Major changes following the criticism of the school in Moheda
Last year, the Moheda school was reviewed and criticized by the School Inspectorate. The School Inspectorate said that students at the school did not receive the support they needed. They criticized that there were problems with xenophobia, sexual harassment and integration.
If the Moheda school failed to solve the problems, they would have had to pay 600,000 Swedish crowns. But according to Smålandsposten, the school has made so many changes that the School Inspectorate considers that the problems have been resolved.
– We were very happy about that. It is very positive that they have put an "ok" on our work. We have worked really hard. Regarding the the order in the school, we have got better student spaces with a well-functioning cafeteria where there are adults to a greater extent. This has had a positive impact on all areas we have had problems with. We have also developed rules of procedure together with students and staff so that everyone knows what applies, says Ola Mårtensson, acting principal at the Moheda School, to Smålandsposten.