The study identifies the institutions that best prepare children after graduation. For the second year in a row the Livy Titus is ousted from the province
The study analyzed data of around 1 million and 260 thousand graduates (coming from over 7300 courses of study) in three successive school years. In particular, about 700 thousand graduates were followed in their university courses, evaluating the number of exams passed and the average grade.
With regard to technical and professional institutes, instead, the work results of 500,000 children were analyzed. The comparison between schools was proposed on the basis of two fundamental indicators: the percentage of graduates employed in relation to graduates who did not enroll in the university and the consistency between the studies done and the work done.
As for Padua, for the second year in a row the high school classic Tito Livio is ousted from the competition of the province: in the first place, in fact, we find the Tito Lucrezio Dear of Cittadella. The Livy Tito follows and then the Einstein of Piove di Sacco. Only in fourth place is the second classic citizen, the Marquis (who nevertheless returns to the podium among the linguists).
Like high school scientific regaining the first position on Fermi of Padua, which last year had slipped behind the Romano Bruni (this year only ninth). To follow: the Albert Einstein of Piove di Sacco, the Rolando da Piazzola of Piazzola sul Brenta and (fourth) the Nievo of Padua.
The Tito Lucrezio Caro also stands out among the high schools of human Sciences, followed by the Duke of Aosta and Newton Pertini. The latter in particular is first among the linguistic, before the Marchesi and the Einstein.
As foroccupation after high school, the best performance this year is that of Meucci of Cittadella (Industry and crafts area), which ensures 90% of employees two years after graduation. In the same sector the Bernardi of Padua and the Newton Pertini follow.
Between technicians, the primacy belongs to theSan Benedetto State Board, with 76% of employees, the second place went to Mattei in Conselve (74%) and the third to Rolando da Piazzola (72%, equal to De Nicola di Piove di Sacco).
For the technological technicians we find in the first places the Meucci of Cittadella (87% of employees), the Mattei of Conselve and the Newton Pertini of Camposampiero. Down from the podium the Paduan Marconi and Usuelli Ruzza.
Finally, for institutions professional services, the Pietro d’Abano sees 74% of its graduates occupied, Rolando da Piazzola 65% and Jacopo da Montagna 63%. –