(ANSA) – ROME, MAY 06 – 216 new innovative and sustainable schools will be financed with the resources of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. A higher number than the 195 initially foreseen, thanks to an increase in funds that brings the total allocation from 800 million to one billion and 189 million euros. The rankings of the areas in which the 216 schools will be built were published today on the website of the Ministry of Education, following the public notice addressed to local authorities published at the beginning of December. In the South, 42.4% of funds: a higher percentage than the 40% initially set, which grew thanks to the increase in resources.
“The project of the ‘new schools’ – declares the Minister of Education, Patrizio Bianchi – is one of the most innovative of our Education PNRR. After the presentation of the guidelines created by the working group made up of great architects and school experts, today we conclude another stage of the journey with an indication of the areas where the schools will be built.
The next step is the design competition to identify the projects, which will be inspired by the guidelines. We have increased the resources available to the project to 1.189 billion from the initial 800 million, and the number of schools to 216. We want the new schools to become a reference point for the territories that will host them, the heart of the community, sustainable and welcoming, able to offer students and students inclusive and innovative environments and spaces. New buildings for a new idea of teaching “.
The new schools will be conceived as open and inclusive spaces, built in a sustainable way and will be built on the territories of 85 Provinces. (HANDLE).
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