About 16 percent of the students flows after obtaining the qualification to the havo. Between pre-vocational secondary schools are large differences when it comes to how many children to the secondary flow.
This is evident from an analysis of the NOS, based on data from 764 secondary schools.
So it turns out that there are schools where more than half of the students flows. In some cases even three-quarters. But there are also dozens of schools where, after the final exam is not one secondary school’, there is continued on the havo.
Students in school communities (17 percent) flows, on average, slightly more to havo than students from schools that only secondary offering (over 11 percent).
The vast majority of secondary school graduates, more than 80 percent, going after their final exam to the mbo. A small group will leave the education and go for example to work or take an intervening year.
The differences between the schools themselves arise because some schools pose barriers for secondary school graduates who wish to move. Then, for example, an average of 6.8 as an average of eindexamencijfer required.
The government last year determined that additional requirements from the school year 2019-2020 is no longer possible, so that secondary graduates can more easily flow through. The condition is that pupils on the vmbo seven subjects, instead of the usual six.