School maintaining body. For public-sector schools, usually a local authority (commune/district) or, less commonly, the Land. Private schools are maintained by a non-profit-making body (especially churches and non-denominational backers) or private individuals. The maintaining body is responsible for the establishment, maintenance and administration of the school and normally bears the material costs (whilst the staff costs for teachers at public-sector schools are borne by the Land).
|Quellenangabe der englischsprachigen Definition||Secretariat of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and cultural affairs of the Länder|
|Zuletzt geändert am||08.02.2012|