Vol. 8 (2012): «Scuola. Riforme, sistemi educativi, insegnamento»
Moto uniformemente accelerato. Note per una storia delle riforme della scuola in Italia
Published December 27, 2012
How to Cite
Cellerino, M. (2012). Moto uniformemente accelerato. Note per una storia delle riforme della scuola in Italia. Storia Delle Donne, 8(1), 15-37. https://doi.org/10.13128/SDD-11889
AbstractMost countries in the industrialized world have recently undergone or are currently undergoing processes of reform of their school systems: the state-centered model which ruled education in the 20th century seems to have been replaced by a different pattern, one that conceives of schools as autonomous, self-administered centers of learning. In Italy, however, the shift to a system focussed on effectiveness, research and accountability appears to be more difficult than elsewhere, due to the peculiar features of the Italian cultural and political tradition. This paper sketches a brief history of school reforms in Italy, from the Fascist regime to the present day: by thus doing, it aims at providing some background information for the current debate on school reform, while attempting to shed some light on the critical issues of the day.
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