Improving excellence with financial incentives for students: circulars and consent forms to publish data

The subject of the improvement of excellence was introduced in our school by the law 1 of the 11 of January of 2007 and, after an experimental phase, is governed now by the legislative decree 262, of 29 December 2007. This national honor roll is intended to include the names of deserving students and is published at www.indire.it/eccenze (Circular 18 of 28 January 2008).

Stimulate and widely increase students’ interest in achieving a higher level of cultural and professional training

Economic incentives granted to students who have achieved levels of excellence in school are not subject to any tax regime as these incentives pursue the general interest purpose of stimulating and broadening students ’interest. to achieve a higher level of cultural and professional training. Agency Resolution 280 / E of 25 November 2009).

Who is awarded to high schools?

At the end of the school year and after the publication of the data relating to the state examinations for the second year of primary school, the Ministry rewards the secondary schools of the second degree, both state and equal:

  • students with a score of 100 with honors enrollment on the state exam;
  • the winning students of the national and international competitions listed in the annual program for the improvement of excellence.

The types of incentives

Financial resources go to schools that reward students with one of the following incentives:

  • educational trips and visits to specialized centers;
  • economic benefits;
  • participation in training initiatives organized by national science centers with a focus on the quality of school education;
  • benefits and accreditations for access to libraries, museums, institutes and places of culture;
  • admission to training internships;
  • other forms of incentive according to agreements and conventions established with public and private subjects.

The national register of excellence

The National Institute for Documentation, Innovation and Educational Research (Indire) publishes and updates the names of deserving students on the National Register of Excellence on its website each year. In order to promote excellent students, it is essential that schools know how to involve their students in high-quality study itineraries and offer them opportunities to deepen their individual preparation and comparison with other national and international schools. The promotion of excellence – we read on the website of the Ministry of Education, can also be an opportunity for professional enrichment for teachers, and encourage dialogue and cooperation between school teachers, researchers and university professors, technicians-professionals, promoters of the different confrontation events. Year after year, the empowerment of excellence can offer concrete examples of recognition of merit, affirmation of the culture of comparison and research towards the improvement of academic results.

Legislation and economic resources

Ministerial Decree no. 152, of October 27, 2020, defines the annual program for the improvement of excellence for the school year 2020/2021, in order to identify initiatives and methods for recognizing levels of excellence · Achieved by high school, state and parity students; in particular, article 5 of the aforementioned ministerial decree which establishes the modalities for the distribution of economic resources between the prizes for students who obtain the grade of 100 praises in the state exam and the prizes for second-year high school students who achieve high results in the examinations listed in table A relating to the 2020/2021 school year; the directorial decree n. 1796, of 8 October 2021, which determines the amount to be paid as an incentive to students who have obtained the baccalaureate degree in the 2020/2021 school year with a grade of 100 and enrollment and resources economic corresponding to the County School. Offices;

Decree 695 of March 22, 2022 of the MI

The powers listed in Ministerial Decree no. 152, of 27 October 2020, of the Ministry of Education, are divided into five bands according to the requirements established in the brochure referred to in the annex. The maximum numbers of beneficiary students for each competition, or competition section, are determined as follows. For individual competitions or competition sections:

  • up to 60 students for each contest in parentheses “A”;
  • up to 30 students for each contest in parentheses “B”;
  • up to 20 students for each contest in parentheses “C”;
  • up to 10 students for each competition in the “D” parenthesis;
  • up to 10 students for each contest in “E” parentheses.

The competition for groups

For contests, or sections of contests, for groups:

  • up to 60 students for each contest in parentheses “A”;
  • up to 30 students for each contest in parentheses “B”;
  • up to 20 students for each contest in parentheses “C”;
  • up to 10 students for each competition in the “D” parenthesis;
  • up to 10 students for each contest in parentheses “E”.

Notwithstanding the fact that the beneficiaries include all the students who are placed ex-aequo in the respective merit rankings and, in these cases, the number of beneficiaries of a competition may exceed the maximum amount indicated above. In addition to these maximum amounts, students who have won prizes in an official international Olympics, in which each country participates with a fixed number of national representatives, are considered.

CIRCULAR CONSENT TO THE POSSIBLE PUBLICATION IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF EXCELLENCES

CONSENT FORM FOR THE PUBLICATION OF THE REGISTER OF EXCELLENCES

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