He calls Draghi: ‘The president remains’. The voices of the school

The open letter launched by Tuttoscuola (read it here) in a few hours has reached thousands of adherents. Associations, unions, experts, teachers and directors they ask Draghi to stay. Among the signatories are also many authorized representatives of unions, associations, experts in the education sector and many teachers and school principals, but also parents and grandparents. The document is still open to other subscriptions (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdjAZWxasmEVVaoDBrWnpVhzaaDQ0RXFagv0kJQHIB75fZamg/viewform).

We reiterate that not all government options can be shared and that Tuttoscuola, for example, was the first to criticize the lack of introduction of the teaching career, but the truth is that the moment our country is living is really difficult. and that we would like more instability to be avoided.

Below are the most significant comments left by subscribers to the call launched by Tuttoscuola.

“President Draghi, our school and our young people need stability to be able to plan and build together a possible and achievable future. In this time of great crisis, which we are going through as Italians and as European citizens of the world, I ask you, with respect, to withdraw your resignation and the need for constant and continuous action over time for which we need stability and reliability. that only you can guarantee! continue to pursue the goals of his mandate, for the good of our young people and for the good of the whole country. Thanks”.
Maria Teresa Furci, director

“The school needs constant and continuous actions over time for this we need stability and reliability that only you can guarantee.”
Maria Cristina Mussoni, kindergarten teacher

“The school is the future, we use the PNRR money well to seriously invest in reforms and improve it.”
Laura Francesio, professor

“I gladly support this initiative, because it is important, in this historical period, that a figure of caliber, serious and competent, like President Draghi, remain at the head of our country.”
Piera Maltoni, professor

“We live in a time that demands responsibility. We must be witnesses to this need. Less than ten months of hard work to keep the “Italian boat” on track. Thanks”.
Maurizio Novak, professor

“The distinguished president of the Comsiglio Mario Draghi continues to rule us. The country, Italy, the Italians need minds like yours, Responsibility and Competence, facts and not gossip! Thank you. A simple teacher, dedicated to secondary education in the mountains that runs the risk of becoming extinct … ”.
Rosanna Danzi, professor

“President Draghi’s authority is the best guarantee to continue to improve our education and training system.”
Anna Maria Ajello, former president of Invalsi, professor of developmental and educational psychology at Sapienza University in Rome

“Dear President Draghi, I understand your great inconvenience at having to oppose culturally (and politically) those who sit in Parliament today – a significant percentage of MPs are without any requirements – and who, on the other hand, deserve sit in other less institutional places, but certainly useful! At this historic moment, those who care about the fate of Italy, those who love their country, those who look after the interests of their country and not their small political gains by calling elections “So I invite you not to give up, but to RESIST knowing that history is made by men, their ideas, their choices, their recklessness.”
Rosolino Cicero, president of Ancodis

“I have always believed in Draghi’s skills and I am proud that our country is ruled by a person so loved in Europe and worldwide. I think it’s right that he continues his work, especially in this delicate phase “.
Maria Antonietta Natarelli, teacher

“This is not the time for demagoguery or the election campaign. It is the age of commitment and pragmatism. The country is waiting for answers, families are waiting for answers. Companies are waiting for answers to produce and offer jobs. Those who row against the government are out of touch. he remains in his position as president ”.
Paola Pecci, teacher

“Dear Prime Minister, the school must continue and complete the reforms and investments that you and your government have made with the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. But most of all, they need the determination and courage essential to the change and the innovation you wanted.Without her there would have been no resumption in the presence of teaching activity or a normalcy in the State Competitions.The school had and needs this.The students – our young people – need the your example, your attention to schools and institutions ”.
Elena Centemero, full professor

“The experience, professionalism and competence of the Prime Minister shows that ours is a country that needs little politicians to move in the wave of votes and consensus, but people like Dragi who is able to carry out projects and reforms that Italy has been orphaned for too many years ”.
Stefania Ciampa, DSGA

“A crisis right now would be detrimental, so the president should make one more effort and stay for the good of all.”
Caterina Muntoni, retired teacher

“I agree that his figure of authority must remain so that the country has a chance to rise from the abyss where it fell, after years of disastrous elections by previous governments. I also understand that the enormous sacrifice we ask of you is certainly not a trivial matter to sit at tables with figures of dubious ability and reliability.
Gabriella Pitone, teacher

“I would like to add that leaving now would be a very irresponsible act. We need to set an example to lead. know how to carry out their choices, especially when they have been made with conviction and accept the consequences. Leaving a process unfinished is absolutely uneducating and detrimental to an entire community. Thanks”
Maria Napoli, support teacher

“As a father, vice president of a parents’ association, I sign this call. Italy needs stability and secure leadership in government. Dear President Draghi, you have by your side the vast majority of Italians! You will not disappoint us! “
Chiara Crivelli, vice president of AGE Verona

“All the people who care about the future and the prestige of this country are doing their duty in their own way. Do not throw in the towel, stay at the head of the government.
Luciano Nisticò

“It’s time for responsibility: the spontaneous invitation of Italians to remain in government proves it and shows how far politics is from Italians …”.
Luisa Merello, teacher

“My experience at school (after 41 years) ends on August 31, 2022, I had enough time to live the importance of school, the difficulties of our education system and the importance of reorganizing the beginning of the new course. It would be really a big problem to interrupt the performance of this executive, not to mention the small figure we make for not recognizing the stature of the statesman who runs it, worthy of the utmost esteem and trust (light years from whoever had the courage to abstain from voting). Stay President Draghi! “
Ambrosina Putaturo, professor


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