School System in Italy

The structure of the italian school system

primariaEducation is compulsory from the age of 6 with the requirement to attend training activities until the age of eighteen in order to improve young people’s cultural and professional growth. Such requirements can be satisfied in the school system, by combining school and training, in vocational training schools under regional supervision or through apprenticeship.

The requirement is in any case met by obtaining a high school diploma or a professional qualification.

PRIMARY SCHOOL

The major goal of primary school is achieving basic cultural literacy in the wider perspective of social education and the promotion of civil cohabitation.
Attendance in state schools is compulsory for children aged 6 to 11, but the requirement can be satisfied as well by attending private schools. In such cases the State has the right to check the acquisition of the different skills with final exams.

In Italian schools handicapped students can normally be included in classes. Regulations provide for teachers specialized in the field of disabilities to support normal class teachers during the activities.
Programs include the following subjects: Italian, English, mathematics, science, history and geography, social studies, music, art, technologies and computers, physical education, and catholic religion as an optional subject. Students are assessed on a regular basis and a final evaluation takes place at the end of every school year.

FIRST LEVEL SECONDARY SCHOOL

First level secondary school (middle school) consists of three years to give a common general preparation to students who completed primary school.

Teachers are responsible for adapting the teaching curriculum, drawn up by the Ministry, to local situations and the level of preparation of their students.
Subjects taught are: Italian, English, a second EU language, history, geography, mathematics, science, technology, computer, music, art, physical education, and catholic religion (optional).
Students are assessed at the end of each term and a final evaluation is conducted at the end of the school year.

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Teaching a False Ideal....

by The_Jeffersonian

Teaching a False Ideal
It begins in the school system. All modern authoritarian political movements have required recruitment of a disciplined, intellectual vanguard to proselytize the masses into accepting the authoritarian rule. This vanguard is recruited from the "best and brightest" minds of the nation involved. History shows how leading intellects of Europe used this strategy starting in the 1880's and 1890's to move Germany, Russia, and Italy into authoritarian political systems by the 1917-1930 period.
What history also shows is that the same thing has been going on in America for many decades, only on a more subtle level

I do hate NAZIs something fierce

by SmackMoronLibs

NAZIsm is Impossible without Liberalism. < SmackMoronLibs > 03/10 18:09:15
The false narrative that Liberalism provides, that an essentially NAZI entity that serves the Banksters is actually there to serve the little people, that it CAN be made to serve the little people, is absolutely ESSENTIAL to fool the Moron Sheeple and to render them incapable of seeing a NAZI system for what it actually is.
This is why Libtardism is a MENTAL DISORDER, Moron Libs.
Public teachers in Wisconsin ought to be viewed < SmackMoronLibs > 03/10 18:05:43
the same way you would have viewed German public school teachers who in 1942, were teaching their pupils that the German government was a good government that was there to serve the good of the German people, and that...

Pretty good! Fun smacking Libs around!

by SmackMoronLibs

NAZIsm is Impossible without Liberalism. < SmackMoronLibs > 03/10 18:09:15
The false narrative that Liberalism provides, that an essentially NAZI entity that serves the Banksters is actually there to serve the little people, that it CAN be made to serve the little people, is absolutely ESSENTIAL to fool the Moron Sheeple and to render them incapable of seeing a NAZI system for what it actually is.
This is why Libtardism is a MENTAL DISORDER, Moron Libs.
Public teachers in Wisconsin ought to be viewed < SmackMoronLibs > 03/10 18:05:43
the same way you would have viewed German public school teachers who in 1942, were teaching their pupils that the German government was a good government that was there to serve the good of the German people, and that...

This kinda shit's gotta stop

by ni

These days, data about people's whereabouts, purchases, behaviour and personal lives are gathered, stored and shared on a scale that no dictator of the old school ever thought possible. Most of the time, there is nothing obviously malign about this. Governments say they need to gather data to ward off terrorism or protect public health; corporations say they do it to deliver goods and services more efficiently. But the ubiquity of electronic data-gathering and processing—and above all, its acceptance by the public—is still astonishing, even compared with a decade ago. Nor is it confined to one region or political system

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FAQ

beanabug1
Culinary schools in Italy?

I would be interested in going to college in Italy. However, I'm looking for a serious culinary school that offers Baking & Pastry. It couldn't be anything geared toward tourists. Is there anything similar to say Culinary Institute of America (CIA) or Johnson & Wales (JWU) in Italy where I can earn a degree or the Italian equivalent? Thank you! I need the help.

In Italy you have to attend a five-year vocational school named "Istituto Professionale Alberghiero" in order to become a professional chef, sous-chef or maitre'd. There are 361 of them in the whole country, for some of which there is a long "waiting list" for would-be pupils.

Other than that, there are lots of culinary schools but they are all private and costly, and their qualifications are not recognized internationally.

Simar
Culinary school in Italy?

Has anbody heard of Italian institute of advanced culinary and pastry arts? I am planning to join their 3 month all inclusive course in January 2012. Could anybody tell me if it's any good and if it has any job prospects after that?

From what I see it's a trap for gullible foreign wannabe chefs. The website doesn't give you any explanation about the owners and the teachers, and it's definitedly NOT a school accredited by the Italian government.

Save your hard-earned cash for something more serious. In Italy real schools for chefs and catering professionals are called IPSSAR (Istituto Professionale di Stato per i Servizi Alberghieri e della Ristorazione) and definitely won't cost you an arm and a leg for tuition, though some of them have a lengthy waiting list...

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