(ANSA) - ROME, JAN 21 - Students and workers in flash mob in front of the Ministry of Education this morning, to remember the boys who died in Alternanza and to disseminate investigative data on Pcto: "Lorenzo Parelli died a year ago, today nothing has changed.
This is not it's school and it's not work," they punctuated.
This morning the Lazio Student Network and the Fiom of Rome and Lazio returned to the ministry on the occasion of the anniversary of the death of Lorenzo Parelli.
The student union and the workers union denounce that after the death of the student, which occurred last year during an internship in a company, nothing has changed.
Data from a student union survey involving a sample of 1,500 upper three-year students in the Region, around 1% of the total of students involved in PCTO courses, have also been made public.
For 58.2% of male and female students, courses on safety are useless and of little use, for 69.5% the school does not teach labor rights, while 52.2% believe that their Pcto experience is not inherent in the own study path.
"Neither Minister Bianchi nor the new Minister Valditara took an interest in the issue. The deaths of Lorenzo Parelli, Giuseppe Lenoci and Giuliano De Seta - exponents of the Network and Fiom denounce - did not help to interest the Ministry and the Government in the issue. From the Meloni Government we see no interest in the former school-work alternation".