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Secondary education in Italy by Giovanni Pedrini

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ISBN 109287127905
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This book was much better. It is the 7 year story of an Englishman and his Italian wife raising their children in Italy. It involves the education of Tim Parks in all ways Italian, as well as the education of his two children, Michele and Sofi. It was like being a fly on the wall o/5. Italy Guide: Secondary school in Italy, School types and curricula: Attendance at lower secondary school is. School types and curricula: Attendance at lower secondary school is compulsory for all children between the ages of 11 and At the age of 14, students must make a . by Krisnel Nosari I.S. “” Mantua Italy. THE ITALIAN SCHOOL SYSTEM. Education in Italyis compulsory from 6- 15/16 years of age, and is divided into five stages: pre-school (scuola materna), elementary school (scuolaelementare), middle school (scuola media), high school (scuola superiore) and university (università). Education in Italy. Free state education is available to children of all nationalities who are resident in Italy. Children attending the Italian education system can start with the Scuola dell'Infanzia also known as Scuola Materna (nursery school), which is non-compulsory, from the age of three.

After completing the higher secondary school, students must pass another exam in order to receive their Diploma di Maturità. Once they have their diplomas, they either begin their careers in their professions or move on to the University. Universities in Italy. Italy has 61 state universities and 15 private. Structurally, they all follow what is considered the now stardardized European model, with a primary course of . Ministry of Education Guyana ELIMINATING ILLITERACY, MODERNIZING EDUCATION & STREGHTENING TOLERANCE Email Us: [email protected] Phone Numbers: / Missing: Italy.   Italy is still well above average: indeed, education and training system dropout has increased in the last two years, reaching % in This is why our country continues to rank last in terms of numbers of Neet, young people who do not study and are not employed: in they were up to %, compared to a European average of %. Find out Bachelor of Education in Secondary Education (Italian) (Major) Fees Details, Schedule, Course Duration and Contact Details Offered by Reputed and Approved Universities.

Italy Secondary Education. Secondary schools (Scuola Secundaria) are divided into lower and upper secondary education. Lower secondary or middle school is compulsory, lasts three years, and is for students to years-old. In there were 9, lower secondary school with approximately 2,, students and , teachers. Elementary and Secondary Education The Current System The difference between elementary and secondary education in Italy is less clear than in the US since the Italian school system is currently divided into three levels. The first, scuola elementare, begins at age six and lasts for five years. Upon completion, students move on to the scuola media. Secondary education. According to law 53/ secondary education is made up of the following two levels of education: the ‘first-level secondary school’ (scuola secondaria di I grado) corresponding to the lower secondary level (ISCED 2); the ‘second cycle of education’ (secondo ciclo di istruzione), which corresponds to the upper secondary level (ISCED 3) and offers the following two options. For ages three to five, the scuola materna provides optional education for children and every child is entitled to a place. It is not obligatory for a child to attend preschool but most parents enrol their children in a scuola materna. Preschool in Italy is free except in private schools. School in.