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 [ Translation Winkler Partners, 2002 ]       
Issued 25 September 2000

Article 1
These Regulations are adopted pursuant to the provisions of Article 7 of the Senior High School Law ("the Law").

Article 2
The establishment, amendment registration, or closure of comprehensive junior-senior high schools shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of Article 5 of the Law.

Article 3
Comprehensive junior-senior high schools shall include both the earlier and latter levels of secondary education. The earlier three years are the junior high school level, while the latter three years are the senior high school level.

Article 4
School district boundaries for comprehensive junior-senior high schools shall be drawn by the competent educational authority on the basis of population, transportation, neighborhood characteristics, cultural environment, administrative districts, and the distribution of schools.

Article 5
Comprehensive junior-senior high schools shall, at the junior high school level, set prerequisite education levels, admissions procedures, the term of study, criteria for evaluation of student performance, graduation requirements, and other such matters in accordance with the National Education Law and its related regulations. At the senior high school level, such matters shall be set in accordance with the Law and its related regulations.

Article 6
The curriculum to be completed by students at the junior high school level of a comprehensive junior-senior high school shall be as set forth in the Junior High School Standards or the Junior High School Curriculum Outline. At the senior high school level, the curriculum and number of credits to be completed shall be as set forth in the Law and its related regulations.

Article 7
Facilities standards for comprehensive junior-senior high schools shall be as set forth in paragraphs 2 and 3 of Article 8 of the Law.

Article 8
To develop area-wide cooperation among secondary schools and provide students with integrated learning, comprehensive junior-senior high schools may carry out educational experiments pursuant to the provisions of the Regulations Governing Educational Experiments in Senior Secondary Schools.

Article 9
A comprehensive junior-senior high school shall in principle constitute a single administrative organization, and all its class years shall be counted in a single series, from first year to sixth year.

Article 10
The organization of a comprehensive junior-senior high school and the number of its regular employees shall be as set forth in the Law and its related regulations.

Article 11
The number of class hours to be taught per week by full-time teachers and teachers serving concurrently in administrative positions at comprehensive junior-senior high schools shall be as prescribed by the competent educational authority.

Article 12
These Regulations shall enter into force from the date of issuance.

These Regulations are adopted in Chinese, which shall prevail in case of any discrepancy between the English translation and the Chinese original.

Note: This Law is enacted in Chinese, which shall prevail in case of any discrepancy between the English translation and the Chinese original.



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