Italy prepares 1-mln-euro teacher selection process for 2013

11,500 posts up for grabs in 2013-2015

Italy prepares 1-mln-euro teacher selection process for 2013

(ANSA) - Rome, September 20 - Italy is gearing up to launch a 1-million-euro selection process for 11,542 public school teaching positions for the 2013-2015 academic years as 160,000 contenders sharpen their skills to vie for the first jobs picked by competition in more than a decade. The participants in the selection process are applying for a variety of public schools and for all levels of teaching positions. Interested candidates will need to apply via an online application process. The government has also established a so-called preselection process given the large volume of interested parties. This will take place in December via an online multiple choice test made up of 50 questions that will need to be answered in 50 minutes. The preliminary test will include seven information technology queries, seven linguistics questions, and 36 tests aimed at assessing the candidates' logical deduction skills. Each candidate will have a completely different set of questions selected randomly from an overall total of 3,500 queries. The selection process will be completed by the summer of 2013, when some 7,351 teachers will be selected for the 2013-2014 academic year as well as 4,191 for the 2014-2015 period.

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