PNRR and school, a matter of goals and objectives: career, training and digital

The planned investment plans for the restart of the post-pandemic era actually alleviate, albeit not much, the terrible economic climate that teachers and staff have breathed for decades: contracts that are not in line with purchasing power, limited reforms, limited continuation education and minimum wage. In addition, outdated teaching programs and methods and very limited, if not absent, use of digital technology for the preparation of lessons and training courses. Can the PNRR be considered as a deterrent against ongoing cuts (not least the reduction of the expenditure / GDP ratio by half a percentage point) for the school world? Given the limited expenditure margins for the funds actually disbursed at Community level and available, it is currently not possible to provide an answer. It is necessary to evaluate the concrete results of the renewal of teaching, of the structures in which teachers and students live together tens of hours a week, of contractual guarantees and wages, which remain the lowest in Europe and minimum compared to other categories of public employees. The expenditure targets, through careful planning of PNRR employment margins, primarily relate to the relaunch of ITS and the preparation of training, which is increasingly preparing to enter the world of work.

Career, training and orientation: learning for students and teachers

You go back to class, even when you’re on the other side of the chair, according to an increasingly continuous, innovative and digital training perspective that allows teachers to stay – and stay – in step with the technological needs of the new generations, always more dynamic and struggling with stimulating digital activities. Numerous reforms in this regard, aimed at publishers (indications of 28 September 2013), with the creation of digital content and extensions. Others have been partially implemented by Legislative Decree 73/2021, which paved the way, even in schools, for simplified competitions “Brunette” and practically suppressed after the dispute over the closed tests, with Legislative Decree 36, a return to the test “is foreseen” structured until 31 December 2024 and with more open questions from 1 January 2025. Another difficult question concerns the discussed DL 36, which will be adopted by the Senate for effective revision and discussion.This allows for the actual compulsory acquisition of CFUs for the qualification to teach only in the academic world (bachelor or master’s degree): in practice, those who wish to teach will have to decide The qualification will last forever but will not entitle to the chair, leading to future school staff taking steps in a mandatory path.PNRR should also provide a political signal on the updating of these measures.


The question of net and orientation in the world of work: forthcoming discussion in the Senate

Through the preparation of dedicated projects, the PNRR aims to actively combat various phenomena that grip the school world and make Belpaes black sheep in the statistics for education at the local level: early school leaving, poorly functioning ministerial programs and a number of inactive young people in an exorbitant labor market. or level of education. PNRR’s attempt is to invest a large amount in the revision of Legislative Decree 36 for the development of higher quality programs that can facilitate the deployment of young people in the world of work, with strict deadlines: by 30 June, the content of the aforementioned decree in according to the more realistic and immediate goals of the PNRR. The package schoolin addition to the measures already mentioned, a concrete adaptation of curricula provided at the 2nd grade Gymnasium with the needs of the labor market, continuously updated, as well as the practical and didactic skills of future teachers that need to be updated.

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