Published on 12/08/12 at 23:56:29 GMT by Redaksjonen
From August 1 shall enter into force the new law amendments to the Education Act on the organization of educational provision for minority students.
According to the new provisions, municipalities may organize special training program for newly arrived students in separate groups, classes or schools for up to two years. Download the guide from the Ministry of Education here on morsmal.org
All municipalities and counties must be prepared to accept the newly arrived students, whether they come because of labor migration, family reunification, as refugees or asylum seekers, according to a statement from the Directorate of Education.
It is now lays down that it is possible to organize the introduction programs for newly arrived students in separate groups, classes or schools, but the law still contains restrictions on how this can be resolved. The new rules also make it possible to deviate from the subject and period distribution and subject curricula for newly arrived students who participate in an introductory offer.
The offer shall safeguard individual rights and needs of the individual student, and the organization and content of the training must ensure inclusion and a good learning environment. The amendments enter into force on 1 August 2012.
The Directorate of Education has prepared a guide on legislative changes that target the school owners and school administrators in municipalities and counties with newly arrived immigrant students.
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