Regulation (2010:232) On Better Vetting Of Independent Schools That Have Been Declared Eligible For Subsidy Under 9 Cape. Paragraph 8 Of The Education Act (1985:1100) As In Force Prior To 1 March 2010

Original Language Title: Förordning (2010:232) om förenklad prövning av fristående skolor som förklarats berättigade till bidrag enligt 9 kap. 8 § skollagen (1985:1100) i dess lydelse före den 1 mars 2010

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Introduction



Article 1 this regulation lays down rules on the

simplified examination referred to in paragraph 3 of the entry into force – and

transitional provisions to the Act (2009:1038) to amend the

Education Act (1985:1100).



Conditions



section 2 of The independent schools that have been designated as eligible for

allowance under Chapter 9. paragraph 8 of the Education Act (1985:1100) as amended

before 1 March 2010 may apply for eligibility under 9

Cape. paragraph 8 of the Education Act as amended with effect from 1 March

2010 education originated after July 1, 2011 in

the provisions of this regulation.



paragraph 3 of the Independent schools referred to in section 2 may be declared

eligible for a national programme and a

national focus



1. If the training sought mainly corresponds to

the training school already conducts, and



2. If the conditions laid down in Chapter 9. paragraph 8 of the Education Act (1985:1100)

as in force from 1 March 2010 are met with

the derogations referred to in the second and third paragraphs of this

paragraph.



An examination of the conditions laid down in Chapter 9. section 8 first

paragraph 1-5 Education Act should only be done if there are particular

reasons.



The provisions of Chapter 9. the fourth subparagraph of paragraph 8 of the Education Act should not

apply.



Application



4 § application for entitlement to the premium shall be made no later than 15

August 2010 at the State school inspection. Where the application relates to

a special variant of the aesthetics of the area, may be

the application must be made no later than February 1, 2011.



If the application concerns a training already carried out and

the operator intends to organize similar training

for a national programme and, where appropriate, a

national focus without any such deviation referred to

in the second subparagraph, the application shall be made not later than 15 may

2010. Regulation (2010:1340).



section 5 of the application should indicate what national programmes or

the national focus in secondary school as the principal

believes that training forms.



If the principal would arrange such education as a

public key you get arranging by way of derogation from

otherwise applicable to national programmes in the form of special

Variant, so-called riksrekryterande training or national

approved physical education, it should be specified in the application referred to in

section 4 of the first paragraph. Any particular application under Chapter 2. 4,

14 or 27 of the secondary Regulation (1992:394) to

organise specific variant, the variance in the form of so-called

riksrekryterande training or nationally approved

physical education should not be submitted to the State's skolverk.



section 6 in the cases referred to in the second subparagraph, the application

contain the information as set out in Chapter 2. 5, 6, 7, 14

section 27 of the regulation or high school (1992:394) or regulations

granted pursuant to these provisions.



Management and decision



section 7 of the State school inspection decides according to Chapter 9. section 8

Education Act (1985:1100) If an education to be eligible

for a refund. The decision shall specify which national

program and the national guidelines education

corresponds to.



§ 8 in the cases referred to in paragraph 5 of the second paragraph, the State

school inspection, send the application to the State for skolverk

assess whether the training should be recognized as special

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

or nationally certified sports training.



The National Agency for education decides on the approval. The decision shall be sent to

the principal and school inspection. Thereafter,

School inspection check whether training should be entitled

for a refund. In the case of the National Agency for education has approved training

that particular variation or deviation in the form of so-called

riksrekryterande education and decided on an amount in accordance with

Chapter 2. 11 section or Chapter 2. 17 paragraph

upper secondary school Ordinance (1992:394), the School Inspectorate

determine the amount of the basic amount of the fine to the amount

The National Agency for education has decided.



School Inspectorate will independently of the National Agency for education approved

education as a specific variant, the variance in the form of so-called

riksrekryterande training or nationally approved

physical education take a decision in accordance with section 7.



section 9 State school inspection shall, in the cases referred to in section 7 of the

make a decision no later than 31 October 2010.



When application is made in accordance with paragraph 4 and

The school supervisory authority considers that the conditions laid down in the

provisions are met, however, decisions are made by

June 30, 2010.



In the cases referred to in paragraph 8 of the second paragraph, the

School Inspectorate's decisions are made by 30 november

2010. If the application concerns a specific variant in the

aesthetic area, however, will be decided by the

March 15, 2011.



Statens skolverk shall, in the cases referred to in section 8, other

paragraph make decisions see-nast on October 31, 2010. If

the application concerns a specific variant in the aesthetic

the area, however, will be decided at the latest by 1 March 2011.

Regulation (2010:1340).



10 § according to Chapter 9. section 17 of the Education Act (1985:1100) may State

school inspection decision under appeal.



School Inspectorate's decision pursuant to this Regulation shall apply

Despite the fact that it has not acquired the authority of a final decision.



The State's skolverks decision, in accordance with Chapter 12. section 2 of the

upper secondary school Ordinance (1992:394) is not subject to appeal.



Transitional provisions



2010:232



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on april 15, 2010 and

valid until april 1, 2011. Regulation (2010:1340).



2. where the application concerns a training that has

been declared eligible for grants by State

school inspection as specified in Chapter 9. paragraph 8 of the Education Act (1985:1100) in

amended before 1 March 2010, the School Inspectorate

decision has been appealed and the School Inspectorate's decision has

determined by the courts, the School Inspectorate's decision

under this regulation is taken when the decision has won

the force, which shall not be later than 1 February 2013. The same

applies in cases where the application concerns a training of

School inspection has been denied the right to the allowance under Chapter 9. section 8

Education Act as amended before 1 March 2010

School Inspectorate's decision has been appealed and the application then

been approved. Regulation (2010:1340).



3. In the cases referred to in 2, application for eligibility

in accordance with this Regulation shall be made no later than one month after the

the decision by which the education explained

eligible for grants has become final.

Regulation (2010:1340).