Giovedì, 20 Settembre 2018
ROME

Italian cabinet passes education law decree

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Rome, September 9 - The Italian cabinet approved on
Monday a law decree presented by Education Minister Chiara
Carrozza.
"With this measure, 27,000 substitute teachers will be
hired as full-time. Then there is a three-year plan to employ
69,000 teachers," Carrozza said.
"In a moment of crisis like this one, the government is
giving an important signal," Carozza added.
Premier Enrico Letta said the law decree also contained a
new norm that extends the validity of foreign student visas to
the end of the students' study programmes.
The new measure also creates a system for loaning textbooks
and digital study materials to students from low income
families.
The decree also facilitates school construction and repair
by allowing regional governments to access 30-year loans with
the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Italian State lender
Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP).
Forty million euros per year starting from 2014 were
allocated for the purpose.
A total of 100 million euros, beginning with 15 million in
2014, are to go to university scholarship funds to be awarded on
the basis of student merit.

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