Bucalo (Brothers of Italy) attacks: “From Bianchi only words. Salaries remain among the lowest in Europe. And whoever has to return to Sicily for Christmas will have disproportionate costs”

Bucalo (Brothers of Italy) attacks: “From Bianchi only words. Salaries remain among the lowest in Europe. And whoever has to return to Sicily for Christmas will have disproportionate costs”
Bucalo (Brothers of Italy) attacks: “From Bianchi only words. Salaries remain among the lowest in Europe. And whoever has to return to Sicily for Christmas will have disproportionate costs”

“No contract renewal for 5 years for the teachers and ATA staff of the Italian school, last in remuneration among colleagues from Western Europe. ‘Cinderella’ of the school world, given that school administrators earn twice as much as a teacher or a professor – and it is clear that it is not too much what is perceived by the managers, but it is very little that collected by the remaining school staff – they no longer know how to what a ‘minister to vote for’ “.

It says Ella Bucalo , deputy of the Brothers of Italy, head of the School Department

And yet, among these politicians at the head of Education, the last two had guaranteed the long-awaited salary increase. After Azzolina, the current minister Bianchi, at the end of September, had guaranteed that he would become the ‘bearer of the dignity’ of the whole School, but only in words: in fact, he did not bring anything new into the pockets of teachers and ATA“, Continues the deputy.

A shortage that now, as Christmas approaches, becomes even more difficult for some of them. Yes, because among those far from home, the Sicilians are among the categories (workers and students) that more than any other will suffer the plague of ‘dear flights’. Those disproportionate costs to return to the family, in Sicily, during the Christmas holidays will weigh on their already scarce finances to the point that many will be forced to give them up. Christmas with your parents … but only if you are not Sicilian“.

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