Education and the Determinants of Early School Leaving in Campania

Dott. Annalisa Grammegna, Dott. Domenica Ina Giarrizzo


Skills gaps between people and socio-economic groups persist over time and affect the future of generations.

Social change sees the relationship between education as a dynamic process, linked to “life long learning” and equity (Lisbon Commision, 2020) and the concept of human capital.

The analysis of such a correlation will be the subject of the study to highlight the reasons for early school leaving and the repercussions on the labour market in some disadvantaged territorial units of reference in Campania (Italy).

This regional context is characterized by a higher incidence of poverty, poor school performance and a less favourable condition of young people in the labour market.

The examination will focus on the northern suburbs of Naples.

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