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National Agency for Education (Sweden)

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National Agency for Education (Sweden)

Swedish National Agency for Education
Statens skolverk
Agency overview
Formed 1991
Preceding Agency Skolöverstyrelsen
Jurisdiction Government of Sweden
Headquarters Alströmergatan 12, Stockholm
Employees About 1,180 (2008)
Annual budget SEK 510,448,000 (2008)
Minister responsible Jan Björklund, Minister for Education
Agency executives Per Thullberg, Director-general
Ragnar Eliasson, Deputy Director-general
Parent agency Ministry of Education and Research

The Swedish National Agency for Education (Swedish: Statens skolverk, commonly known as Skolverket) is a government agency in Sweden that oversees the Swedish public school system for children and adults.

See also

External links

  • Swedish National Agency for Education, official website

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