How much is paid for the role of class coordinator? Should coordination positions be paid?

Dealing with the complexity of the school is becoming an increasingly difficult task for school leaders, who in their responsibility to ensure the quality of educational offerings and services, of the management of human and financial resources, of results, of social reporting, have to cope with a long range of commitments and work that is not easily sustainable without a good team organization. (GO TO THE COURSE).

The functional and efficient organization is one of the school’s basic quality criteria because it makes the system of roles and functions transparent. For this reason, the function of the coordination figures is being defined more and more clearly, ie teachers who, together with the leader, make their organizational and coordinating competencies available to assist the leader in the policy for continuous improvement of the offer. services in relation to the context and in line with the critical issues and strengths that emerged in the Self-Evaluation Report.


That coordinator, class, address, department, plexus, projects, the coordinator for support, the coordinator for the cross-cutting teaching in Civic Education or the coordinator for the preservation and improvement of didactic documentationact as determining figures in the management and organization of the school, in fact, today there are no schools that do not have internal coordination figures.

Should coordination positions be paid?

Coordination positions do not fall within the obligations established institutionally in the teaching function, therefore the manager’s job proposal must be approved by the teacher and, if accepted, it has to be paid because it is an extra activity. The coordination task, which is not a compulsory task, is part of the tasks that must be paid with the Department Fund (FIS), in a single payment at the end of the school year.

Let go of the call questions about auxiliary competencies the remuneration of all the positions attributed to the school’s internal staff, which must be paid with the school coffers with remuneration, which must be defined in the institution’s supplementary negotiation between the school head and the Unity Federation Representation (RSU) and which relates to, for example, teaching scope, evaluation, organization.

For teachers, there are fees for extra hours of teaching, restitution and strengthening; the remuneration of the principal’s partners according to art. 25 of Legislative Decree 165/2001; remuneration for instrumental functions and for any other activity approved by the school council within the framework of the PTOF.

For ATA staff, fees are paid for the replacement of the Director of General and Administrative Services (DSGA), for DSGA’s management allowance, for specific tasks, for holiday and night shifts for ATAs and educators at boarding schools, for every other activity approved by the school council as a part of PTOF.

The National Collective Agreement (CCNL) 2016 – 2018 regarding the staff in the School Section in art. 27 defines the teachers’ professional profile as consisting of disciplinary, psycho-pedagogical, methodological-didactic, organizational-relational and research, documentation and evaluation competencies that are interconnected and interact, which develop with the maturation of teaching experience, study activity and systematization of teaching practice. .

To cover the role of coordinator, due to the responsibilities it entails and the strategic function it covers, adequate preparation is required.

The course

On these topics the course The function of coordination figures, curated by Anna Maria Di Falco, scheduled for June 21st.

The objectives of the proposed course are:

  • Training support figures for school management
  • Prepare for the management of coordination modalities in relation to different contexts
  • Improve teachers’ professional performance in collaboration and teamwork
  • Support teachers in managing change according to user needs.

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