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法規名稱(Title) Directions for the Supply of Teaching Materials and Subsidies for Overseas Compatriot Schools Ch
公發布日(Date) 2018.09.04
法規沿革(Legislative) 1.Promulgated by Order of OCAC No.09530025201 dated February 22, 2006.
2.Amended by Order of OCAC No.09530254952 dated August 7, 2006.
3.The amended Direction 7,9, and Appendix of Direction 7 were
promulgated by Order of OCAC No. 09830047891 dated February 20, 2009.
4.The amended Direction 9, and Appendix were promulgated by Order of
OCAC No. 1010202227 dated August 7, 2012.
5.Amended by Order of OCAC No.10702026331 dated September 4, 2018
(revised directions take into force from 4th, September 2018).
法規內文(Content) 1.These directions are drafted by the Overseas Community Affairs
  Council (hereunder abbreviated to“the OCAC”) contacting for 
  the purpose of executing with Subparagraphs 1-2, Direction 4, 
  in the “Directions for Contacting and Assisting with Overseas 
  Compatriots Schools. The term “overseas compatriot schools” 
  used in this direction refers to overseas compatriots which, in 
  accordance with the laws of the country in which they reside, 
  set up schools or language classes overseas that adopt language 
  instruction from Taiwan.

2.The OCAC supplies teaching materials in accordance with the 
  following principles:
(1)In principle, the materials provided will be textbooks approved 
   by the Ministry of Education, OCAC publications or other textbooks 
   approved by the OCAC as meeting the needs of ROC’s overseas
   Chinese language teaching policy.
(2)The OCAC will provide textbooks to applicant overseas compatriot 
   schools based on the principle that each student should receive 
   one set of Chinese language textbooks per semester. However, the 
   OCAC will also provide textbooks needed by overseas compatriot 
   school teachers for teaching purposes and transfer students as 
   deemed necessary.

3.The overseas compatriot schools’applications for textbooks will 
  be processed in accordance with the following directions:
(1)Applications should be made six months before the start of the 
   academic year and limited to one time. However, when overseas 
   compatriot schools have special needs, if approved by the OCAC, 
   applications can be made each semester.
(2)Applications should detail the names and volumes of textbooks 
   as well as the number required.
(3)Fill in the “Overseas Compatriot Schools Information Form” 
   (as shown in appendix 1) and “Overseas Compatriot Schools 
   Textbook Requirement Form” (as shown in appendix 2), to be sent 
   to the OCAC through the overseas representative office of the ROC 
   or Culture Center of Taipei Economic and Cultural office (hereunder 
   abbreviated to“The Culture Center”).

4.The overseas representative office of the ROC or the Culture 
  Center should conduct an initial assessment of all textbook 
  requests by overseas compatriot schools in their locations, 
  filling in the“Textbook Application Detailed Summary Form”  
  (as shown in appendix 3) and the“Overseas Compatriot Schools
  Mailing List” (as shown in appendix 4) to be submitted to with 
  the application to the OCAC.

5.After the application for textbooks by overseas compatriot schools 
  are approved, when the materials are received the“Packing List and 
  Receipt Slip” must be signed and posted to the OCAC directly or sent 
  through the overseas representative office of the ROC or the Culture 
  Center. 

6.When awarding budget subsidies to overseas compatriot schools, 
  the OCAC, will review each application based on content and subsidy
  category. Consideration will be given to the following areas as 
  well as the situation at budget subsidy application schools in past
  years and local price levels:
(1)Application content help to promote overseas compatriot education.
(2)School size.
(3)Current school resources and difficulty of access to resources.
(4)Number of people involved in activities and types of activities.
(5)Number of hours spent teaching Chinese language at the school 
   weekly.
(6)Planned use of funding being applied for.
(7)Other school related matters.
   The scope of the aforementioned budget subsidies is as follows:
(1)Constructing or renovating school buildings.
(2)Upgrading textbooks, tools and related equipment.
(3)Organizing educational and cultural activities.
(4)Other school related matters.

7.Applications by overseas compatriot schools for budget subsidies
  will be processed in accordance with the following directions: 
(1)In principle all funding items detailed in Paragraph 2 of 
   Direction 6 should be applied for 30 days before required.
(2)Fill in the“Overseas Compatriot Schools Information Form” 
   (as shown in appendix 1) and the“Overseas Compatriot Schools 
   Budget Subsidy Application Form” (as shown in appendix 5) to 
   be sent to the OCAC through the overseas representative office 
   of the ROC or the Culture Center.
(3)In accordance with the details of various application items, the 
   following documentation should be provided:
a.Funding applications for the renovation or construction of school
  buildings should detail related work and include engineering 
  drawings, price appraisals etc.
b.Funding applications for upgraded textbooks, tools and related 
  equipment should detail related work and include price appraisals.
  Purchases of teaching-related equipment should also detail 
  specifications.
c.Funding applications for education and cultural activities should 
  provide a detailed plan and budget.
d.If a funding application is filed with two or more agencies, 
  applicants should detail all expenditure, as well as funding items 
  and total funding applied for from each agency.
e.Applications should be filled in using Traditional Chinese. If 
  the information provided is in a foreign language an explanation 
  must be provided in Chinese. 
(4)The financial amounts detailed in budget subsidy applications 
   should be calculated in USD, JPY, EUR or AUD. If the legal 
   currency of a country is none of the above, then prices should 
   be listed in US dollars.
(5)Based on the size of the funding applications for the restoration 
   or construction of school buildings, or the progress of 
   restoration or building work, the OCAC will make a number of 
   disbursements. 

8.The overseas representative office of the ROC or the Culture Center
  should conduct an initial assessment of all budget subsidy 
  applications by overseas compatriot schools in their locations to 
  be submitted with the application to the OCAC. If two or more schools 
  submit an application at the same time the“Overseas Compatriot 
  Schools Budget Subsidy Application Evaluation Form” (as shown in 
  appendix 6) should be filled out.

9.Following the approval of the overseas compatriot schools application
  for the budget subsidy, the following information should be provided 
  to the OCAC for verification through the relevant overseas 
  representative office of ROC or the Culture Center.
(1)The OCAC’s List of Income and Expenditure for the “Provision of
   Public Funds Subsidy to Groups or Individuals” (as shown in appendix 
   7) must be signed by the owner, principal or authorized person of 
   the overseas compatriot school.
(2)Results Report Form (as shown in appendix 8).
(3)Original invoice receipts indicating the spending of subsidy funding.
(4)When funding has been provided for the restoration or construction 
   of school buildings, photographs should be provided showing the site 
   before and after work has been completed.
(5)When funding has been provided for teaching related equipment, 
   photographs should be provided of the apparatus with the words 
  “Sponsored by the Overseas Community Affairs Council, Republic of 
   China” clearly displayed.
(6)When funding has been provided for educational and cultural 
   activities, photographs or clippings should be provided of the 
   activities.
(7)The balance of funding to be repaid is calculated in the currency 
   the funding was provided in and processed as follows:
a.For programs in which revenue earned exceeds total expenditure of 
  the budget subsidy, the surplus is calculated based on the originally
  approved subsidy and repaid.
b.For programs in which revenue earned was less than total expenditure 
  of the budget subsidy, where actual expenditure is more than 30 
  percent above expected expenditure and OCAC funding exceeds US$5,000
  (490,000 Yen, 3,800 Euros or A$4,800), the amount of the subsidy will
  be recalculated based on the originally approved subsidy ratio (the 
  ratio of approved subsidy as a proportion of originally estimated 
  expenditure) and the surplus calculated accordingly.
10.If the application by overseas compatriot schools for the provision 
   of textbooks or subsidy funding are found to contain false or 
   inflated figures, or funding are not used or spent in accordance 
   with the use detailed in the application, the applicant will not 
   only be asked to repay that part of the funding, OCAC will also 
   depending on the seriousness of the infraction suspend provision 
   of materials and funding for a period of 1-5 years.

11.Overseas compatriot educational groups that recognize ROC’s 
   overseas compatriot educational policy and adopt related Chinese 
   language teaching instruction should conduct those programs in 
   accordance with these revised directions. 

12.Issues not covered by these revised directions will be dealt with 
   in accordance with the Guidelines on Central Government Agencies 
   Funding (Donating to) Private Groups or Individuals.
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