Support, the Regional Administrative Court rejects the new IEP model and guidelines. Schools risk chaos

Support, the Regional Administrative Court rejects the new IEP model and guidelines. Schools risk chaos
Support, the Regional Administrative Court rejects the new IEP model and guidelines. Schools risk chaos

The new IEP was radically canceled upon appeal by the Coordown association, CIIS and other acronyms. The TAR rejects the Interministerial Decree (Education and Economy) number 182 of 2020 containing the adoption of the national IEP model and related guidelines, as well as methods for assigning support measures to pupils with disabilities.

The reasons for the cancellation, according to what is known to Orizzonte Scuola which has just learned the news, are as follows:

  • innovative general rules on inclusion were dictated using the instrument of the Decree rather than, as should have been the case, a regulation, in compliance with the procedural rules for the issuance of the regulations;
  • a composition of the GLO other than that contemplated by primary legislation has been envisaged;
  • the exemption of disciplines has been provided for some categories of students with disabilities.

Also canceled all the new methods of determining teaching support on the basis of a predetermined range and on the basis of the so-called “operating debt”. In particular, the TAR noted that the administration could not have issued the new PEI model without the prior discipline of the methods of ascertaining the disability and the operating profile.

What could happen

The new IEP model no longer exists, therefore schools will face the difficulty of applying the standard. The question is whether we will now be faced with a regulatory vacuum on an important issue. Especially since by the end of October, according to the dl 76 of 2017, the schools would have had to approve the new models.

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