Didacta 2022, Inauguration at Fortezza da Basso • Nove da Firenze

“With Didacta, Tuscany and Florence are at the heart of the national debate on schools and for education.” It was said this morning by the President of the Region Eugenio Giani, who together with the Councilor for Education, Training, Employment, University and Research Alessandra Nardini participated in the inauguration of the fifth edition of Didacta and the Teatrino Lorenese of Fortezza. Basso in Florence, the most important exhibition on innovation of the Italian school, scheduled for next Sunday.

“This – he continued – is the place where a very important debate takes place on the national perspectives on education and schooling, which constitute fundamental elements for their relationship with work, because our country is just as far as d. ‘Qualification of the production system relaunched. Is linked to human capital’.

“The tradition, culture, and DNA of Tuscany have always given the school a fundamental role in the life of the community, as a factor for great distinction also of our identity in the national context,” the president added. the memory wanted to remember. January 2021 “when Tuscany was the first in Italy to reopen schools because we saw the return and presence significantly.”

The President also mentioned the plans for the school buildings: “These are the resources of the NRR, but I also remember the assumption we made last February on the Social Cohesion Fund, 50 per cent of 108 Millions to the school. Admission to school “. Speaking of the government, he concluded: “If there is more regionalism in schools, there will be more opportunities to implement interventions”.

In his welcome address, Councilor Nardini emphasized that “this fair, which focuses on innovation, is an important message in this start-up phase. Our girls and boys have paid the highest price for this pandemic and we have a duty to answer them for us. Remember, even though this phase is over, that when we talk about education, training and education, we are not talking about costs and expenses. But we are talking about investment. always in the midst of our policy.In the months of the pandemic we worked to combine the right to education and the right to health, today we must pay attention to the world of school and to innovation, teachers and focus on the environment, “said Nardini, who thanked all and all those who worked for this event, starting with the whole structure of the education, training, employment and research department of n the region “.

In conclusion, the councilor focused on the program that the region has set up for this fifth edition of Didacta, starting with the 230 square meter booth at the entrance of the Cavaniglia Pavilion, built with ESF resources, and a series of 29 events, 6 of those included in the fair’s scientific program. “Tuscany makes school” means the space and offer that the region has built, where we talk about our projects, from overcoming gender stereotypes, to memory, from the integrated 0-6 system, to ITS passages orientation “It is our contribution – concluded the Board of Governors – to innovate our schools and our school system ”.

The Mayor of Florence and of the Metropolitan City of Florence Dario Nardella was also present at the inauguration of ‘Didacta’ at the Fortezza da Basso in Florence on Friday 20 May. Half of the available resources from its budget to the schools. For the three-year period 2022-2024, the metropolitan city of Florence has established an expenditure of 105 million euros for the schools: 45.7 million miur funding , 38 million economic surplus and 8.7 million of new registrations.with the latest variation of the dup-single programming document implemented. “We were able to face the emergency without giving up investment – emphasizes Massimo F ratini, Councilor for the Metropolitan City of Florence delegate for school construction – .

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