This proposal aims at defining some significant keywords of university reformism by collecting the results of the Workshop of University Innovation performed at the Gabriele d’Annunzio University, Chieti-Pescara. The Workshop ‒ within the course of Sociology of Education – suggested a double-analysis perspective, both ministerial and academic, which was developed thanks to the work previously carried out by the author at the Ministry of Education, University and Research. More specifically the analysis of university legislation dealt with the accreditation of degree courses started by the so-called “Pacchetto serietà” (2007) and strengthened by Law no. 240/2010 introducing (art. 5) the so called AVA system (self-evaluation, evaluation and accreditation). This essay emphasizes the programmatic priorities inspiring the process of teaching rationalization, by focusing on some keywords featuring not only ministerial decrees no. 506/2007 and 544/2007, but also Law no. 240/2010 (art. 5) and ministerial decrees no. 47/2013 and 6/2019. The analysis of keywords ought to highlight the most important reformist tendencies and programmatic priorities. In conclusion, the essay is supported by the survey of the latest Eurostudent report concerning the quality of university students’ lives, so as to test the effects of Italian university innovation on higher education accessibility.

The Keywords of Accreditation, from Ministry to Universities

Andrea Lombardinilo
2019

Abstract

This proposal aims at defining some significant keywords of university reformism by collecting the results of the Workshop of University Innovation performed at the Gabriele d’Annunzio University, Chieti-Pescara. The Workshop ‒ within the course of Sociology of Education – suggested a double-analysis perspective, both ministerial and academic, which was developed thanks to the work previously carried out by the author at the Ministry of Education, University and Research. More specifically the analysis of university legislation dealt with the accreditation of degree courses started by the so-called “Pacchetto serietà” (2007) and strengthened by Law no. 240/2010 introducing (art. 5) the so called AVA system (self-evaluation, evaluation and accreditation). This essay emphasizes the programmatic priorities inspiring the process of teaching rationalization, by focusing on some keywords featuring not only ministerial decrees no. 506/2007 and 544/2007, but also Law no. 240/2010 (art. 5) and ministerial decrees no. 47/2013 and 6/2019. The analysis of keywords ought to highlight the most important reformist tendencies and programmatic priorities. In conclusion, the essay is supported by the survey of the latest Eurostudent report concerning the quality of university students’ lives, so as to test the effects of Italian university innovation on higher education accessibility.
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