The blaming of males is in danger of being the only result of "affectivity education," as cases that have already occurred in so-called "more advanced countries than ours" show.
From the United States comes a new gender insanity: that of "genders" linked to animals, mythological archetypes or even "on a term basis" and depending on location, complete with emoji-pronouns...
The role of honor guard at the tomb of anti-fascism, which the Left has reserved for itself, constitutes a fearsome tool, which they hold, to define, in a totally extra-institutional manner, "who is in and who is out."
It happens in a Rome preschool. Some teachers at the municipal institution seized and hid from view a Nativity scene that a little girl had brought for her classmates. Teachers and janitors locked themselves in a stubborn secrecy.
With all due respect to U.S. universities and their Italian imitations, only a model of education and assessment focused on the human and cultural growth of the student is capable of grasping and enhancing the enormous complexity of the human mind and its modes of learning.
While I dismiss Calenda's proposal as a boutade, I disagree with the ease with which his detractors have dismissed it without appeal on the sole basis of mismatch with labor market needs.
The stop, at least temporary, to ius scholae is a good thing, but secondary; the real battle is to save the public school, or what remains of it, from the clutches of those who are turning it into the rainbow, politically correct version of the Balilla National Opera.
Never, in Europe, had philosophy been judged useless. Bended, amputated, censored, often even vilified and accused of intellectualism, philosophy has continued to be taught even in the Third Reich and the Soviet Union. In today's Europe, on the contrary, they want to erase it. Why?
The "democratic" school has resulted in a general lowering of the cultural level. Lowering the bar, far from helping the children of the lower classes, as its promoters hoped, has instead condemned them to frequent failure, while the scions of wealthier families still manage to get by.