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Raggi administration threatens to close Celio Azzurro. Parents, teachers and small children gathered on the afternoon of 2 March to protest the threatened eviction of a multi-ethnic, city-subsidised kindergarten on th...
An interview with Elio D’Anna, Founder and President Of the European School of Economics After the financial crisis, the frontiers and the players of the global economy have changed. The technological developments and...
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Third-grade student Jonah Giuliani, aged eight, writes about life at Ambrit International School. My name is Jonah and I am an Ambrit student. Ambrit is an international school in Rome. It has kids from all around the...
Eternal footprints from Romulus’ huts to today’s sneakers: St Stephen’s first-hand experience in the preservation of Rome’s cultural heritage at the Palatine excavations. James Hua, aged 17, St Stephen’s School of Rom...
Marymount International School to inaugurate FabLab facility. Marymount International School will become the first private international school in Rome to have its own Fabrication Laboratory when the FabLab opens on 1...
St George's artists scoop top prizes in Vivi Vejo 2016 art competition. Several talented artists from St George’s British International School were awarded top prizes at the Vivi Vejo ONLUS competition held earlier th...
Maya Ballumbrosio (aged 11) from St George's British International School Nomentana, writes about her Year 6 poetry and art projects with ARTandSEEK. One of the most exciting activities that happened in Year 6 this ye...
Homeless Rome man accused of killing American student found in Tiber. Italian police have detained a man suspected of killing 19-year-old American student Beau Solomon, whose body was found in the river Tiber near Pon...
This page is open to young writers. Maria Nyana’aar, a Year 11 student at St George’s British International School Rome, won the ARTiculation Prize Italia competition organised by the British Council. The competition...
War veteran Shindler to receive honoury doctorate together with Eataly founder Oscar Farinetti. The American University of Rome (AUR) is to confer honourary doctorates on British war veteran Harry Shindler MBE and the...
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Page open to young Wanted in Rome readers. This pretend-interview with Judy Boone, a character with Asperger’s Syndrome from The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, was written by 14-year-old Gennaro Fusill...
University students on the decline in Italy. Enrolments in Italian universities have dropped by 70,000 in five years said Italy's minister of education, Stefania Giannini, at the opening of the academic year at Rome's...
Why do people want to study Italian? Art, culture, music, food and wine: is this all Italy and the Italian language has to offer? Why is the language of a small country like this the most widely taught languages in th...
Renzi's Good School programme gets the go-ahead. “More teachers, more merit and more autonomy”, is how Italy's prime minister, Matteo Renzi, greeted the reforms to the country's educational system, which were passed b...
Rome's Greenwood Garden School is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, and will mark the milestone with a party on 27 September. The international pre-school and kindergarten was established in 1974 by Donna Se...
St Stephen's School on the Aventine celebrates 50 years in Rome on the weekend of 27-29 June. The school was founded in 1964 by Revd John O. Patterson with an ethos focusing on a classical liberal arts education, mode...
The first scholarship in memory of the murdered English student Meredith Kercher is to be officially announced in Perugia on Tuesday 4 June in a ceremony with the city’s mayor, Meredith’s sister Stephanie, an...
Students in Rome have promised to "take back the city" during a series of demonstrations scheduled for Saturday 24 November, which organisers hope will "reach the corridors of power". This follows the controversial prote...
An animated English-language video from the TED-Ed series provides a glimpse into the life of Rome's teenagers some 2,000 years ago. Narrated by Ray Laurence, a classics professor from Britain’s University of Kent...
25 Jan. The Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation at Rome's John Cabot University presents a bi-lingual reading from Vernacular Sonnets of Giuseppe Gioachino Belli (Vol. 1 1819-1832) from 20.30-21.30....
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