The fate of Saman in denouncing a ruthless subculture turns the spotlight again on a certain type of atavistic violence of man towards women beyond the laws and emancipation “also tearing the veil of hypocrisy that too often surrounds these facts: many members of a certain left have been reluctant to take a clear position, contrary to what has been done on other occasions. That said, respect for women, the repudiation of all forms of discrimination, the fight against gender violence are taught above all in family”. Undersecretary for Education Rossano Sasso says this to Adnkronos, stating: “Unfortunately, even in our country there are still pockets of decay, of subculture in which the female figure is perceived in a distorted way and relegated to the margins, humiliated. All this is unacceptable. and in clear contrast with any constitutional, civil and common sense principle: it must be extremely clear even for those who come from cultures other than ours “. The Ministry of Education “has launched many initiatives to involve all school communities: from the National Education to Respect Plan to training projects for teachers, from competitions open to the participation of all schools to the 6 million euros provided for specific Pon projects. . Without forgetting that citizenship education activities are among the initiatives for schools open in the summer financed with a good 510 million “. Against the risk of dropping out of school “there is a very precious work that is carried out in everyday life by the local school offices, managers and teachers: dialogue with families, support, monitoring, also in collaboration with local institutions and social workers. It is a fundamental commitment to identify critical situations and promote support actions for girls and girls who find themselves in difficulty – he adds – There is no doubt that there are realities that are more difficult to manage due to their social composition and territorial complexity. pandemic, with the forced recourse to distance learning, did not help those who find a safe haven in the school, an oasis of serenity. For this reason the Ministry, in the support measures that have taken place in this first part of the year, has chosen to allocate specific resources to the regions where the data on early school leaving are more severe: Southern Italy and internal areas of the country n particular “. The data on early school leaving “clearly show that students born abroad or born in Italy but from foreign families have a better chance of leaving their studies: in upper secondary school, just to give an example, the incidence of the rate dropout rate is about three times that of Italian students – reports Sasso – The same data, however, tell us that it is mainly boys who drop out of school compared to girls. The numbers on the incidence of the pandemic on this phenomenon, on the other hand, they are still being worked on, but fortunately they shouldn’t deliver the dreaded dropout boom. ” the intention is to protect, starting from the school, these girls who claim their right to Italy “by investing financial and human resources, because the school is the place par excellence open to all and all. And then by strengthening the collaboration with institutions involved in various ways in the educational, social and formative dynamics of the territories. True integration is achieved only if the listening and support network is cohesive and does not show any stretch marks. In this way it is really possible to leave no one behind “. (by Roberta Lanzara)
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