The workers point out to the union the most important problems that the next government must face: precarious work, compulsory education at the age of 18, more hours of weekly classes and revision of the support

There are over a thousand proposals collected by the union Anief about the actions implemented in the school area to propose political parties in view of the formation of the government that will result from the elections of September 25.

And the list of issues is very long – summarized in the “Anief Manifesto” sent to the political parties – that the staff for potential future deputies and senators, but above all the government majority, indicate.

The demands range from increasing resources and staff to stabilizing temporary workers by reintroducing the “dual channel” of recruitment; from the assignment of allowances for staff, starting with the risk and headquarters, to the mobility of workers without limitations, pensions, with early exit and “no” when returning to the “pure” Fornero law; from the reduction of students per class benefiting from the birth rate, to the expansion of all school skills with the beginning of a real career; of the training, which by law must always be paid, of the creation of jobs that are consistent with the updating activity, of an essay that draws the full attention of the workers’ representatives, of the simplification of the professional activities and the reduction of the bureaucracy in the school. There are those who ask to reorganize the guidance for access to high school, also to reduce the spring, to intervene in inclusion, school management and autonomy, which did not bring the desired results.

“We thank the many colleagues who responded to our invitation to report on the priorities for political parties in view of the political elections in September – he says Marcello Pacifico, National President Anief – and as a union we recognize the many needs to be addressed. Certainly, including those who bring the school obligation to 18 years and until the end of the studies, have aroused great interest. As well as the need to restore the former school period to the dimension that the Gelmini reform wanted: in this sense, four weekly newspapers must be added in each school order and school year. New disciplines can also be introduced, starting with those reported to Anief: digital, foreign languages, law, music and others. The choice is wide”.

Pacifico recalls that there is also “another important priority that will be addressed in October: this was also indicated to us by many teachers in Ata: the reform on the support for disabled students, with regulatory interventions on the staff and the Derogation (to be converted into vacancies) all the effects), as well as on certifications, on the determination of the IEP and of the hours assigned to each student with a certified disability These are just a few issues. We invite the parties to come to the merits of each one, because this time the Italians will be very careful to understand who only stops at the headlines and the production of slogans”, concludes the independent trade unionist.

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