Dear-life, the chairs are open: School alarm

Dear-life, the chairs are open: School alarm

The last chronologically relevant example comes from the fieldemilia romagna, which is currently looking to add teachers to permanent roles, but unfortunately face considerable difficulty in finding such figures. This situation is exacerbated by the effect of the rising cost of living, which is called “dear life“, which is affecting the Italian population in general. This phenomenon is leading many teachers to prefer to remain as substitute teachers in southern Italy, closer to their homes, rather than face the path of obtaining permanent professorships in the central-northern regions.

Quick Call: What is it and how can it help

In an attempt to address this problem, this process was called “quick call”, This process allows teachers from their home region or province to more quickly access permanent roles in other regions. However, the results obtained in Emilia Romagna have not been only positive. 17 teachers out of a total of 2,137 places available They were successful in taking advantage of this opportunity. Of these positions, 1,861 are dedicated to assisting with teaching.

The situation is not very different in Lombardy, where more than 2,600 places have become available, but only a small number, only a hundred applications, have responded to this call.

Who is stopping the teachers movement

Undoubtedly, the ‘cost of living’ effect is having a significant impact on the decisions of prospective teachers. salaries that float around 1.200-1.300 Euro, especially in large cities, are inadequate, especially given the ever-increasing rental costs. This particular economic scenario is playing a significant role in influencing the career choices of teachers.

Furthermore, the trade union, which has always been paying attention to the issue, highlights another factor that limits teachers’ mobility: the regulatory hurdles associated with it. ability to move from place to place (With a few exceptions, there is typically a three-year waiting period before requesting a transfer). This regulatory hurdle contributes to maintaining many vacant positions in northern regions without full professorships, forcing these chairs to be filled by substitute teachers.

Given this situation, it is inevitable that year after year the number of professorships left without a permanent teacher increases, and as a result the system has to rely on substitute teachers. Based on this phenomenon, trade unions estimate that there will be a significant number of substitute teachers in the period 2023/24, reaching around 200,000 professionals engaged in this type of employment.

Teachers’ three-year commitment: what they must comply with

It is important to underline that for teachers starting from the 2023/24 school year, certain mobility restrictions established by the PA decree published in the Official Gazette on 22 April 2023 are in force. These restrictions are intended to regulate the mobility of teachers within the Italian school system. The main restrictions are as follows:

  • Permanence in Recruitment School: Newly hired teachers must remain at the school where they were recruited (where they spend their probationary period), as well as in the same type of position or competing class, for a period of three years. This period also includes the trial year. Therefore, teachers will be able to apply for transfer only after the lapse of the above three years. It is important to note that this restriction does not apply in the event of redundancy or redundancy and does not apply to teachers with severe disabilities or providing assistance to persons with severe disabilities. In these cases, the restriction is exceeded if the disability occurs after the deadline for submitting applications for participation in the competition.
  • Application for Provisional Assignment: During the three-year blockade, newly appointed teachers still have the possibility to submit applications for temporary assignment and/or use in the province of ownership. This allows them to seek opportunities to relocate to the same province in which they were hired, while respecting the constraints of the job type or competing class.
  • Substitutions for the various competition classes: During the three-year lock-in period, newly appointed teachers may accept substitutes for competition classes or other types of posts other than their post, up to June 30 and August 31, but only if they satisfy the conditions necessary for such substitute. Be

Valditara’s hypothesis

In recent stages, the Minister for Education and Qualifications, Giuseppe Valditara, The issue of difficulties relating to the mobility of teachers was actively addressed. One of the hypotheses he put forward was related to the implementation of new forms of financing or support. Increase the size of professors’ salaries. The proposal was intended to make the prospect of relocating from home more attractive, especially in distant places, to fill vacant professorships on a permanent basis.

However, the proposal generated a heated debate within the school world with differing opinions. On the one hand, there were those who saw this initiative as a possible solution to encourage teachers to consider transfers to different regions, to ensure better distribution of human resources and to meet staff shortages. .

On the other hand, there were doubts and concerns regarding the practical implementation of this proposal. Some may fear that an approach based only on wage growth may not be sufficient to offset the burden of relocation, especially given the cost of living in some of the more expensive areas.

However, at present, this proposal has been shelved, indicating that complex dynamics and divergent opinions within academia can make it difficult to adopt new policies or measures.

opening of tender

Among upcoming recruitment initiatives, the announcement of the opening of Announcement of extraordinary competition TER (3rd edition) in Vidyalaya, whose purpose is to select uncertain teachers. This competition is an integral part of the measures to strengthen the workforce, as outlined in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR). The goal is to integrate the teaching staff by bringing about 30,000 teachers into service.

Applications for this competition are open to precarious workers who have held a teaching role for at least three of the last five years. In addition, having at least 30 University Credits (CFU) is a mandatory requirement in order to participate. However, it is envisaged that the candidates who qualify the competition will have to obtain an additional 30 credits.

The bells for various regions will go off on September 11.

Looking forward to the start of the new school year. This bell will mark the start of educational activities in these areas on 11th September, 2023 Piedmont, Trentino and Valle d’Aosta, giving the official start to the lessons. Young Lombard students would resume their activities the next day, 12 September. 13 September will represent a return to orbit in a variety of areas including Abruzzo, Basilicata, Campania, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Marche, Sicily, Umbria and Veneto. for regional students Calabria, Liguria, Molise, Puglia and Sardiniascheduled for return 14 September, l’Emilia Romagna, Tuscany and Lazio end of the school year 15 SeptemberWhen young people go back to school.





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