The article explores the perceived quality of school infrastructure among Italian school administrators, as recorded in the 2018 edition of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). Indices of “distress” (relating to infrastructure, teachers, non-teaching staff and teaching materials) show that in Italy infrastructural problems are detected to a greater extent than in other European countries and other resource domains, but without a strong internal territorial differentiation.

Il disagio infrastrutturale nelle scuole italiane: contesto europeo e caratterizzazione territoriale

Gasperoni, Giancarlo
2021

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The article explores the perceived quality of school infrastructure among Italian school administrators, as recorded in the 2018 edition of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). Indices of “distress” (relating to infrastructure, teachers, non-teaching staff and teaching materials) show that in Italy infrastructural problems are detected to a greater extent than in other European countries and other resource domains, but without a strong internal territorial differentiation.
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