Have you ever heard of Neet? is the English acronym for “Neither in Employment nor in Education or Training”, And refers to teenagers that Not I am committed in studynor in the work nor in any other type of professional training.
The term drop-out instead it means “fallen out”, And refers to children who drop out of school before having completed a diploma or one Graduation. With the expression “school dropout”Refers to all forms of abandonment of education and training before completion of education secondary higher or its equivalent in professional training.
Early School Leaving: Social and Family Environment
There dispersion it is a very serious problem that not only signals the academic difficulty of the minor but a wider discomfort that often concerns thesocial environment And familiar in which you live. The non-response of the education system it is often fatal. L’school failure in turn can engage a series of negative consequences on the present and the future of the young person who finds himself with a wealth of skills, tools and abilities that are often inadequate to face an increasingly difficult labor market and complexity of life. In this sense to be drop-out today means having, in futuremore likely to encounter difficulty in finding work, to exercise less effort in actively determining one’s life (fatalism, demotivation, waiting) and a very high probability of increasing one’s social costs (health, welfare, subsidies,) or to determine additional costs related to security (greater tendency to petty crime, etc …).
Preventing Drop-Out: Welfare, Safety and Health
In addition to having to consider the very relevant value for single peopleto be able to actively manage one’s life, a reasoning merely of convenience socio-economic should lead to the conclusion that prevent it chronicity of the drop-out phenomenon has costs (economic) incredibly lower than those that would determine not to intervene for the future.
Early School Leaving: Consequences on the Future of Children and Society
The fallout fromschool dropout bear their lifelong sign of those who are ‘missing‘, compromising the employment opportunitiesi, of income and, more generally, of life. The dispersion is a complex phenomenonwhich needs to be analyzed from a system perspective that offers a multi-level view in order to be able to hug all the bodies involved: students, school context, family and territory. There dispersion it is rooted in the territory and assumes its peculiar characteristics, it is therefore its daughter, but at the same time it generates and shapes behaviors in the communitywhich do not concern only the individual, but are intertwined with the choices of the policy makersofEducational institutionof the associative realitiesof the families and gods individual citizens. A circuit is generated in which each subject has its weight and influences the other in a more or less virtuous and evident way.
Causes of Early School Leaving in Adolescents
The causes ofschool dropout among teenagers they are intimately connected and conditioned by the family systemfrom the heritage socio-cultural of origin and the existence or otherwise of one poor economic condition. The level of instruction of the parents has a specific weight in the choice of the children to continue their studies. This last figure has been extensively documented through statistical surveyshighlighting as a low average educational level in parents conditions negatively the continuation in the studies of the children.
Early school leaving is a phenomenon that should not be underestimated because its echo has an important social impact. In the long period a drastic and worrying decline is expected in the level of education and preparation in future generations.
NEET Generation: Who They Are and What Happens To Them
NEET is the English acronym for “Neither in Employment nor in Education or Training”, And refers to teenagers that Not I am committed in studynor in the work nor in any other type of professional training. Young people who do not have a job or are looking for it.
It is a term of classification for one particular segment of the population between 15 and 29 years. In recent years, the gap has widened to include young people up to 35 years of age, if they still cohabit with parents.
It appears evident how the lack of employment influence the choices of younger generations who are seen being taken away, with resigned distrust And impotence, every concrete possibility to realize your own projects. L’school dropout it is the first link in the chain on which to intervene to instill trust and to try to give concrete tools for the realization of one’s dreams.
Young people who are confronted with such situations, have often initially suffered a negative impact With the’educational institution or with the world of work and have continued subsequently to accumulate failuresentering a vicious circle characterized by sense of failure, loss of self-esteemfall of motivation, refusal of other training or work opportunities.
NEET: Loss of Self-Esteem and Continuity in the Growth Path
Of course, dispersion and disorientation are not identified exclusively with failures And loss of hope in the search for work, but these signals must be considered and understood through a transverse aspecta much more complex phenomenon concerning the loss of effectiveness and continuity in the growth pathin the acquisition of roles and in relational dynamics with respect to the family and the peer group.
L’self-efficacy, it is the basis of our ability to understand and act in the world and is directly influenced by attributional processes, that is, by as we explainOur successes and ours failures. A long and heterogeneous series of failures will therefore lead to negative self-assessments related to lack of skillsof tools which, in turn, will increase the chances that each new attempt turns out to be a failure.