DOSSIER. All the Faces of Poverty
FOCUS 1. Do All Roads Lead to the PNRR?
FOCUS 2. Good Governance Produces Growth (in Multiple Directions)
Innovation and Marketing
Educational Poverty Requires Strong Choices
The correlation between indigence and educational poverty is a consolidated and indisputable fact that worryingly characterizes the most widespread forms of poverty in our country. In 2014, Save the Children drew up the Educational Poverty Index, which represents a sort of compass for measuring the cultural level of children living in poverty. However, it is extremely necessary today to go beyond the simple awareness of this (worrying) fact and propose new educational models that work alongside traditional institutions, promoting virtuous interconnections between formal and non-formal education.