High schools continue to be preferred by over half of the students who have to choose secondary school, with 55.63% of applications out of the total enrolments.
Technical and professional institutes show a growing trend: the former account for 31.66% (against 30.9% last year) and the latter 12.72% (against 12.1% last year) of enrolments .
These are the data with which online registrations for the 2024/2025 school year closed on 10 February on the unica.editore.gov.it platform.
There are two new features: the start of testing of the "4+2" professional technical supply chain, with 1,669 enrolments, and
the new "Made in Italy" high schools with 375 enrolments
"The 4+2 chain - said the Minister of Education and Merit, Giuseppe Valditara - has registered significant interest from families, it is an important and not obvious result.
From September, students will be able to count on a path and highly innovative programs and greater synergy with the productive world. Made in Italy is the new training offer put in place by high schools that already had the Human Sciences - Economic-social option active, designed for training aimed at enhancing the Italian excellence recognized at an international level. An option that from next year will be able to be strengthened in the context of more traditional high schools. It is important", continues Valditara, "to have expanded the training offer available to Italian students by meeting the needs and new challenges of the world of work, it is the right path to a successful school for our children."
The families showed a "considerable appreciation - explains the note from Viale Trastevere - for the new Unica platform, for the simplicity and speed of the procedures even from a mobile device: approximately 92% of users stated that they considered the functioning of the service offered efficient, while 93% of them appreciated the simplicity of using the service".
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