Regulation (1997:642) If Experimentation With Local Boards In The Upper Secondary School And Municipal Adult Education

Original Language Title: Förordning (1997:642) om försöksverksamhet med lokala styrelser inom gymnasieskolan och den kommunala vuxenutbildningen

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section 1 of a municipality or a County Council, may, in accordance with the provisions of

Chapter 7. 18-22 of the local Government Act (1991:900) if

self-government bodies and in accordance with the provisions of this

Regulation, establishing local boards in secondary schools and

within the municipal adult education.



What's in the future about a municipality also applies to a

County Councils.



section 2 of the a local Board referred to in paragraph 1 may, by way

provided in Chapter 2. paragraph 1, second subparagraph, second sentence, the Education Act

(1985:1100), under the Board that forms the Board of

education, be in charge of matters relating to the activities of

upper secondary school and municipal adult education. Data

which, according to high school Ordinance (1992:394), regulation

(2002:1012) on municipal adult education and regulation

(SKOLFS 1994:2) on the curriculum for the optional school forms

It is for the Board of education or principal may only

be transferred to a local Board to the extent referred to in

6-10 sections.



Board may not dispose of the overall responsibility for

the business.



Despite what is stated in Chapter 7. section 18 of the local Government Act (1991:900),

the local Board does not decide on behalf of the Board in a

particular case or group of cases in greater

extent than that indicated in paragraphs 6 and 8. The local

the Board should also not decide on matters relating to

individual cases. Regulation (2002:1015).



3 § a local Board may include an entire school or part of

a school.



section 4 If a local Board set up at a high school needs

There is a school there.



section 5 of the local Board shall as members include representatives

for students and employees at the school. The principal shall

always included as a member of the Board of Directors. The Board may decide to

others to be included as members.



Of the local Board shall be representatives of students

more than the other members.



section 6 of the Following information as secondary regulation

(1992:394) rests on the Board of education may be transferred to

a local Board of Directors:



1. to establish curricula for local courses according to Chapter 1.

paragraph 6 of the third subparagraph,



2. to decide on the allocation of teaching time over

in academic years according to Chapter 1. section 11 of the first subparagraph,



3. to decide on local specialisations within the national

programmes referred to in Chapter 2. paragraph 1, second subparagraph,



4. to decide on additional goals for the training of a local

orientation according to Chapter 2. section 12,



5. decide to establish local courses under Chapter 2. section 14 of the

the first subparagraph,



6. to decide on the number of high school credits as a local course

under Chapter 2. section 15,



7. to decide on the number of days to be used for sport

and recreational activities under Chapter 3. section 3,



8. to decide on local elective courses according to Chapter 5. 1 §

fourth subparagraph, and



9. to decide on the organisation of the workplace training according to 5

Cape. section 15. Regulation (1999:1035).



section 7 the following tasks according to the secondary regulation

(1992:394) rests on the principal may be transferred to a local Board of Directors:



1. to adopt the work plan in accordance with Chapter 1. section 13 and



2. to decide on the organisation of the workplace training according to 5

Cape. section 15. Regulation (1999:1035).



§ 8 the following information under the Ordinance (2002:1012) if

municipal adult education rests on the Board of education

may be transferred to a local Board of Directors:



1. to establish curricula for local courses,



2. to decide on which courses or modules to be

organized,



3. to decide on the establishment of local training courses,



4. to determine the number of high school credits as a local course

covers, and



5. to decide on how many high school credits related to

each sub-course. Regulation (2002:1015).



9 repealed by SFS (2002:1015).



10 § the following information pursuant to section 2.6 of regulation

(SKOLFS 1994:2) on the curriculum for the optional school forms

rests on the principal may be transferred to a local Board of Directors:



1. the responsibility of the local plan of work,



2. the design of the school's work environment,



3. the design of the introduction in the studies and in the

subject/course,



4. the development of skills needed to staff

Professional to carry out their functions,



5. collaboration with universities and colleges and the workplace

outside of school,



6. organisation of the academic and professional orientation

operations, and



7. the development of the school's international contacts.

Regulation (2006:1081).



section 11 Pupils in secondary schools that participate in the work of the Board has

the right to the extraordinary support of school work is needed because of

the mission.



Notwithstanding section 12 of Chapter 7. section 21 of the local Government Act (1991:900)

If the right to benefits for members of the

self-government bodies determine the municipality if the representatives of the

students in a local Board of secondary education shall be entitled

to compensation for his duties.



paragraph 13 of the final mark shall indicate if the student has participated as

a member of a local Board of Directors. Also, if necessary,

Note should be made in a single transcript.



section 14 a municipality that have decided to participate in the experiment

shall notify the Authority for school development. In

the notification shall include a description of the activities of the

the current school. Furthermore, the notification shall indicate

the following:



1. what motives the municipality have to participate in

the experiment,



2. how to design the experiment,



3. who is the Chairman of the local Board,



4. how many members are part of the local Board and

how these are appointed and



5. how the municipality intends to evaluate the business.



The municipality shall attach to the notification, the rules of procedure

the Board has established for the local Board.

Regulation (2002:1166).



section 15 of the decisions referred to in paragraphs 6 and 8 may be appealed in accordance with the

the provisions of Chapter 10. Local Government Act (1991:900) if

legality. A local management board decisions on other issues

pursuant to this Regulation may not be appealed.



Transitional provisions



1999:1035



This Regulation shall enter into force on 2 January 2000 and shall

apply to training which commence after July 1, 2000.

Older rules still apply in respect of education as

has commenced before 1 July 2000.

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