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School Education Act for Working People

Legal basis: BGBI. 33/97 (MVBI. 50/97).

Since March 1, 1997, the SchUG-B has been in force for all public and public schools for working people instead of the earlier "School Teaching Regulations for BMHS for Working People". Its systematics correspond to the SchUG, but it is characterized in a special way by the principles of deregulation (reduction of the regulation density), decentralization (transfer of decision-making powers to subordinate bodies) and autonomization (regulation responsibilities for the school).

The individual sections of the SchUG-B concern the following areas (§ to §):

  1. General provisions (1-4)
  2. Admission to school (5-7)
  3. Entrance and proficiency tests (8-10)
  4. Lesson regulations (11-17)
  5. Classroom work and student assessment (18-25)
  6. 6. Ascend, repeat (26-30)
  7. Maximum duration and completion of school attendance (31-32)
  8. Final exams; External examinations (33-42)
  9. School regulations (43-46)
  10. Functions of teacher; Teacher Conferences (47-54)
  11. School and students (55-58)
  12. Extended school community (59)
  13. Procedural provisions (60-65)
  14. Final provisions (66-70).

(Last updated: June 2007)