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  • Italy: Minister for Education Giannini: “Teachers specifically to teach Italian to the children of immigrants”

    “Non possiamo trascurare che la lingua deve essere uno strumento di integrazione, per questo istituiremo una nuova classe di concorso per formare docenti che insegnino l’italiano come seconda lingua ai bambini figli di immigrati”, dice il ministro Stefania Giannini agli Stati generali della lingua italiana nel mondo organizzati dalla Farnesina a Palazzo Vecchio. Il ministro annuncia dunque un’altra novità della […]
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  • Italy: Foreign children in Italian schools – the SIPPS is a resource for the younger generation

    The Italian school is increasingly multiracial. A large number of children who are present in the classrooms of our cities, from north to south, from kindergarten to high school. And this, according to the Italian Society of Preventive and Social Paediatrics, can only enrich the Italian children. “Multiculturalism – says the president of the SIPPS, Drs. Joseph Di Mauro – is a great resource, not a […]
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  • Italy: Ministry of Education establishes a National Observatory for the integration of foreign students

    A National Observatory for the integration of foreign students and interculturalism has been established by special decree by the Minister of Education, University and Research, Stefania Giannini.  It aims to identify solutions to implement effective integration policies in schools according to the real needs of an increasingly multicultural society and in constant transformation. The Observatory will be consultative and proactive.  In particular, […]
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  • In Italy, the achievement gap between native and migrant students is decreasing

    A recent study by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research has published promising findings on narrowing the achievement gap between native and migrant students without Italian citizenship. Education outcomes, particularly of second generation migrants, are continuously improving. The study also highlights that the numbers of migrant students enroled in higher secondary education have continuously increased in the past […]
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