AFRAGOLA, 20 MAY – “I am very worried about school and children in light of the latest Save the Children report which documents that 51% of students today have difficulty understanding a written text. This is really a problematic and worrying thing, and therefore what we have to do is a greater investment in children and schools and we must also go forward with funds from the NRP to give a huge boost to school projects, training and structures “. This was said by the President of the Chamber Roberto Fico, at the end of his speech at the Brunelleschi high school in Afragola (Naples) where he spoke at a conference promoted by the Anpi of North Naples. An intervention entirely focused on the value of the public school “the very essence of the Constitution from which it derives”. From Fico also an applause to the young people present, over two hundred, who covered the school with signs on environmental issues: “I saw your beautiful plastic free signs – said Fico – your generation has had an environmental education of which ours does not he enjoyed and I am sure that one day you will be able to enjoy clean cities, where you can play sports in safety, using renewable energies “. “(ANSA).