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Education takes first step to reduce reserves

School boards and partnerships in primary and secondary education took the first steps last year to reduce their generous reserves. At the same time, they still own more than...

More than billion euros in reserves with school boards

Schools for primary and secondary education together have more than a billion euros in 'probably excessive' equity, the Education Inspectorate concludes. In mbo, hbo and wo, the reserves are ...

Partnerships see reserves grow further

Partnerships for appropriate education in primary and secondary education saw their reserves increase again last year. In 2018, 19,5 million euros remained under the line. The joint ...

Regional: shrinking so-schools, growing reserves

Since 2014, thousands of pupils have disappeared from (secondary) special education and special primary education in parts of the country. The responsible regional partnerships are generally well in ...

Partnerships see reserves growing

Partnerships for appropriate education in primary and secondary education have parked more money in the bank than they themselves consider necessary.

Universities of applied sciences live on reserves

Universities of applied sciences spent 93 million euros more last year than they received in income. Of the 37 higher professional education institutions, 28 are in the red, according to an inventory by the Education Magazine.

Ventilation subsidy does not solve overdue maintenance

Many schools have been struggling with their indoor climate for years. Due to corona there was a financial injection to get the ventilation in order. Nice, but hardly a substantial contribution, it sounds ...

How rich is my school board (in 2019)?

The Education Inspectorate has released a list showing for all 1330 school boards and 152 partnerships whether and how much they had in potentially excessive reserves at the end of 2019. The inspectorate decided ...

Slob: 'Pilots with rapid tests in schools'

As soon as reliable rapid tests for corona are available, pilots will be started in schools. Education minister Arie Slob declared this in the House of Representatives today. The minister also states in ...

Slob: if necessary, remove money from a partnership

Education minister Arie Slob wants to make it possible from next year to withdraw money from partnerships for suitable education that keep too many reserves on the shelf. “It must ...

Young scientists: money needs to be added now

Due to the corona crisis, many young scientists on temporary contracts are unable to complete their research on time. In an urgent letter, they ask Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven for a support package of 350 ...

The price of the small class

Small groups, the money to the class. The Schools for Personal Education (Svpo) are constantly recruiting new colleagues with resounding words. Former teachers sketch a different side: blown ...

Collective complaint about appropriate education

The Education Inspectorate can expect a bright yellow American school bus on Monday with Angry Parents in it. Under this heading, parents of children who 'do not receive adequate education' submit a collective complaint to ...

How rich is my partnership?

Partnerships for appropriate education saw their equity grow to 260 million euros last year. How big are the financial reserves in your own region? The Education Magazine published them in ...

The pros and cons of the pension agreement

After years of negotiations, the trade unions, employers and the cabinet reached an agreement in principle on 5 June on improving the pension system. During the negotiations a crucial role was ...

'Soft landing' Van Rijn advice is disappointing

In the coming years, the cabinet will earmark an extra 41 million euros for science and technology courses in MBO and higher education. The effect of the redistribution of the higher education budget by...

'Education party' D66 is bleeding for raised expectations

With a massive education strike on March 15, political The Hague will feel the pressure build up. While the teacher shortage grows more poignant every week, the question arises: when will the self-proclaimed education party break ...

Slob: potting administrations have to answer for themselves

"Equestrian resources" calls education minister Arie Slob (ChristenUnie) establishing a minimum budget for personnel expenditure and other interventions in the lump sum, the bag of education money that school boards can spend at their own discretion.

The lump sum debate: these are the main themes

Tomorrow the House of Representatives will debate the lump sum, the bag of money that school boards receive. It is enough? How is the money spent? Is there still money to be found somewhere?

Minister Slob: number of home sitters is increasing

In the already difficult dossier of 'appropriate education', education minister Arie Slob has yet to cope with another setback. According to new figures, the number of home sitters has increased, he reported today in ...

'Appropriate education just doesn't work in practice'

MPs Peter Kwint (SP) and Rudmer Heerema (VVD) often disagree. But in their concerns about appropriate education, the political opposites meet. A double interview with the Education Magazine -...

Slob: research into the size and use of the lump sum

Minister Arie Slob (Christian Union) wants to investigate whether funding in primary and secondary education is sufficient to provide good education, and whether school boards spend the money in an efficient way.

Partnerships are left with 32 million euros

Partnerships for appropriate education were left with almost 2017 million euros in 32. They saw their equity increase by sixteen percent to 238 million euros, according to figures published by DUO ...

School boards park millions in the bank

School boards that keep a lot of money year after year. They do not exist, education minister Arie Slob previously reported to the House of Representatives. The Education magazine delved into the numbers and found them....

Ministers: boards must better justify spending education money

School administrators in all education sectors must better justify what they do with education money. That is what education ministers Ingrid van Engelshoven and Arie Slob want. Governments must publicly record how much money their ...

We are 'the teacher shortage'

The teacher shortage has many faces. The AOb brings them into focus. Who are these (former) teachers and what do they run into?

Less money to employees than rich transfers

Half of primary and special education schools spend less on staff than the ministry transfers for that purpose. That is now allowed within the lump sum system, but ...

OCW's housekeeping booklet of school boards: a leaflet

As of today, anyone who wants to get an idea of ​​the income and expenditure of educational institutions with a few clicks can visit a new website launched by the Ministry of Education. A...

How the growth of special education announced itself

It received a lot of attention before and the Education Inspectorate is also thinking about it: special education has grown a little nationally for the first time in years. Who zooms in on the ...

Financial situation IJburg College already dire

The Amsterdam IJburg College, which was placed under stricter financial supervision by the Education Inspectorate at the beginning of this year, had been in a precarious financial situation for much longer.

Loan system money not well spent

Universities and colleges would spend 600 million euros extra on education, they promised when the basic grant was abolished. That probably didn't work out, according to research by the General...

"Now I know for sure, that will be on strike again"

During the meet-up, the question was: when will education minister Arie Slob grant the demanded 1,4 billion euros? The teachers present hoped for it, but the minister immediately tempered the ...

Pabo diploma, but not for the class?

Many people with a PABO diploma are not in front of the classroom. Does this silent reserve offer an opportunity to solve the teacher shortage? Do you have a pabo diploma but you don't work...

What you need to know as a Works Council member

Due to a new education law, the Act on strengthening administrative power, works councils in MBO have a stronger position. This law has been in effect since last month. Are you a member of the Works Council of...

In 2015, MBO made a generous plus of 182 million

All MBO schools together achieved an operating result of 182 million euros last year, almost four percent of the income. One third of the 61 MBO institutions even held more than five ...