“No one has ever said that digital teaching can or should replace face-to-face teaching. The conceptual and concrete configuration of ‘distance’ activity represents a challenge and at the same time an opportunity, complementary to face-to-face teaching”. Education Minister Lucia Azzolina said this during the hearing in the Senate Culture Committee.
The “school has never left schoolgirls and students,” added the minister. “The emergency has also made the 10-year problems of the education system re-emerge with force, which prompted us to take immediate action, to respond to the crisis, and which now call for further interventions that already look to the future. We want to digitize the school and do it quickly We have allocated over 400 million euros, increasing them from the initial 200, to enhance the connectivity of schools by bringing them to institutions “.
The “school has never abandoned the students and the students”, added Azzolina, adding: “The emergency also forcefully re-emerged ten-year problems of the education system that pushed us to immediate interventions, to react to the crisis, and which now call for further interventions that already look to the future. We want to digitize the school and do it quickly. We have allocated over 400 million euros, increasing from the initial 200, to enhance the connectivity of the schools by bringing them to the institutions “.
As for the University, Minister Gaetano Manfedi told Rtl 102.5 that “the number of places available has been increased, 1,500 more than last year, making the most of the training capacity, considering both Medicine and the health professions, it’s the best we can do with the number of teachers and facilities available. 10 new degree courses in Medicine have also been opened in different Italian areas “.
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