Policy Document

The '2007 Financial Act'

Year

2006

Country

Italy

Topic

Education

Subtopic

Compulsory Schooling

Main implications

This law extended compulsory education up until 16 years of age.

Benefits & Requirements

Coverage: Eligible groups or beneficiaries

Universal

Age range

6 - 16

Duration (numbers of years of compulsory education stipulated by this document)

10

ISCED levels included in compulsory education

1, 2, 3

Dedication (number of hours per week stipulated by this document)

Not mentioned

Is educational tracking implemented or modified by this document?

No

Is the compulsory education of children of undocumented migrants granted by this document?

Yes

Read the Law

Full Text Source in English

Law no. 296 (27th Dec. 2006)

Original full text source in native language

Legge no. 296 (27 Dicembre 2006)

Original full text web source in native language

http://www.camera.it/parlam/leggi/06296l.htm

Secondary Literature & Sources

Secondary literature

- European Judicial Network in civil and commercial matters. "Maintenance claims - Italy" (2006). Available at: http://www.ec.europa.eu/civiljustice/maintenance_claim/maintenance_claim_ita_en.htm
- European Judicial Network in civil and commercial matters. "Divorce - General Information" (2004). Available at: http://www.ec.europa.eu/civiljustice/divorce/divorce_gen_en.htm (English-EU Civil Justice on divorce)
- Council of Europe. "The Council of Europe Family Policy Database". Available at: http://www.coe.int/familypolicy/database

Links to databases and sources for the analysis or evaluation of this policy field

http://www.oecd.org/els/family/oecdfamilydatabase.htm

Author

Giulia Ferrari
Carlo F. Dondena Centre for Research on Social Dynamics and Public Policy

Data collected in the framework of the Population Europe Research Finder and Archive (PERFAR)

Cite as

SPLASH-db.eu (2014): Policy: "The '2007 Financial Act'" (Information provided by Giulia Ferrari). Available at: https://splash-db.eu [Date of access].