Private secondary schools; application for utility allowance.
School boards of private secondary schools, grammar schools, independent Waldorf schools (from grade 5), and second-chance schools receive a pension allowance for the pension expenses incurred for their teachers in the previous year.
Object and beneficiaries
School authorities of private, state-recognized and state-approved secondary schools, grammar schools, independent Waldorf schools (from grade 5 onwards) and second-chance schools receive a pension subsidy for the pension costs incurred by their teaching staff in the previous year.
Type and amount
The main bases for calculation are the number of students on October 1, the weekly teaching hours calculated on this basis, and the annual salary of a comparable, average state teacher.
In the case of evening high schools and evening secondary schools, the amount of the pension subsidy is limited to the actual pension costs incurred by the school authority in the previous year in relation to the teaching staff; therefore, in certain circumstances, the full pension subsidy calculated may not be granted.
In addition, the pension subsidy is subject to the transitional provisions of Art. 57a of the Bavarian School Financing Act (BaySchFG) for school authorities that were entitled to a subsidy under Art. 40 of the BaySchFG in the version applicable until January 1, 2006.
Among other things:
- Only schools operated by legal entities under public or private law and operating on a non-profit basis receive state funding (proof must be provided in the form of a certificate from the tax office). This also includes ecclesiastical legal entities, including those under Article 9 of the Bavarian Concordat with the Holy See of March 29, 1924, and Article 13 of the Agreement between the Bavarian State and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bavaria on the Right Bank of the Rhine of November 15, 1924.
- State recognition of the school; in the case of state approval, the requirements of Art. 45 (1) BaySchFG must be met.
These are, among others, that
- the school is fully developed
- the school offers the guarantee that it permanently fulfills the educational and educational objectives of the corresponding public schools in a manner that makes it appear equivalent to public schools,
- there are no major objections from the school supervisory authorities,
- the school has been in operation for at least 4 school years as of 01.08. of a year (start of subsidy), and
- the school is intended to operate on a permanent basis.
Grants are awarded by the Bavarian State Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs, usually with an advance payment on February 15 based on the previous year's grant and a final payment including settlement on November 15 of the respective year.
The school authorities receive the application documents from the State Ministry at the beginning of the year and submit them in writing by May 31 of the year, together with the necessary supporting documents.
Applications must be submitted by May 31 of the year to be eligible for the annual grant.
The application is processed in the current grant year (financial year). Grants are also awarded in the same year.
Objection or administrative court action
Responsible for editing: Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Unterricht und Kultus
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