Political elections, only slogans about formation of party leaders. Anief: Stop talking, urgent action is needed with the new budget law. Personnel in a state of mobilization

In this election campaign, which is now over, schools and universities are cited enough, but almost always only “by slogans”: this is recalled by the Adnkronos news agency, on the eve of the opening of the elections that will bring Italian citizens , who completed their vote at the vote.at least 18 years old.

The press agency took a significant picture of the superficiality with which issues related to education are treated, reporting symbolic phrases from the leaders of the major parties: It remains on general areas, it never goes into the merits , it does not deepen. , it is not described how it is intended to finance every operation, very expensive, that one wants to implement in the 19th legislature by going into the government.

Marcello Pacifico, national president of Anief, asks politics to have a stronger relationship with schools, universities and public research: “Keeping the titles and only propaganda is no longer enough, neither for the union nor for the Italians – says the unionist autonomously -, it’s time to get down to business. We said it very clearly last month, during the meetings with the candidates of many political parties: The last confrontation was yesterday in Turin with Francesco Verducci, of the Democratic Party. There are many commitments to be made. And for some there is no time to waste because the aid decree was a total disappointment and now there is a risk of compromising the regularity of the school year: it is good , that the government that will emerge from tomorrow’s elections is well aware that about “education must be rolled up”.

“These are choices – Pacifico also explained in a video interview – in terms of mandatory training and choices regarding personnel and infrastructure: security, mobility, transfers, recruitment, training”, repeating that these are “all issues that Anief with an organic attack must be dealt with.Legislative intervention starting with the next budget law, on which we will organize legislative seminars with the staff in November to check its consistency.

The Anief demands were collected in three manifestos, specially created for the elections of September 25: they are precise demands, which in thirteen points want to lead to “building a fair school – underlines the trade unionist – which is based on the needs of the students and students begins. their problems, from the fight against inequalities and early school exchange, from the fight to have full-time and to guarantee the right to inclusion, from the fight for the improvement of teaching. For this reason, we are now proclaiming the state of agitation of all employees , also to the often forgotten ATA staff, for whom we have drawn up a concrete manifesto in six points. , to build a fair school, not only during the election campaign, but also with the budget law of the new legislature. “.


“I dream of a nation where you don’t have to have a CGIL card to be a good teacher,” said Giorgia Meloni (Brothers of Italy); “In other countries there is no summer break of three months, but the breaks are spread over the course of the year and therefore it is necessary to review the time spent at school”, repeated Matteo Salvini (Lega); “Yesterday I went to visit a school where two of my grandchildren go, and right in their classroom, an intelligent-looking boy stood up from the back row and said to me, ‘Mr. President, what is freedom to you?'” Story by Silvio Berlusconi (Forza Italia); “We have to extend the compulsory schooling to 3 years with kindergarten and extend it to 18 years,” explained Enrico Letta (Democratic Party); For Giuseppe Conte (M5S) “there is no aspect to improve, they all must be improved”, so just chicken coop classes and low salaries for teachers, rethink buildings and school programs from a green perspective; “Our proposal to bring compulsory schooling to 18 arises from the evaluation of the level of preparation of our students at the end of the second cycle of studies: the degree of unpreparedness is 44%, more than double the European average,” he said Carlo Calendar (action).

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