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The orderly set of rules and regulations that are applicable in a given context is known as a regulation. School, meanwhile, is what is related to the school (an educational establishment).

The school regulation, in this way, is formed by the series of rules that establish different patterns of behavior and rules of coexistence in a school. It's an internal regulation, which is valid for a specific educational center. This means that each school can have its own school regulation.

Public schools generally have the same regulation, approved by the Government in charge of the administration of the establishments. Private schools, on the other hand, tend to develop their regulations freely, provided that internal norms don't conflict with higher hierarchy regulations or laws.

In the case of Secondary, we can establish that fundamentally the school regulation is conformed by what are the rights and duties of the students. In the first case, it establishes some such as these that we present below:

- To be heard and oriented according to the set of educational or personal needs they may have.
- To receive acknowledgments for the academic dedication they carry out as for complying with the existing discipline and its constancy and good behavior.
- To participate in extracurricular activities organized by the school in question.
- To be respected and to be treated with respect, equally and fairly.
- To know in a timely manner both the schedule and the school calendar, exams, the rules of the institute or the services that can be accessed.

In the case of homework, these are some of the most important that are collected in secondary schools:

- To make proper and correct use of the facilities and resources of the center.
- To have a good behavior inside and outside the institute.
- To remain in the center the corresponding working hours.
- To treat both classmates and teachers and other employees of the institute with respect.
- To comply with all the instructions established by your teacher.
- To justify in a proper way their non-attendance to class.
- To participate actively in the activities organized by the center.
- To attend punctually to classes.

The school regulation allows to maintain discipline in the establishment. Among the issues that it establishes, are the students' attire, the schedules to be respected, the interaction models and the possible penalties for faults.

In a school regulation, for example, it can be indicated that students must wear a certain uniform, have short hair and enter school before eight in the morning. In addition, it's pointed out that teachers have the power to sanction students with warnings whenever they consider that they aren't behaving properly. Upon reaching ten warnings in a school year, the student is expelled from school.


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