Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Rotterdam Muslim School Takes Alderman to Court

The Rotterdam Muslim Ibn Ghaldoun school wants to take Rotterdam Education Alderman Leonard Geluk to court. Geluk sent a letter to the parents of the pupils advising them to send their children to a different school. According to the inspectorate, the quality of the school is the lowest ranking in the Netherlands. The inspectorate says that the educational material is poor and the quality of tests administered is bad. In addition, subsidies have been used wrongly. The Ministry of Education is reclaiming 1.2 million Euro from the school. The school claims that it has recently made significant progress in improving the quality of its educational program.

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