After the Invalsi controversy on the mass filing of fragile students, the decalogue by Prof Aldo D. Ficara is back up

After the news concerning Invalsi and precisely the possible existence of a mass filing of fragile students, the decalogue of Prof Aldo Domenico Ficara is back more current than ever where in point 3 the elimination of the Invalsi tests is hoped for.

The problem of a possible mass filing of fragile students is highlighted in an article published on the Roars website ( ) where it is written that “Invalsi is sending the codes that allow the value of the indicator of fragility to be associated with each student’s file. The Invalsi President also reveals that parents are kept in the dark about the fragility stamp attached to their children.

The Invalsi algorithm “objectively” establishes for millions of students a condition of scholastic fragility that Ricci compares to a physical condition: “In other words: if I have certain physical characteristics, I am exposed to certain risks”.

Even the Corriere della Sera ( ) on the same subject he writes; “ according to Roars «in fact, mass profiling is being carried out to identify early the students who are most exposed to the risks associated with school failure.

Families are receiving some kind of hardship certification (level 1 or 2 or potential hardship) for all students who fail the tests. The sticker is earned if one falls into the queue of the worst in carrying out tests, the content of which is not known to anyone, except the student who took the test and those who corrected it (semi-automatically).

For families whose children will be registered by Invalsi – according to Roars – this time there will be no interviews to book, clarification emails to write or meetings with teachers to understand: teachers are the first not to know the test carried out by their students So I can’t argue with anything.”

In this regard, we recall the 10 points of the decalogue by Aldo Domenico Ficara:

1. Increase in teachers’ salaries of at least 500 euros net per month, to bring it closer to that of European colleagues;

2. Reduction of the bureaucratic load of teachers in favor of their teaching and methodological activities;

3. Elimination of INVALSI;

4. Give back to the Academic Board the possibility of appointing the Deputy Vice Dean;

5. Double the Renzian bonus of 500 euros;

6. Reduce weekly class workload to 9 hours after age 62;

7. Give teachers the possibility, every 10 years of service in school administration roles, to take advantage of a paid sabbatical year useful for documented professional updating (within their class of competition);

8. Return of the 2013 working year

9. Free redemption of university years;

10. Flexibility to leave the world of work starting from the age of 64 without any type of reduction in the pension.

After the Invalsi controversy on the mass filing of fragile students, the decalogue by Prof Aldo D. Ficara is back up-to-date