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Maturity, the constitutionalist Marini: “with a student CV there is a risk of class effects”

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May 6, 2021

The curriculum vitae of the student who this year will debut at the state exam of the second cycle “risks producing class effects”. The delegation law 107 of 2015, governed by legislative decree 62 of 2017, and operational from 2 April 2021 by ministerial decree, (announced in September 2020), “did not provide for a deadline for the adoption of the decree, nor a transitory discipline introductory of the necessary provisions that would have allowed everyone, that is, the capable and deserving, to increase the CV “. The constitutionalist Francesco Saverio Marini, full professor of ‘Public Law Institutions’ at the University of Rome, Tor Vergata, talks about it with Adnkronos. Will the graduates of this year lose out? “Certainly those who do not have economic capacity will be penalized by the law. The examination commissions will therefore have to try to remedy it by giving it a non-class, common sense interpretation”, replies Marini. And in the future? “It is the obligation of the State, according to the provisions of article 34 of the Constitution, to allow all incapable and deserving to have access to the best and highest votes, regardless of economic conditions. Otherwise, an effect is produced that is contrary to the Constitution “. According to the Constitutionalist, the introduction of the CV during the year” is certainly not responsible for the Ministry of Education: the decree was announced in September by Minister Azzolina, it went into effect in April. The Ministry could not do it. other because the law does not foresee a period of months or years for its adoption. Therefore the law entered into force when it was implemented by ministerial decree. The error – notes the constitutionalist – if anything is in the law delegation and in the legislative decree of 2017, which could have provided for a transitory discipline. Moreover, the changes to the state tests, apart from extraordinary cases such as pandemic, must be introduced with a large margin in advance, to protect the candidate, who cannot find himself at the last with rules different from what was originally prepared “.” I am convinced that the introduction of the CV allows a broader evaluation of the candidates and the subsequent placement in the world of work facilitates – observes the Tor Vergata professor – But the real theme is one: the enhancement of extra-curricular activities must not strengthen the social barriers that already exist. Indeed, the State must operate in the opposite direction to fully implement the constitutional provision according to which: ‘The school is open to all “and” The capable and deserving, even if without means, have the right to reach the highest grades of studies … ‘”. To conclude?” From now on, the State must intervene, in fulfillment of a precise constitutional duty, in order to guarantee the strengthening of the CVs of the most deserving students, but lacking the financial resources necessary for courses and diplomas extracurricular “. (by Roberta Lanzara)