Nearly 800 thousand euros have arrived between Imola and Castel San Pietro Terme to carry out actions to “prevent and combat early school exchanges”. This is the provision of a decree adopted in recent days by the Ministry of Education, which sets out the allocation of resources and the implementation of the investment funded by the European Union – Next Generation EU (Pnrr funds).
In detail, as far as Imola is concerned, 202,576 euros will be given to Paolini-Cassiano, while the Alberghetti will benefit from 182,216 euros. Funds are also coming to Scarabelli-Ghini, which can count on 124,444 euros. Not just high schools at the center of funding. In fact, 71,115 euros are provided, again in Imola, also for the primary school number 2 in via Cavour. Looking at the rest of the district, the amount for Scappi di Castel San Pietro instead is 209,978 euros.
In general, at the national level, millions have been allocated to the NRP to combat early school exchange. In particular, always looking at the country system, the implementation of support activities is planned for at least 470 thousand young people at risk of schooling (age group 12-18) and for at least 350 thousand young people who are already have fallen. from school (age group 18-24).
The intervention must guarantee: territorial and gender distribution; the introduction of a platform for mentoring and training activities available online to support the implementation of mentoring activities; coverage of the entire national territory, with particular attention to areas at risk (areas covered by the intervention are characterized by delays in education, low socio-economic levels of families and high levels of early school leaving; ).
Mentoring measures that overcome the goal of territorial gaps and inequalities in terms of equal access to education and success in education will particularly target schools and school situations where outbreak rates are higher due to this social condition. According to the timetable agreed with the European Union, the actions must be implemented by 2024.
The aim of the investment is to reach a school dropout rate in 2026 (ie young people aged 18-24 without at least a qualification) of 10.2%, ie the EU average in 2019.
Back to the narrowing of the field to Imola schools, a few days ago the news of the inclusion of some interventions dedicated to so many city institutes, and the work plan of over 100 million euros, of which about 30 million have already been completed are, updated in these days of the metropolitan city.
In the last budget amendment approved by the board of directors of the Palazzo Malvezzi body in Bologna, 1.3 million euros were allocated for the seismic improvement of the Scarabelli boarding school (part of the redevelopment project that has been talked about for years), as well as cooperation. Funds for the renewal of the green building modules for the Rambaldi Valeriani Lycée for the school year 20222023.
In this case, it is a package that includes several other institutions in the province of Bologna. If the figures of the recent past are respected to confirm the presence of four classrooms, however, about 50 thousand euros will be needed this year and the same amount in 2023.