For the National Association of Principals, it is necessary to “complete the vaccination operation in the school world, both as regards school operators and children, where possible, aged 12/13 and up”
Rome – The day after the merciless picture offered by the Invalsi survey on the damage caused by distance learning in the last two school years, the world of school, politics and trade unions take stock of the situation to understand how it is possible to remedy and also to try to avoid the students other months in Dad when the school year resumes in September.
“The intention of the ministry has always been that of the school in the presence”, said today the holder of Education Patrizio Bianchi in the Senate, answering the question time, and his words were followed by an applause from the audience of senators. “When the second pandemic wave hit, we kept the younger children in school and kept the dad to a minimum. Yesterday’s Invalsi data show us that this insistence on presence proved us right“, he added. For his return in September, Bianchi clarified that he is awaiting the opinion of the Technical Scientific Committee.” As regards the vaccination plan – he said -, I believe that this plays a fundamental role and we are already very far ahead. . For the teaching staff we are close to 80%, with differences between the Regions. Obviously – he added – I appeal so that all children can be vaccinated. And these are also the considerations that we asked the CTS, from which we are awaiting the definitive act, this is the way in which we are dealing with the situation “.
For the National Association of Principals, led by Antonello Giannelli, it is necessary to “complete the vaccination operation in the school world, both as regards school operators, and in my opinion there are a number of them more limited than the two hundred thousand mentioned in recent days, and to make a great effort to vaccinate children , where possible, from 12/13 years up “. For Pino Turi, who leads the Uil school, “the general political evaluation in relation to measures to combat the pandemic and that linked to the protection of public health must lead to clear and non-discriminatory choices. Do we need to vaccinate everyone? a legal duty as well as a civic one “.
The FLC CGIL stigmatizes “the stalemate of the government and the Ministry of Education on schools”. The CISL school with Maddalena Gissi judges the Invalsi results to be inevitable “in a context marked by long periods of suspension of face-to-face activities, in which distance learning has proved to be only a partial remedy, despite the great effort put in place by the world of school”. For the Guild, the data emerging from the Invalsi Report must be an incentive to avoid Dad in the future. Also for the Undersecretary for Education Rossano Sasso (Lega) “we cannot afford to condemn the children to another year of distance learning, physical isolation and uncertainty “.