Geography in Italian Licei

Gino De Vecchis

Abstract


Following a rapid description of the evolution of the teaching of geography in Italian secondary schools from the Unification of Italy to the end of the nineteenth century, the article focusses on the latest change, brought about with the Gelmini reform, which entered into force with the 2010-2011 school year. In particular, the relationships between history and geography are analysed (two subjects penalised by the new structure and which cannot express all their potential to their best) and some possible solutions are envisaged.

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