Brianza schools from top 10 but the first are in Milan – Chronicle

Brianza schools from top 10 but the first are in Milan – Chronicle
Brianza schools from top 10 but the first are in Milan – Chronicle

by Cristina Bertolini Brianza schools enter the “top 10” of all levels in the census of the Agnelli Eduscopio Foundation for the territory that includes Milan and Brianza. Well the high schools, the scientific Frisi is confirmed in 2nd place out of 20 schools in the area between Milan and Monza, the high school leads to the 3rd for the human sciences and to the 7th for the linguistic high school; the Zucchi di Monza is 7th among the classical high schools and the Modigliani high school of Giussano in 2nd place among the artistic high schools, followed by the Preziosine of Monza at the 3rd, Ettore Majorana di Cesano at the 9th and Nanni …

by Cristina Bertolini

The Brianza schools enter the “top 10” of all levels in the census of the Agnelli Eduscopio Foundation for the territory that includes Milan and Brianza. Well the high schools, the scientific Frisi is confirmed in 2nd place out of 20 schools in the area between Milan and Monza, the high school leads to the 3rd for the human sciences and to the 7th for the linguistic high school; the Zucchi di Monza is 7th among the classical high schools and the Modigliani high school of Giussano in 2nd place among the artistic high schools, followed by the Preziosine of Monza at the 3rd, Ettore Majorana di Cesano at the 9th and Nanni Valentini at the 10th. In 3rd place among the classics we find the high school Marie Curie in Meda, in 6th place the Banfi in Vimercate. For economic technical institutes, Primo Levi from Seregno ranks 3rd, Ghandi from Besana ranks 5th, and Mosè Bianchi from Monza with Administration, Finance and Marketing, 6th. Out of 57 technologically advanced schools, the first is Greppi di Monticello which, despite being outside the province, gathers many students from Brianza, followed by Vanoni from Vimercate in 5th place, Primo Levi di Seregno in 7th and Mosè Bianchi from Monza (Corporate information systems ).

The criteria of the ranking concern an index that makes the average between grades and educational credits but there is also a column relating to the scholastic path: high values ​​concern the schools in which most of the children finish in exactly 5 years, while those with values lower, in theory, indicate schools where children have more tortuous paths. In this sense, the high schools all have indexes of 65% to 75% of graduates in 5 years, while the figures drop for technical and professional institutes.

According to the technological Mosè Bianchi, 39.9% graduated in good standing, followed by Hensemberger (32.4%) who, however, ranks second among those who can find work within 2 years.

“For years I have not looked at the Eduscopio data – says the dean of Mosè Bianchi Guido Garlati – the logic underlying this research does not belong to us. Regarding the low percentage of graduates in regular times, it could be said that the teachers are scrupulous and stop those who do not has achieved the objectives, or that families and middle schools have made a mistake in the orientation advice. An error in this sense is plausible in times of pandemic in which the opportunities for orientation have been limited. In our school, as many as 30 students from September to today have changed address “.

The students of the Ballerini di Seregno (2nd in the rankings) find work immediately, the students of Don Gnocchi di Carate in 4th place and those of Olivetti di Monza in 10th place. In the Industry and crafts sector, out of 15 schools around Monza the 3rd place in employability is the Enzo Ferrari institute, the Floriani of Vimercate in 5th place, in which, however, only 27.2% graduate on a regular basis and in 7th place Ipsia Meroni of Lissone.

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