The Education Inspectorate assesses VMBO Maastricht as a "very poor school," according to a report on Wednesday's inspection Faithful o.
The "very bad school" seal is the lowest estimate the inspector can make about the school.
According to Faithful it is said in the report that the board in the school must prepare a plan of action. He should say that school quality will improve within a year. If school management fails within a year, school financing can be stopped.
The Inspectorate reports that students receive poor control. Also, school management should make more efforts to make students feel safer and ensure that lesser lessons are dropped. However, the level of lessons would be good and students would get clear explanations.
Hundreds of VMBO students in Maastricht were due to pass another exam after it turned out that parts of the school exam were missing.
André Postema, President of the Executive Board of the Limburg Foundation for Secondary Education (LVO), has heightened the problems. At first, he wanted to stay.