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Title: Educational poverty and participatory communities: local map of childcare and local development. Paper
Authors: Luisi, Daniela
Keywords: Aspetto demografico
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Issue Date: 26-Mar-2021
Citation: Luisi D. (2021), Educational poverty and participatory communities: local map of childcare and local development, Intervento a "REPS 2021, VIII Congreso Red española de política social", 15-17 marzo <>
Abstract: In Italy, Inner Areas cover almost 60% of the whole national territory, hosting nearly 23% of national population and approximately 53% of Italy’s municipalities (DPS, 2013). In the last 40 years the Italian population has grown by 10 %, while in several inner area’s population has decreased by as much as 30% (DPS, 2013). This article wants to present the evidences of educational poverty and innovations experienced in these territories. The school in these areas is at the same time a field of didactic experimentation and innovation (multiclass, nursery school in the forest, horizontal didactic cooperation) and civic center (often school buildings are a shared asset and are also used beyond the teaching).
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