Italy’s Deputy Minister of Education, Bárbara Floridia, believes that ““Excessive and improper” is the teacher’s decision, forcing minors in Verona (north) to blindfold their eyes during the online exam, This is a fact of investigation and aroused the anger of the country.
“I feel humiliated; they accuse me of cheating”, According to an Italian media report today, the 15-year-old told her classmates at the end of the exam that her German teacher forced her to cover her eyes with a blindfold to prevent “doing too well”.
Event, that’s already Under investigation by the regional education delegationIt has been criticized by Floridians who believe that “a culture of doubt is not one of the school’s goals”, while Nicola Fratoianni, Secretary-General of the Italian Left (SI), called it “distortion.” , And “protested and publicized this incident” to the students.
The Veneto Student Network reports other similar cases encountered by students during remote classes Due to restrictions in the fight against Covid-19. The Verona news portal said today: “Facing the wall and pasting it on the screen… It seems that notes are more valuable than dignity.”
“These are just countless manifestations of hierarchical disorders and oppressive hierarchies; countless times prove Our education system needs to undergo a thorough reform in order to finally meet the needs of students”, The student collectively wrote on their Facebook page.
The Veneto regional education delegation under the Ministry of Education is investigating what happened At the Montanari Center in Montaari, Verona, its director, Carmela Palumbo, is wary of what she considers to be “suspicious behavior.”
Before and after the Easter holiday, Italian schools and colleges opened their doors to all students under the age of 14, even in the most confined areas (called the “red areas”), which were lightly closed. however, Senior students in high-risk areas must participate in remote classes.