or chapter 19. 48 § third

subparagraph Education Act should contain a statement of the basic amount

the municipality will pay. The amounts will be each year are listed with

the school indexes that have been prescribed by the regulation

(1993:167) on school index.



Where it is found information that was not known when the decision

was taken or there are other special circumstances, may

The National Agency for education to decide on a new price for the

period of validity. Regulation (2013:728).



Conditions



section 12 of the national recruitment under sections 19 and 21 shall be adopted for

national programmes, national guidelines, special

variants and the secondary apprenticeships in upper secondary school

If there is



1. a national demand for the knowledge and skills

the training provides,



2. a national interest that students should be able to be recruited

from all over the country, or



3. a national interest to individual pupils ' needs by

knowledge and skills can be catered for.



In addition to those mentioned in the first paragraph,



1. education and training be of good quality,



2. the cost of education to be reasonable in relation to the

the purpose of the training and the cost of other secondary

training, and



3. set eligibility requirements and assessed when selection takes place to meet

the requirements of section 15 and 16. Regulation (2012:402).



12 (a) § National recruitment in accordance with section 19 should be adopted for national

programs, special variants and the secondary

apprenticeships in high school pupils on



1. education can be set up on only one or a few

cities, towns and villages in the country, or



2. individual students ' need for knowledge and skills otherwise

cannot be fulfilled.



In addition to those mentioned in the first paragraph,



1. education and training be of good quality, and



2. the cost of education to be reasonable in relation to the

the purpose of the training and the cost of education in

high school pupils. Regulation (2012:402).



Conditions for own exam objectives and other abnormalities



13 § according to Chapter 16. section 13 and 19 Cape. section 12 of the Education Act (2010:800)

may decide that a State education skolverk may deviate from

What else applies to national programmes in the field of

the structure, content and exam objectives or program objectives. From the

extent of the high school common subjects as evidenced by

Annex 3 and of the secondary special education common topics

set out in annex 5 to the Education Act should not, however, any

variance may be issued.



Own exam objectives or program objectives for a given riksrekryterande

education should be made for the



1. education in content substantially differs

from a national program's objective or program objectives, and



2. There are serious reasons for deviation and education

in the upper secondary school or high school description

area of competence. Regulation (2012:402).



Application



14 § public Chief may apply to a training

should be riksrekryterande. Individual principals may apply for

the corresponding examination in order to obtain a deviation in the form of so-called

riksrekryterande training. The application shall be submitted to the State

skolverk, not later than 31 January of the year before training on

the program is scheduled to start. Individual principals shall, in accordance with

Chapter 2. 1 and 4 sections, submit the application to the State

school inspection.



What do I include in the application the national programme the

refers to. If the application concerns a training in secondary schools with

own exam objectives, it will also show if application is made for a

professional programs or a college preparatory program.



When it comes to secondary education shall also contain

whether, and if so, how,

the operator intends to set up special entry requirements

in accordance with section 15, or apply additional assessed when selection takes place

According to section 16. Where the application relates to a riksrekryterande aesthetic

advanced education for the arts program at upper secondary school

It should, however, always include a description of how

the operator intends to set up special entry requirements

According to section 15 and apply additional assessed when selection takes place according to

16 §. Regulation (2015:585).



Specific entry requirements in secondary schools



section 15 of the control of a riksrekryterande education in

secondary education may be requirements that the applicant has

knowledge of such substance or within such a subject area

specific to education.




For access to a riksrekryterande aesthetic

advanced education for the arts program at upper secondary school

to requirements imposed on the applicant has knowledge of a

such substance or within such a subject area

the feature of education. Regulation (2015:585).



Selection



16 § By selection among qualified applicants to a

riksrekryterande education in upper secondary school may, in addition to

to the ratings, taking into account a test for assessing the

applicant's skills or knowledge of the topic or

subject area as the riksrekryterande aim is to provide

against.



In selecting from among qualified applicants to a riksrekryterande

aesthetic advanced education for the arts program in

upper secondary school shall, in addition to the ratings, taking into account a

test for the assessment of the applicant's skills or

knowledge in the discipline or subject area in which the

riksrekryterande training is geared toward.

Regulation (2015:585).



Decision



section 17 a decision on national recruitment or equivalent should apply

for four antagningsomgångar. The decision to demonstrate at

the skolenhet training should be organised and

cases where specific eligibility requirements or additional

assessed when selection takes place may be used. The decision means that the training

may only be held in the current skolenheten of the principal

who have had their application approved. The decision will also

State how many places the training may include.



The State's skolverks decision to be taken, if possible, at the latest by 1

September of the previous year training on the program is planned to

start. Regulation (2012:117).



section 18 of the Decision of the State under Chapter skolverk 16 51 § third

paragraph or chapter 19. 44 paragraph Education Act

(2010:800) should contain an indication of the amount the municipality

to pay in interkommunal replacement. Decision of the National Agency for education

According to Chapter 16. 55 paragraph or chapter 19. 48 § third

subparagraph Education Act should contain a statement of the basic amount

the municipality will pay. The amounts will be each year are listed with

the school indexes that have been prescribed by the regulation

(1993:167) on school index.



Where it is found information that was not known when the decision

was taken or there are other special circumstances, may

The National Agency for education to decide on a new price for the

period of validity. Regulation (2013:728).



Riksrekryterande vocational training in secondary schools and

riksrekryterande education in upper secondary school for pupils with



Conditions



section 19 of the national recruitment for a professional programs in secondary school will

deciding whether the conditions of section 12 and the requirement for

the context of learning can be met.



The assumption in paragraph 12 1 should be approved by

affected national programme Council.



National recruitment for a national programme of upper secondary pupils

should be made for the conditions in section 12 and the requirement

in the context of learning can be met.

Regulation (2012:402).



Application



20 § in addition to those mentioned in section 14 shall specify

If the requirement on the context of learning to be met.



Riksrekryterande aesthetic advanced education



Conditions



section 21 Riksrekryterande aesthetic advanced education should be decided for

the arts program if the conditions in paragraph 12 of the available and

skolenheten has an established partnership with a college that

provides training that is relevant to secondary education.



Own exam objectives must not be present for the training.



Application



section 22 in addition to those mentioned in section 14 of the application should contain a

opinion from such a high school set out in section 21 of the

national interest in education.



National sports high school



Conditions



23 § education where subject specialidrott included may be

national sports high school if there is a national interest

meet the elite sport's requirements and subject to special requirements in order to

joint training. Such education as a municipality is organizing to

be riksrekryterande.



Application



section 24 of a municipality or a single principal may apply to

organize sports training at a national sports high school.



Decision



paragraph 25 of the State's skolverk, after proposal from the Swedish

Riksidrottsförbund decide on athletic training at

national sports high school may be arranged and how many sites

These courses may include. The decision shall be valid for three

antagningsomgångar.



The National Agency for education should, if possible, take a decision by 1 september

the year before the training program is scheduled to start.



The decision shall contain a statement of the amount the municipality to

pay interkommunal compensation for the various programmes

the principal offers students enrolled at such training.

Regulation (2012:117).



Selection



section 26 of the applicant who is considered to be best placed to

benefit from training should be given priority in the selection of

the training. In selecting the programmes concerning Chapter 7.



Nationally certified sports training



Conditions



27 § education where subject specialidrott included may be accepted

as a national sports training if it has a clear

elite sports character and an established cooperation with a

the governing body which are relevant to education.



The training shall be approved by specialidrottsförbundet.



Application



paragraph 28 of a municipality or a single principal may apply for

nationally approved physical education of the State's skolverk.

Individual principals shall, pursuant to Chapter 2. 1 and 4 sections, submit application

to the State school inspection.



Decision



section 29 of the State's decisions on nationally authorised skolverk was

sports training courses may be arranged and how many places these

courses may include.



Of the decision, it will be shown at the skolenheter

training should be organized. The decision shall be valid for four

antagningsomgångar.



The State's skolverks decision to be taken, if possible, at the latest by 1

September of the previous year training on the program is planned to

start. Regulation (2012:117).



Selection



section 30 of the applicant who is considered to be best placed to

benefit from training should be given priority in the selection of

the training. In selecting the programmes concerning Chapter 7.



Special sports



section 31 of the Subject plan for special sports may only apply within

athletic training at the national sports high school or national

approved sports training. Specialidrott may conclude with 200

high school credits or secondary special education credits in

application of secondary depression and 200 points or

high school special education credits in the individual choice. In addition,

topic read as EP with a maximum of 300 high school credits

or secondary special education credits. Regulation (2012:745).



Chapter 6. Induction program



Selection of sites on programinriktat individual choice and

yrkesintroduktion



section 1 If the number of seats is fewer than the number of applicants in

programinriktat individual choice or yrkesintroduktion that

organized for a group of students, a selection is made. In these cases

the provisions on selection in Chapter 7.



Selection shall be made objectively and impartially. Before the application is

the principal shall inform the applicant as to whether the principal has

decided to apply Chapter 7. section 3 or 5 section, and if so, at

which way.



The reception of young people who meet the eligibility requirements for a

professional programs



According to article 2 of chapter 17. 11 section Education Act (2010:800) may,

If the principal of education determines that there are serious

reasons, young people who meet the eligibility requirements for a

professional programs is received to yrkesintroduktion or individually

options.



For a student who is a national program, all

relevant support measures under Chapter 9. have been considered before

the principal shall consider whether there are special circumstances.



The contents, etc.



Preparandutbildning



paragraph 3 of the Preparandutbildningen will contain the primary substances

a student is not accepted in on and required that the student

to become authorized to a specific national programme.



The training must also include more primary subjects,

other than those substances which the pupil has approved rating in.



In addition, the training include courses from the national

programs and, to a lesser extent, other operations

favourable to the pupil's knowledge development.



Programinriktat individual choice



4 § Programinriktat individual choice should contain the

primary topics that a student has not accepted in on and

required that the student will be qualified for a vocational programs as well as

courses that form part of a national vocational programs. In addition, the

education contain the context of learning set out in Chapter 4.

12-14 sections. The context of learning need not be

to the extent specified therein.



Yrkesintroduktion



5 § Yrkesintroduktion shall essentially include vocational

training. It may include all or portions of courses in

character topics and in secondary common substances contained in

high school national vocational programs, or other

vocational education and training.



The training should include the context of learning according to 4

Cape. 12-14 sections or training. The context of learning needs

not, however, occur to the extent specified therein.



The entire training may skolförläggas if the principal believes that

This obvious best benefits the student.



Yrkesintroduktion may also contain primary topics that the student

lacks approved grades in other operations also favourable

for the pupil's knowledge development may be included in the training.



Individual options



6 § Individually option will be designed based on the student's needs

and conditions.



Training may include basic topics that the student does not have

approved ratings in and the whole or part of the courses in character threads

and in high school common subjects.



Other activities that are beneficial for the students

knowledge development may be included in the training.



Individual choice programme



section 7 Before receipt of a student of individual choice programme to

the principal in a timely manner to assess the student's

language skills. The principal will continuously assess the students

knowledge development in other subjects to the pupil as soon as

possible to move forward in their education.




section 8 individual choice programme should include instruction in

primary subjects Swedish or Swedish as a second language.



In addition to individual choice programme be designed on the basis of the assessment

to be made under section 7 and contain the subjects and courses

the student will need their continued education. The training may

include primary topics the student is not accepted in on

and courses in high school subjects.



Individual choice programme may be combined with education in Swedish for

immigrants and the corresponding training at the folk high school in

24 Cape. Education Act (2010:800). Other efforts are

favourable to the pupil's knowledge development may be included in

the training. Regulation (2012:117).



Interkommunal compensation



9 § skolverk State may provide for such

the benefit of the programinriktat individual choice referred to in 17

Cape. 24 § 2 Education Act (2010:800).



Chapter 7. Eligibility, selection and the procedure for admission



Upper secondary school



Additional eligibility requirements for certain college preparatory

program



1 § in addition to the 16 Cape. 29 and 31 to 33 of the Education Act

(2010:800) is required for access to some college preparatory

applications approved certificates from comprehensive school or equivalent

education in



1. geography, history, religious education and social science in

access to finance the program, Humanities program and

the social science programme, or



2. Biology, physics and chemistry for permission to

natural science program and technology program.



Selection of national programmes



section 2 of The applicant is received at the beginning of the training in a

national programme or to such national focus,

Special variant or secondary apprenticeship beginning

the first academic year. If the number of seats is fewer than the number of

applicants will be received in the first and second hand, to a

selection is made.



Selection, admission and other allocation of seats should be made

objectively and impartially. Before application to the principal shall inform the

the applicants as to whether the principal has decided to apply paragraph 3 of

or 5 and, if so, in what way.



3 § a limited number of sites (free quota) will be set aside for them

as



1. on the basis of special circumstances should be given preference

in front of the other applicants, or



2. comes from skolenheter which rating or ratings not without

Furthermore, comparable to grades from elementary school.



The number of sites that are included in the free quota will be increased if such

Swedish students abroad referred to in chapter 29. section 7 of the Education Act

(2010:800) is looking for an education.



The principal decides on the number of seats to be allocated.

section 4 of the Other seats will be distributed among the applicants with grades

as a result. Priority between applicants is determined by a

merit rating. Merit value is the sum of the rating values for

the 16 best grades in the student's final grade. Examination value of

the ratings are determined as follows:



Rating The Rating Value



A 20



B 17,5



C 15



D 12,5



E 10



F 0



An applicant who passed preliminary educated as in

elementary school with jämkad curriculum and therefore received fewer than 16

scores in their final grade will still get its merit value particularly

After 16 rating. List of merit value should be done in

proportion to the rating that the pupil has been given.



For applicants who have received grades in modern languages that language may

merit value is calculated on the sum of rating values of this rating

and the 16 best grades in General. The possibility of increasing

merit value with the value of a grades in modern languages

language also applies to an applicant who passed preliminary

educated as a.



An applicant who, after completion of primary education or

the corresponding rated rating in any of the primary topics for

testing or study on an introduction programme must

When selecting credit rating value of this rating.

Regulation (2011:3).



5 § training requires the applicant to have special

skills in the aesthetics of the area, the operator may decide

to the selection, in addition to the ratings, taking into account a

skill test.



The procedure for admission to the national programmes and

distribution of students



section 6 an applicant admitted to a course of study in secondary school at

the beginning of a national application or a national

focus, particular variant or secondary apprenticeship

starting the first school year. The applicant admitted at a

applications will then be divided into teaching groups or

equivalent in the light of what is known about their upcoming

the choice of orientation and professional output.



Within the program are divided into national approaches,

Special variants or secondary apprenticeships as

begins the second or third academic year students will be distributed before

the second or third school year in these pathways.



6 AOF the principal should consult with the legal or natural

person providing the arbetsplatsförlagda part of

training before a pupil in secondary apprenticeship

be placed in the workplace. Regulation (2012:117).



section 7 by selection among applicants to the principal preliminary

decide on admissions. The decision will be taken at the beginning of the

Spring semester prior to the start of the training. For applicants who

at the time of the application have not completed primary school or

equivalent to autumn term rating from the highest

annual course then be selection criteria.



The final decision on admission should if possible be taken prior to

on 1 July the



In the training begins.



Admission at a later date



section 8 of the principal may decide to adopt an applicant at a later

time than at the beginning of the training if there is space on the

current study the way and if the applicant is qualified and has the

knowledge and skills required to assimilate the

teaching. The principal may decide that the applicant shall

undergo an entrance exam to show that he or she has the

knowledge and skills required.



Change of road study



9 § the operator may decide that pupils should get change study path

After the student has received comment, if the student meets the

eligibility requirements for the requested study path. If the student does not

has over 18 years of age, nor have entered into marriage, shall also

student's guardian comment.



Återantagning



section 10 A student who has stopped in high school before the student has

completed training and who wish to continue on the program that

the student walked past, the availability is assumed, if

the student meets the eligibility requirements for the requested study path.



Secondary school pupils



Selection of national programmes



section 11 of the applicants received at the beginning of the training in a

national programme or to such a particular variant or

secondary apprenticeship beginning the first academic year. If

the number of seats is fewer than the number of applicants to be received in

the first and second hand, a selection is made.

Selection, admission and other allocation of seats should be made

objectively and impartially. Regulation (2012:402).



section 12 of the number of seats on a national programme organised

of a public Chief is fewer than the number of applicants, the

preference is given to those most in need of education.

Regulation (2012:402).



The procedure for admission to the national programmes



section 13 an applicant admitted to a course of study in secondary school pupils

at the beginning of a national application or such special

Variant or secondary apprenticeship as it begins

first school year.



Within the program are divided into specific variations or

secondary apprenticeships that begin the second, third

or fourth academic year students are allocated for the second, third

or fourth academic year on these pathways.



After selection among applicants are the principal to decide on

admission. Regulation (2012:402).



Other provisions



section 14 of the provisions applicable to secondary schools in 8 – 10 sections

shall apply also for secondary school pupils.

Regulation (2012:402).



Chapter 8. Scores, high school diploma and examination



Rating



Decision on the grade



1 of 1 (a) and 1 (d) sections, see supplementary provisions to Chapter 3.

section 16 of the Education Act (2010:800) over who should decide on the grade.

Regulation (2012:745).



1 a section Of more than one teacher engaged in teaching at the

time when to put on and only one or more of the

These credentials, the grade is decided by the

licensed teachers. Regulation (2012:745).



1 (b) § If a rating is dependent on two or more

registered teachers ' assessment and these fail to reach agreement, to

the grade is decided by the of these teachers who have

permission to teach the topic rating concerns.



If a rating is dependent on an assessment of two or more

licensed teachers who are competent to teach in the subject

as the grade and these teachers fail to reach agreement, the rating

decided by the headmaster.



If a rating is dependent on an assessment of two or more

licensed teachers who are not qualified to teach in the

topic rating and they cannot agree, the rating

decided by the headmaster. Regulation (2014:860).



1 c § provisions of Chapter 3. 16 section Education Act

(2010:800) and 1 (a) and (b) of this chapter shall not apply to

teachers who lack proper identification and employed without

time limit for conducting teaching



1. in the native language,



2. in a professional substance, or



3. as described in Chapter 2. section 17 of the Education Act.



The first subparagraph shall apply only in cases where the teacher is conducting such

instruction referred to in paragraph 1, 2 or 3.

Regulation (2012:745).



1 d § if more than one teacher conducts such teaching as

referred to in 1 (c) § at the time when to put on and these

in the absence of agreement, the grade is decided by the headmaster.

Regulation (2012:745).



Grading of high school work and

high school special education work



1 e § rating of high school work and secondary special education work

shall be decided by the responsible teacher after a

another guest judge who has experience in the area of knowledge as

the work has delivered an opinion.




When high school work or secondary special education work completely or

partly implemented as the context of learning to

the supervisor be another guest judge.



For a student at a vocational programs should medbedömaren have

experience in the professional field as secondary work relates.

Regulation (2014:860).



Skill requirements



section 2 of the knowledge requirements will be for grades A-E.



Requirements for grades A, C and E to refine the skills that

required for each grade. The knowledge requirement for grade D means

that the requirements for E and mainly for C are met.

The requirement for a grade B means that even the requirements of (C) and to

predominantly for (A) are met.



section 3 of the secondary school teachers should make use of national

test before the grading in the introductory course in the

high school common subjects Swedish, Swedish as a second language,

English and mathematics as well as in the highest closing price of

the program and focus of these substances except for

the course Swedish or Swedish as a second language 2 2. In addition to the

national tests to be used should the teachers otherwise

use national tests to assessment criteria should be

as uniform as possible across the country.



Students will participate in all parts of the national sample

teachers should use. If there are special reasons, may

the headmaster may decide that a student does not have to participate in such

test or in any parts of it.



Statens skolverk may provide for national

the trial. Regulation (2014:97).



High school diploma



4 § according to 16 Cape. section 26 of the Education Act (2010:800) to high school diploma

be issued if a pupil in secondary schools have received ratings from a

training involving 2 500 high school credits at a national

program and the student has fulfilled the other conditions set out 16

Cape. 27 and 28 of the Education Act and this regulation.



High school diploma must not be issued if a student follows a reduced

program.



Additional requirements for qualification



5 § in addition to the 16 Cape. 26 and 27 §§ Education Act

(2010:800), required further qualification that the approved grades

If at least 2 250 high school credits included approved rating of courses in

the program common topics with 400 points.



It provided for in the first subparagraph shall be valid for a

education with private exam objectives.



Courses in vocational qualifications



section 6 Of Chapter 16. section 27 of the Education Act (2010:800) indicates how many

high school credits in approved grades in subjects Swedish or Swedish

as a second language, English and mathematics a student will have to

of professional competence shall be issued. In the current topics, the following

courses be approved:



1. Swedish or Swedish as a second language course 1



2. English course 5, and



3. mathematics course 1 (a).



Courses in the college preparatory diploma



section 7 Of Chapter 16. section 28 of the Education Act (2010:800) indicates how many

high school credits in approved grades in subjects Swedish or Swedish

as a second language, English and mathematics a student will have to

College Preparatory diploma will be issued. In the current topics

the following courses will be approved:



1. Swedish or Swedish as a second language courses 1, 2 and 3,



2. English classes 5 and 6, and



3. mathematics course 1 (b) or 1 (c).



Document



Staff directory



paragraph 8 of the decision on the grade to be documented in a staff directory. With

decision on the grade referred to decision



1. to set the rating after each completed course and on

high school work or after trial, both in terms of the

who is a student in secondary school and, for those who do not

is it,



2. to set the rating after each completed course and on

high school special education work in the case of the student who is a student in

high school pupils,



3. not putting grades in accordance with Chapter 15. section 27 or 18 Cape. section 26

Education Act (2010:800). Such decisions are highlighted in the grading

with a horizontal line.



Decision on the grade to be immediately able to be compiled for each

individual student. The Rector is responsible for grading the catalog sales.

Regulation (2012:402).



Extract out the grading



9 § the head teacher is responsible for ensuring that students are informed of the right to

get an excerpt of the grading. If a student passes to a

other skolenhet or interrupts the studies, the student will get a

Excerpts from the examination.



When a student passes to another skolenhet to the teacher supply

written information to the new skolenheten of the courses

that the student has commenced but not completed.



Students should get an excerpt of the examination at least twice

per academic year. The statement shall indicate, where appropriate,

the extent of absence that the student has had no

valid reason during the semester. Regulation (2011:994).



Rating after review



section 10 For anyone who is not a student in secondary school to score after

the examination shall be issued separately.



New final grades from elementary school



11 § A student who study in secondary schools has received ratings in

one of the primary subjects have the right to get a new school-leaving certificate

from elementary school. The head teacher in secondary school will issue the new

the final grade.



Document for national programmes in secondary schools



Diplomas and study evidence



12 § A student who meets the requirements for high school graduates to get a

Diploma when the student has completed a national programme and

have gotten ratings on all courses and at the secondary work

included in the student's individual study plan. For the student who after

one or more courses or secondary work have received decisions on

rating which means that the rating could not be under 15

Cape. section 27 of the Education Act (2010:800) or otherwise does not comply with the

the requirements for a high school diploma should instead study certificate is issued.



The ratings on the courses according to student's individual study plan

included in the complete program and grades on the courses that

According to the study plan lies outside the student's full program

to be reported separately in the proof.



section 13 of the principal issuing diplomas and study evidence.



section 14 if a student has two ratings from the same course or from

comparable courses, the highest of these grades will be included in the

certificate or proof of study.



15 repealed by Regulation (2013:359).



section 15 A grade on an introductory course in history which includes

100 high school of points awarded in certificates or proof of study from a

national programme of upper secondary school is converted to the same

ratings on another introductory course in history and a course in

story based on this second introductory course, provided

the latter two courses covering the same

number of high school credits as the rate they replace. In the same way

receive a rating of an introductory course in social studies or

Science converted to scores on other courses in the same

topic.



If a grade is converted within the meaning of the first subparagraph to the student

have received ratings from an education that includes more than 2 500

high school credits, the student is considered to have completed an extended

program. Regulation (2014:860).



16 § degree certificate from a national programme in upper secondary school

may be issued only once. The Rector may, however, decide, in particular,

If such a conversion referred to in section 15. Regulation (2014:860).



Diplomas for the pupil in secondary school



section 17 of the diploma will be issued for the student in

secondary school when the student has met the requirements for

high school diploma. Of degree certificate to show



1. If the certificate is for a professional degree, or a college preparatory

degree,



2. what study path which the diploma relates,



3. If the student has received general eligibility to

higher education originated at the undergraduate level and the proof refers to

an examination of professional competence,



4. what courses as evidence relating to, the number of high school credits that

each course included and which the pupil on rated on each course,



5. that the student has completed an approved high school work and what

It has included,



6. If the student has completed a full or expanded program,

and



7. If the student has had a longer interruption of studies

abroad and the nature and scope of these studies have

had.



Study evidence



section 18 For the student who did not comply with the requirements for high school graduates

should a study certificate is issued. Of study evidence to demonstrate



1. If the evidence relates to an education at a vocational programs, or a

College Preparatory program,



2. what study path that study evidence relates,



3. what courses as evidence relating to, the number of high school credits that

each course included and which the pupil on rated on each course

or if it has not been possible to put on under the 15 Cape. 27 §

Education Act (2010:800),



4. If the student has completed an approved high school work and what

It has included,



5. If the student has completed a full, reduced or

EP, and



6. If the student has had a longer interruption of studies

abroad and the nature and scope of these studies have

had.



Diplomas for non-student in high school



section 19 of the diploma will be issued for non-student in the

secondary school when he or she has complied with the requirements for

high school diploma. Of the card may only be included on such that is

placed in secondary schools. Of degree certificate to show



1. If the certificate is for a professional degree, or a college preparatory

degree,



2. what study path which the diploma relates,



3. If the student has received general eligibility to

higher education originated at the undergraduate level and the proof refers to

an examination of professional competence,



4. what courses as evidence relating to, the number of high school credits that

each course included and which the pupil on rated on each course,



5. If the rating has been following the examination of the non-student in the

secondary education,



6. that the student has completed an approved high school work and what

It has included,



7. If the student has completed a full or expanded program,

and



8. that the evidence pertains to a person who is not a student in

upper secondary school.



Document after induction program



Written assessment



section 20 of a student who, in the course of an introduction programme read

primary topics without getting a passing grade will receive a written

assessment of their knowledge development in each such substance.



High school certificate



section 21 after completing training on an introduction programme to


the principal issue a high school certificate which indicates the training a

student has received. Of the certificate, all that on the student has received

be clear.



Compilation



section 22 A student interrupts his training on a

introduction programmes, do not complete the training according to their

individual study plan or switch to a national

application to get an overview of what parts of the training

the student has completed compared to their individual study plan.



High school special education certificate



High school special education evidence after national programme



22 (a) § Secondary special education certificate will be issued for those who have

completed a national programme of upper secondary school pupils. By

high school special education certificate to demonstrate



1. what study path that evidence relates,



2. What are the courses that the proof refers to, how many

high school special education credits as each course has covered and which

rating the student has received in each course or if not on

been put under 18 Cape. section 26 of the Education Act (2010:800),



3. where applicable, which courses from secondary school

evidence relating to, how many high school credits as each course has

included and which the pupil has on been on each course or

If the rating has not been able to be put under Chapter 15. 27 §

Education Act,



4. where applicable, which subjects the proof refers to

and their scope,



5. If the student has completed an approved high school special education work

and what it has contained,



6. If the student has completed a full, reduced or

EP,



7. the scope of the learning arbetsplatsförlagda,



8. on the jobs that the student has

implemented the context of learning and the

tasks that the learner has performed there, and



9. an assessment of how the student has carried out its tasks

within the framework of the arbetsplatsförlagda learning and

high school special education work, if the pupil requests it.

Regulation (2013:359).



High school special education evidence for individual programs



22 (b) § Secondary special education certificate will be issued for those who have

completed an individual programme in upper secondary school pupils. By

high school special education certificate to demonstrate



1. that the evidence relates to an individual application,



2. what subjects the proof refers to and their scope,

and



3. where applicable, information on the prices which the evidence relates, how

many high school special education credits as each course has covered and

Thus the pupil on have been on each course or if rating

have not been able to be put under 18 Cape. section 26 of the Education Act

(2010:800).



If the pupil has completed training, to the extent of

practice also emerge from high school special education certificate. In addition, the

It must appear at the workplaces practice

have been implemented and what tasks the student has

done there. The certificate shall also include an assessment of how

the student has carried out its tasks within the framework of the

practice, if the student requests. Regulation (2013:359).



The issue of secondary school special education certificate



22 (c) § the Rector issues the secondary special education certificate.



If a student has two ratings from the same course or from

comparable courses, the highest of these grades will be included in the

high school special education certificate. Regulation (2013:359).



The right to go on a course



section 23 of A student who has received a rating of a high school course before the student

started their secondary education have the right to go on the course and get

a new grade on the course in secondary school.



The principal decides after the pupil received comment About

the student does not have over 18 years of age and has not entered into

marriage, is also the student's guardian comment.



In Chapter 9. 1 and 2 § § provides for other cases when a

the student has the right to go on a course.



Review



Test for anyone who is a student in secondary school



section 24 a student in secondary education has the right to undergo testing at

their own skolenheten in all courses and the high school work

included in the student's individual study plan, if the student has not previously

has received a rating of the course or high school work or if the student

is rated F.



Testing for non-student in high school



section 25 non-student in high school but who want ratings

from there have the right to undergo examination in all courses may

be on a national program, but the rates may only be

organized on some courses. The right also applies

high school work.



Examination may be made only by an skolenhet who is organizing the

current course or, in the case of high school work,

education and training in the field of knowledge that secondary work relates.



section 26 of the State's skolverk may provide details relating to the

review.



Scores of students who have not followed the teaching



27 § without pupil undergoing trial get a student who is not

followed the teaching of a course by the head teacher is given a grade E at

the course on



1. the diplomas, certificates or similar, it appears that the student through

studies abroad or otherwise acquired such

skills needed for a rating of E, and



2. the course organized by skolenheten.



Design of document



27 (a) § If ratings have not been able to be put under Chapter 15. 27 §

Education Act (2010:800), this will be indicated by a horizontal

dashes in the document under this chapter relating to

upper secondary school.



If it has not been possible to put on under 18 Cape. section 26

Education Act, this will be indicated by a horizontal line in

high school special education certificate. Regulation (2013:359).



paragraph 28 of the State's regulations may provide additional skolverk

the design of the documents mentioned in this chapter. When

terms relating to qualifications to the National Agency for education

consult with University and College Council and Authority

for the Polytechnic. Regulation (2012:745).



9 Cape. Support measures



The right to go on a course



§ 1 if a student has not received the lowest grade E at a course, have

the student has the right to go on the course once. The student has completed

the course twice and did not receive at least a E may pupil go

about the course once again, if there are special reasons.



A student who has not received a grade of E in high school work or

high school special education work has the right to do if work once.



If a student has received a grade of F in a large proportion of the courses

during one academic year may the student, if there are special reasons, go on

also such courses which the student received the lowest grade E on the

in the academic year. Regulation (2012:402).



section 2 of A pupil who has changed the way of study may, if there are special

reason, go on such courses the student previously received at least a

(E).



3 § A student who goes on a course have the right to get a new rating on

the course.



In Chapter 8. section 23 is a clause providing that a student who has been

rating of a high school course before students started

upper secondary education have the right to go on the course and get a new one

scores on the course in secondary school.



Individually tailored program



section 4 of a student's education at upper secondary school may deviate from what

that would otherwise apply to a national programme by some

courses are replaced if



1. education can be attributed to a national programme,



2. the requirements for graduation from the program can

be met, and



3. the decision is made before the end of the second academic year.



As regards the condition laid down in the first subparagraph of paragraph 2 may be the

initiation course in mathematics may be replaced by another initial

course in mathematics.



The decision to replace a particular course may not be taken after the

that the student started the course. Regulation (2012:402).



4 (a) § a student's education at upper secondary pupils may deviate from

What else applies for a national programme by

some courses are replaced, to pupils should be able to read



1. courses in upper secondary school subject plans,



2. topics of individual programmes in upper secondary school pupils,

or



3. courses that are not in the program structure for the program

which the student is accepted into.



Statens skolverk may provide that courses may

replaced for reasons other than those referred to in the first subparagraph.

Regulation (2014:860).



Decision on some measures of support



5 § the headmaster decides in accordance with 1, 2, 4 and 4 (a) sections after the

that pupils and teachers concerned have received comment About the student

have not filled 18 years nor have entered into marriage,

also the pupil's guardian comment.

Regulation (2013:359).



Reduced application



6 § A pupil in secondary schools can be freed from teaching in

one or more courses or comprehensive work about the student are

it and has substantial study difficulties that cannot be solved at

any other way.



A student in secondary school pupils can be exempted from teaching in a

or more courses or secondary special education if the student

are there and have real study difficulties that cannot be

be resolved in any other way or does not have the makings of

manage a full programme.



Reduced applications are decided within a programme.

Regulation (2012:402).



Extended teaching in secondary school



section 7 of the principal may decide that teaching at a

national program for a pupil in secondary schools may be broken down into

over more than three years, if the student has read a reduced

application or if the student's conditions in

Apart from that there are special reasons for the Regulation (2012:402).



Special classes



section 8 special classes may be set up for students who, due to

hearing or vision impairment, reduced mobility or other stated

study difficulties cannot follow the regular teaching.



Study guide on mother tongue



9 § a student should get the study guide in their native language, if

students need it.



If there are special reasons, a student who is entitled to the

mother tongue education and which, prior to their arrival in Sweden has

been taught in a language other than their mother tongue is provided

study guide on the language rather than their mother tongue.



10 Cape. Education for the deaf and hard of hearing



Content and organisation of education



1 § Örebro municipality may in their schools organise training for

students who



1. is deaf and hard-of-hearing and is dependent on a sign-language

environment,



2. is hard of hearing and despite the use of technical

facilities and other support measures can not follow regular

teaching in secondary education,




3. have a language impairment and need efforts of the same kind

deaf, or



4. is deaf-blind.



The courses called adapated programmes for deaf (RGD) or

adapated programmes for the hearing impaired (RGH). When in this

Regulation talk about deaf students referred to even students within the meaning of the first

paragraph 3 and 4.



section 2 of the education for deaf and hard of hearing persons should, as far as

possible integration with corresponding education in secondary schools.



paragraph 3 of the national programmes, national guidelines and specific

variants and induction programmes in the form of programinriktat

individual choice and yrkesintroduktion which is designed for a

Group of students may be organized in particular that education for the deaf and

hearing impaired, if the number of students is at least four.



4 § skolverk State may provide for the necessary

deviations from the curriculum, exam objectives, of plans and

points plan for national programmes in secondary schools in annex 3

the Education Act (2010:800) for training referred to in this

Chapter.



5 § sign language as a secondary common substance will appear on

all national programmes organised for deaf students.



Courses in sign language as a secondary common substance may replace a

or more courses of study the way of deaf students with the exception

for courses in Swedish. Decisions are made by the Rector.



Instead of Swedish or Swedish as a second language and

English get deaf students read Swedish for deaf and

English for deaf people as high school common subjects.

Regulation (2011:521).



section 6 Courses in sign language as different topic than high school joint

substance may be arranged for hearing impaired students, if they need

it and to participate in the courses.



Courses in sign language as a secondary common substance may replace a

or more courses of study the way for hard-of-hearing students with

except for courses in Swedish. Decisions are made by the Rector.



section 7 For students who need the training period should be extended

by one year. Örebro municipality decides on such an extension.



Reception and selection



section 8 training should be open to candidates from all over the country.



section 9 If the number of seats is fewer than the number of applicants to a selection

be made. In the selection will, regardless of ratings, preference is given

to those who are most in need of education.



Interkommunal compensation



section 10 of Örebro municipality has adopted a student who is not

residents of the municipality of adapated programmes for deaf (RGD) or

adapated programmes for the hearing impaired (RGH), the municipality has the right to

reimbursement of their costs for the student's education from

pupils ' home municipality.



Special nursing care



section 11 For students who want and need it to Örebro municipality

assign Board and lodging. The municipality will also be responsible for the students

have access to the help otherwise resulting from their

disabilities.



Other rules on secondary schools



paragraph 12 of the rules in this regulation that apply to

secondary schools should also apply in the case of training

for the deaf and hard of hearing, unless otherwise specifically indicated.



section 11. Training for disabled young people in difficulty (Rh-

custom training)



Content and organisation of education



section 1 of The Rh-custom training should, as far as possible,

integrate with corresponding education in secondary schools.



section 2 of the national programmes, national guidelines and specific

variants and induction programmes in the form of programinriktat

individual choice and yrkesintroduktion which is designed for a

Group of students may be organized especially as Rh-customized training,

If the number of students is at least four.



3 section in the Rh-custom training may the headmaster, after the

to interested teachers and students have received comment, decide on

such individual or group show discrepancies as needed

to allow the slower tempo which is necessary for

the pupil.



Article 4 If a student because of his disabilities have great

difficulty in absorbing some of the training may

the Rector, after the teacher concerned and the student has received a comment

free the student from up to half of the training in a course

According to the regular subject plan, but that the number of high school credits

of course reduced (training in specialised

the subject plane).



A student who followed a specialized subject plan in a course will be in

This course is considered to have completed the teaching and

activities that are part of a complete program.



By rating, it will certify that the teaching of the course meant a

specialized subject field and which central content

teaching has included.



Organisation, charges and compensation for interkommunal

special nursing interventions



5 § such specific nursing actions referred to in chapter 15. 35 §

Education Act (2010:800) is regulated by agreements between the State and the

municipality or other principal responsible for nursing care.



section 6 of the special needs and schools may provide

If fees for room and Board for students living in student home in

connection to a secondary school with Rh-customized training.



section 7 compensation under Chapter 15. 40 § Education Act (2010:800) for

the cost of accommodation, nursing in the accommodation and habilitation to

shall be equivalent to one third of the average cost of

the effort per pupil.



Special needs and schools may provide additional

regulations on such compensation referred to in the first subparagraph.



section 8 a municipality that adopts a student who is not domiciled in

the municipality on a Rh-customized training, are entitled to compensation

for their expenses for the student's education from the student's

home municipality.



Other rules on secondary schools



Article 9 of the rules in this regulation that apply to

secondary schools should also apply in the case of Rh-

customized training, unless otherwise specifically indicated.



12 Cape. Students



Notification in the absence



§ 1 if a student because of illness or for any other reason unable to

participate in school work, it should be notified as soon as possible.



Leave



section 2 of the principal may grant a student leave from school for

individual concerns. The principal may also grant a student

time off from school work if necessary to the student

to be able to perform tasks related to a secondary

apprenticeship employment. The student may also to a lesser extent

freed from some teaching or from other

school by the head teacher. Regulation (2014:420).



The closure of the training



3 § a student is considered to have completed training if the student does not

come to the education the student has been admitted to and not

Heller reports valid reason attendance within three days after

the first semester has started.

Regulation (2014:860).



Article 4 If a student would like to finish their education without completing

the pupil shall notify it to the headmaster. A student who has not

18 years old nor have entered into marriage will show that

the custodian agrees to the student ends prematurely.

Regulation (2014:860).



4 (a) § If a student has started an education and then without

notification pursuant to article 4 has not been taken from training for more

than a month in a row, but that this has been due to illness

or approved leave, the pupil shall be deemed to have completed

the training.



The Rector may, however, decide that the student should not be deemed to have

completed the training even though the conditions in the first

the paragraph is, if there are exceptional circumstances.

Regulation (2015:291).



Children of Swedish citizens abroad



5 § young people under 18 who are resident abroad with their

guardians to be equated with applicants from the municipality in which the

the secondary education is organized, if at least one of the

parents are Swedish citizens.



Nordic applicants for secondary schools



section 6 of the Nordic applicants apply 7-10 sections. With Nordic applicants

under this regulation to applicants who are resident in Denmark or

Finland with autonomous areas or in Iceland or Norway.



Autonomous provinces is the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland.



7 § Nordic applicants may be received in high school only if

the applicant through his earlier schooling in another Nordic

country has education as essentially equivalent to a Swedish

primary education and meet the eligibility requirements for the

candidate training in 16 Cape. 29-33 of the Education Act (2010:800) with

except for the requirement of a passing grade in Swedish.



In addition to Nordic applicants be treated as applicants from the

municipality where the secondary education is organised.



Compensation for Nordic students



section 8 a municipality that in his school have received more

Nordic applicants than the number of Swedish students residing in

the municipality of simultaneously undergoing secondary education in something

another Nordic country is entitled to compensation for the

excess number of students.



A municipality which schools received the Nordic applicants

on yrkesdansarutbildning under the Regulation (2011:7)

educated as a is entitled to compensation for all applicants.

Regulation (2011:521).



9 § A County Council or a single principal that has received

Nordic applicants are entitled to compensation.



section 10 of the amount of compensation in the cases referred to in sections 8 and 9

be decided by the Government.



Application for such compensation shall be submitted to the State as skolverk

decides on the remuneration of the individual case and pays out

amounts.



Other foreign applicants



section 11 subject to sections 5 to 7 or by other

regulations that have been issued by the Government, any applicant who

are not resident in Sweden are received in secondary school if



1. the applicant meets the eligibility requirements for the training and



2. There is room at the training.



section 12 if such candidates referred to in section 11 has been received in

secondary education, to the provisions of chapter 15. section 17 and 16 Cape.

37-40 of the Education Act (2010:800) on the charging each student's

the right to pursue the training effect as long as the student has the right

to stay in the country.



section 13 the State may provide additional rules on skolverk

reception in secondary education by applicants who do not reside in the

the country.



Asylum-seeking children and others.




section 14 of the children covered by 29 Cape. 2 paragraph 1 Education Act

(2010:800) should be admitted as soon as it is appropriate to

taking into account their personal circumstances. However, it should be

no later than one month after their arrival. Regulation (2012:117).



13 chapter. Contribution to the principals of independent high schools and

high school särskolor



Determination of contribution per calendar year



1 § a contribution to individual principals of schools or

secondary särskola should be decided on a calendar-year basis.



The contribution shall be based on the municipality's budget for the coming

calendar year and decided before the calendar year. In the cases

the contribution shall be decided according to Chapter 16. 55 paragraph or

19 Cape. § 48, fourth subparagraph Education Act (2010:800) may, however,

be decided not later than 15 February the calendar year in which the contribution

refers to. For students who begin a training during

calendar year to the municipality decide where the refund immediately.



For students who begin training in August to grant cover

the period from 1 July of the same year. Regulation (2012:402).



Changes during the current financial year



2 § If additional resources are provided to the home the local authority schools

or secondary särskola in the course of the financial year, to the corresponding

supplements are given to the individual principals.



If the municipality reduced compensation for its school or

secondary särskola, the contribution to individual principals may be reduced in

Accordingly, the remaining payments in

the financial year is put down. Regulation (2012:402).



Basic amount



section 3 of the 16 Cape. § 53, chapter 17. 32 § and 19 Cape. 46 § Education Act

(2010:800) describes the cost elements to be included in the

basic amount given in grants to an individual principal of

secondary school or secondary särskola. On the application of the

These rules, compensation for



1. teaching shall relate to the cost of the school principal and other

employees with management responsibilities, educational staff;

support measures for students, work study,

continuous training of staff and related costs,



2. learning tools relate to costs for textbooks, literature,

computers, machines that are used in teaching, school libraries,

study visits and similar costs,



3. student health cover costs for such student health relating to

medical, psychological, or psychosocial interventions,



4. meals relate to costs for food, staff,

transport and related administration and

similar charges,



5. administration relate to administrative costs to be

is estimated at 3% of the basic amount,



6. value added tax (VAT) refer to a lump sum amounting to six

percent of the total amount of the grant (lump sum and in

where appropriate, the additional amount), and



7. local costs refer to the costs of rent, service, furniture

not learning tools and capital in the form of interest on loans and

similar, but not the costs of amortization.



Instead of what is referred to in the first subparagraph shall, where

education is a specific variation or deviation in the form of

riksrekryterande education, the amount of the lump sum shall be determined

According to Chapter 2. section 6. Regulation (2012:402).



Especially if payment for meals



section 4 of the contribution to an individual principal of school or

secondary särskola should include reimbursement for school meals, if

the municipality offers free school meals.



An individual principal of secondary school or high school särskola,

whose contribution from a student's home municipality includes compensation for

school meals, may not charge any meal fee from the student

which the grant relates. Regulation (2012:402).



In particular for compensation for local costs



5 § replacement for local costs under section 3 of 7 should correspond to

home the municipality's average local cost per pupil in the corresponding

activity.



If there are special reasons, to compensation for local costs

instead a maximum equivalent to the individual principal's actual

costs if those costs are reasonable. At

skälighetsprövningen shall take account of the importance of

training with single principal can be established.

Regulation (2012:402).



Especially for reimbursement of capital costs



section 6 of the Home municipality's normal depreciation principles applicable to the

calculation of costs for purchases. Regulation (2012:402).



Additional amount



section 7 of the supplementary amounts pursuant to Chapter 16. section 54, chapter 17. 34 and

19 Cape. 47 § Education Act (2010:800) means compensation for

Assistant help, adaptation of premises or other

extraordinary support measures which do not relate to the

common education and compensation for students to

offered to mother tongue education. Regulation (2012:402).



The scope of eligible secondary school



section 8 Subsidy to an individual principal of secondary school under 16

Cape. section 52 Education Act (2010:800) should be left to an extent

at least equal to a full high school education (2 500

high school credits).



If the pupils ' home municipality benefits additional resources in a municipal

school for students eligible for the expanded program to achieve

General entry requirements for higher education in a

vocational programmes, the contribution provided to the individual principal

also for the courses in addition to 2 500 high school credits that a student reads

to achieve such a competence in a professional programs.

Regulation (2012:402).



National price list



9 § skolverk State may provide for the amounts

a municipality must pay to an individual principal per student,

program and focus when it comes to such basic amount

referred to in Chapter 16. paragraph 55 and 19 Cape. 48 § fourth

subparagraph Education Act. When the National Agency for Education announces rules on

because the amounts involved, these will be announced no later than 31

January of the calendar year to which the regulations apply.



The National Agency for education may provide for an obligation on the

municipalities and county councils to provide information about

activities required for such regulations on the basic amount of the fine

referred to in the first subparagraph.



When the National Agency for Education announces rules on the basic amounts

According to the national price lists to the municipality concerned budgeted

grant amounts and the relevant County Council budgeted costs for

applications and, where appropriate, the direction form the basis

for refunds.



Statens skolverk may provide in relation to the

payments referred to in chapter 17. 35 section 2 Education Act

(2010:800). Regulation (2012:402).



Comparable programs in secondary school pupils



9 a § skolverk State may provide for the

national programmes in upper secondary pupils referred to in chapter 19. 48 §

first subparagraph Education Act (2010:800) comparable to those at the

the allocation of resources. Regulation (2012:402).



Account of how the refund is calculated



10 § municipality making contributions for a pupil in a stand-alone

school will be for the individual the principal to account for how

the refund is calculated.



Reported to the amount of local costs, administration

and value added tax be shown. Unless there are special reasons, to

accounts also include amounts for other categories of costs was

for themselves.



Statens skolverk may provide for such accounts.

Regulation (2012:402).



Payment of contributions



section 11 Of the principal and the municipality will not

agree otherwise, the contribution is paid by one-twelfth each

month. Regulation (2012:402).



Upcoming activities



section 12 of the State's skolverk may provide for the obligation

for a single principal of school or

secondary särskola to provide information on upcoming activities.

Regulation (2012:402).



13 a Cape. Education at the special youth home



Initial provisions



section 1 in Chapter 24. Article 9 of the Education Act (2010:800) provides for

training for non-compulsory schooling young staying in such a

Home referred to in section 12 of the Act (1990:52) with special

provisions on the care of young people (particularly youth).



For such training to the relevant provisions of this

Regulation shall apply with the necessary variances as follows

the kid staying in such a home. Regulation (2015:291).



The main man



section 2 of the principal for a special youth home to carry out the

data concerning education at home that would otherwise

the principal of the school in the school system that

the education is equivalent to have. Regulation (2015:291).



Conditions for fjärrundervisning special

youth home



3 § Fjärrundervisning may be organised for pupils who reside in the

a special youth home in all subjects and courses in

secondary education and upper secondary pupils except Swedish, Swedish

as a second language, English and mathematics. Fjärrundervisning may

also be used to give students study guide on

the mother tongue.



Fjärrundervisning referred to in the first subparagraph may be carried out only

If



1. There is no teachers available at home

complies with the requirements of Chapter 2. 13 § Education Act (2010:800)

or, in the case of the study guide in the mother tongue, other

the appropriate person, or



2. student base is insufficient.



By fjärrundervisning there shall be a supervisor in attendance

in the room where the students find themselves. Regulation (2015:291).



Authorization



4 § skolverk, State may, after having sought the views

the State Department Board, provide for

the enforcement of this chapter. Regulation (2015:291).



14 Cape. Other provisions



1 § skolverks decision of the State pursuant to this Regulation shall not

be appealed. Regulation (2012:402).



2 § in the case of an application to be made under this regulation,

the transferred electronically to the State school inspection

respective State skolverk.



School Inspectorate and the National Agency for education may provide

If electronic transfer of an application for authorisation and

electronic signature.



School Inspectorate and the National Agency for education may provide for the

applications provided for by this regulation.

Regulation (2012:402).



15 Cape. Redesignation 14 Cape. by Regulation (2012:402).



Transitional provisions



2010:2039



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 February 2011.


The provisions are to be applied to training that begins after

on July 1, 2011. For a course of training which began before 1 July

2011 older provisions for education.



2. The regulation is suspended high school Ordinance (1992:394)

and Regulation (1994:741) on secondary pupils.



3. in the cases teaching in elementary subjects takes place in

secondary education, the curricula for subjects in elementary school that

apply before 1 July 2011 be used until 1 July 2013.

Rating will be set with the grading scale in force before 1

July 2011.



4. Statens skolverk may provide for admission to

secondary schools trying to secondary school from primary school

or special school which has both on set according to the

grading scale in force before 1 July 2011 and put under

the grading scale in force then. Regulation (2012:117).



5. A student who has started their training before 1 July 2011

and after the failure in the studies would resume their

secondary education after July 1, 2011 and that originated

education is no longer offered in high school, to pursue

training in accordance with the provisions applicable to the education

originated after July 1, 2011. The same applies for a student

which re-enacts in high school or going for an academic year, on

the same application or a different program after program changes.



For these students get high school diploma is issued if they meet the

conditions laid down in the Education Act (2010:800) and in this

Regulation. In such a degree may put on before 1 July

2011 be included if they are covered by the regulations that have been announced

by virtue of paragraph 6. The ratings should in such cases be transformed according to

the following.



– Very well approved should correspond to A,



– Well approved should correspond to (C),



– Approved should correspond to E, and



Non-approved should correspond to (F).



In such cases, in the diploma grades specified by the examination stages

(A) to (F) and courses listed under the subject plans. Regulation (2012:117).



6. The National Agency for education may provide for cases in which courses

According to the curricula in force before 1 July 2011 corresponds

of courses according to the subject plans and eligible for a high school diploma.



7. If the provision of 5 cannot be applied or if it otherwise

There are special reasons, the President may decide that these students may

pursue education according to the older provisions. For these

students final grade will be issued. In the final grade will then get put on

on courses according to the subject plans include. Final grades must be issued no later than

on July 1, 2015.



If the student completes their education under the older rules, may

mean that the pupil goes to a specially designed program

According to Chapter 2. section 12 of secondary school Ordinance (1992:394).



8. Instead of as specified in Chapter 5. 4 § to apply if

Special variant in the aesthetic area with regard to education

scheduled to start in the fall of 2011 to be made no later than

January 31, 2011.



9. The National Agency for education for 2011, by way of derogation from those laid down in

14 Cape. 9 paragraph, provide for

because the amounts according to the national price list of interested

municipalities and County Council budgeted amount for part of

year as a basis. Such rules may cover part of the year.



Instead of what is stated in chapter 14. paragraph 1 of the first and second

paragraphs may grant decision for calendar year 2011 are taken during

calendar year and cover some of this.



10. He who has begun training before 1 July 2011,

be subject to review according to high school Ordinance (1992:394) in its

force on 1 January 2010 in accordance with the curricula in force until

until 30 June 2011. Such a test may be made no later than 30

June 2016.



11. The National Agency for education may provide the additional rules

necessary for the application of 5-7.



12. the provisions of Chapter 13. 1 and 9 sections should also apply to

training begins before 30 June 2013.

Regulation (2012:995).



13. The National Agency for education for 2013, by way of derogation from specified

in chapter 13. 9 paragraph, for such basic amount

referred to in chapter 19. § 48, fourth subparagraph Education Act (2010:800) in

the case of training that starts after June 30, 2013,

provide for basic amounts according to

national price list with the relevant municipalities and county councils

budgeted amount for part of the year as a basis. Such

Regulation may, by way of derogation from those laid down in chapter 13.

paragraph 9, announced in the calendar year 2013 and cover

part of the year.



Instead of what is stated in chapter 13. paragraph 1 of the first and second

paragraphs may grant decision for such basic amount for

calendar year 2013 be taken during the calendar year and cover part of the

this. Regulation (2013:31).



2011:2



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2013, and

apply at admissions to training

starts after 1 July 2013.



2011:3



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2014 and

apply at admissions to training

begin after July 1, 2014.



2011:521



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 June 2011 in the case of

13 chapter. section 29 and July 1, 2011. Provisions should

apply to training originated after July 1, 2011.



2. For course of training which began before 1 July 2011

older provisions for education.



2011:994



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 October 2011 and will in

question about Chapter 4. 3 § apply to training begun

After July 1, 2011.



2011:1045



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 november 2011 and should

apply to training has commenced after June 30,

2011. For training has been started previously oldest

regulations.



2012:117



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2012 in terms of

Chapter 2. section 7 and Chapter 6. section 8 and the heading preceding chapter 2. 7 §

and otherwise 1 may 2012.



2. for the purposes of Chapter 6. 8 paragraph in his new

amended to instruction in Swedish for immigrants and the corresponding

education under Chapter 13. Education Act (1985:1100) equivalent to

education in Swedish for immigrants and the corresponding education

at the folk high school in 24 Cape. Education Act (2010:800).



2012:155



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2012 and apply

first time on grants for calendar year 2013.



2012:402



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2012 and

apply for the first time at the training begins after the

30 June 2013. Older provisions still apply for

training has been started before 1 July 2013.

Regulation (2014:860).



2. Instead of as specified in Chapter 5. 4 §

secondary Regulation (2010:2039) to apply for special

variation in high school for pupils with planned start

in the fall of 2013 shall be made no later than 30 september 2012. The State's

skolverk should instead as provided in Chapter 5. section 10 of the

secondary regulation if possible take decisions in these cases

no later than 1 november 2012.



3. Instead of as specified in Chapter 5. 14 §

secondary Regulation (2010:2039) to the application for

national recruitment in upper secondary school for pupils with planned start

in the fall of 2013 shall be made no later than 30 september 2012. The State's

skolverk should instead as provided in Chapter 5. section 17 of the

secondary regulation if possible take decisions in these cases

no later than 1 november 2012.



4. Instead of as specified in Chapter 5. 25 and 29 § §

secondary Regulation (2010:2039) should State if skolverk

possible to decide no later than 1 november 2012 in respect of

physical education in upper secondary school for pupils with planned start

in the fall of 2013.



2012:745



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on January 1, 2013 in respect

on Chapter 4. section 5, Chapter 5. 2, 5, 6 and 31 sections and Chapter 8. section 28, as well as in

the 1 december 2013.



2. the provisions of Chapter 5. in its new wording, apply to

education that begins after June 30, 2013. Older

rules still apply for training beginning

before 1 July 2013.



3. A teacher within the meaning of paragraph 33 Act (2010:801)

on the introduction of the Education Act (2010:800) shall for the purposes of

Chapter 8. 1 (a) and (b) of this regulation, be treated as a

licensed teachers who are competent to teach in the subject

that rating refers to, but not later than 30 June 2015

or, in the case of grades in secondary school pupils, the far

30 June 2018. Regulation (2013:826).



4. A teachers referred to in paragraph 20 of the transitional provisions

to Regulation (2011:326) about permissions and authentication

for teachers and preschool teacher shall for the purposes of Chapter 8.

1 (a) and (b) of this regulation, be treated as a licensed

teachers who are competent to teach in the topic rating

refers to. Regulation (2013:826).



2012:995



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 18 January 2013.



2. the provisions of Chapter 5. section 14 of the new force is applied to the

education that begins after June 30, 2013. Older

rules still apply for training beginning

before 1 July 2013.



2013:359



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2013.



2. the provisions shall apply for the first time at training

begin after June 30, 2013. Older provisions apply

still in the field of education which has commenced before 1 July

2013.



2014:97



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 april 2014.



2. The new provisions are applied the first time to the test as

carried out after 30 June 2014.



2014:860



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on August 1, 2014.



2. the provisions of Chapter 8. 15 and 16 of the new wording

apply for the first time at the training begins after the

30 June 2011.



3. the provisions of Chapter 4. 10 a section, Chapter 8. 1 (e) and 9 Cape.

4 (a) of the new wording is applied first time on education

beginning after the entry into force.



4. For education originated before the entry into force case 4

Cape. 10 a section, Chapter 8. 1 (e) and 9 Cape. 4 (a) of the older

the wording.



2015:143



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on april 15, 2015.



2. Annex 1 of the new wording is applied for the first time at the

training begins after 1 July 2015.




3. Annex 1 of the older wording applies to training

commenced before July 1, 2015.



2015:585



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 17 november 2015.



2. the provisions of the new wording is applied first time.

on education that begins after its entry into force.



3. Older provisions still apply for training

commenced before the entry into force.



Annex 1



National guidelines on national programmes in

secondary schools and programs common substances for each

program



National programmes in National

high school credits for the guidelines

software common

the subjects in a program



Professional programs



1. Child and

recreation Health 100 Leisure and health

Science 100 educational work

Education, 400 social work

Social studies 50

Swedish or

Swedish which

a second language 100



2. Construction and

fixed program Construction and construction vehicles

plant 400 House construction

Soil and plant

Painting

Sheet metal



3. Electricity and

energy program the computer and Automation

communications-computer and

technology 100 communication technologies

Electrical engineering electrical engineering 100

100 energy technologies energy technologies

Mechatronics 100



4. Automotive and

transport program vehicle and cargo handling

transport-Bodywork and

the industry 200 painting

Vehicle technology 200 truck and mobile

machines

Passenger car

Transport



5. Trade and

Administration-

Software Entrepreneurship 100 Administrative service

Sales and

customer service 100 Trade and service

Trade 100

Information and

communication 100



6. Handicraft Entrepreneurship 100 cabinetmaking

Craft 200 Florist

Craft-Hairdressing

knowledge 100 textile design

Other crafts



7. Hotels and

Tourism Programme Activities and Hotels and Conference

hosting 100 Tourism and travel

English 100

Entrepreneurship 100

Conference and

events 100

Reception 100

Tour production

and

marketing 100

Service and

Room 100



8. Industrial Engineering

Programme Industrial Engineering

processes 100 dependability and

Man in maintenance technology

industry 100 Process technology

Production Product and

knowledge 100 mechanical engineering

Production-Welding Technology

equipment 100



9. Land management program Biology 100 Animals

Entrepreneurship 100 Farms

Natural resources 200 Forest

Garden



10. Restaurant and

Food Programme Hygiene knowledge 100 Bakery and pastry shop

Food and fresh produce,

nutritional knowledge 100 delicacy and

Catering and catering

industry knowledge 100 Kitchen and serving

Service and

Room 100



11. Plumbing and

real estate program Electricity 100 Property

System knowledge 200 cold

Tool-heat pump technology

and material-Ventilation technology

handling 100 PLUMBING



12. Health and

omsorgsprogrammet Health 100

Medicine 150

Man 100

Psychiatry 100

Psychology 50

Social studies 50

Special-

Education 100

Swedish or

Swedish which

a second language 100

Health and social care 350



College Preparatory program



13. Economy programme business administration 100 Law

Law school 100 Economy

Modern languages 100

Psychology 50



14. Aesthetic

Aesthetic program

communication 100 Image and design

Art and Dance

culture 50 aesthetics and media

Music

Theatre



15. Humanities

the program Philosophy 50 Culture

Modern languages 200 Languages

Human

language 100



16. Science-

Biology programme 100 Science

Physics 150 Science

Chemistry 100 and society

Modern languages 100



17. Social Science-

the program Philosophy 50 behavioral science

Modern languages 200 Media, information

Psychology 50 and communication

Social Sciences



18. Technology Physics 150 Design and

Chemistry 100 product development

150 technology information and

media technology

Production technology

Community building

and the environment

Engineering Sciences

Regulation (2015:143).



Annex 2



Program common substances in high school pupils for each

program



National programmes in secondary special education credits for

the application of common topics in a

program



1. the programme for administering 100

Administration, trade trade 100

and Information and communication management 100

Purchasing and logistics 100

Service and staff 100



2. the programme for the Aesthetic communication 200

aesthetic activities Arts and culture 100

Media production 100

Swedish 100



3. the programme for construction and maintenance 100

property, plant caretaking 200

and construction Service and reception 100



4. the programme for the automotive industry 200

vehicle care and vehicle technologies 200

cargo handling cargo handling 200



5. Application of Form and design 100

crafts and Craft production and production 200

Materials and tools 100



6. the programme for the bakery and confectionery knowledge 100

Hotel, restaurant and Hotels 100

Bakery food and nutrition knowledge 100

Catering and industry knowledge 200

Service and staff 100



7. the programme for Health 200

health, health care and long-term care Man 100

Service and staff 100

Health and social care 200



8. the programme for English 100

society, nature and geography 100

language media production 100

Science 100

Social studies 100

Swedish 100



9. the programme of biology-natural resources 100

forest, land and animals natural resources 200

Land management technology 100

Regulation (2012:402).



Annex 3



The time plan



Teaching time in hours of 60 minutes of training within

individual program at upper secondary pupils



Topics:




Swedish 200

Math 150

Social orientation 170

Physical education 280

Artistic activities 70

Training and practice 2 730



A total of 3 600