1 / 13 Mario Tama / Getty Images The debate over charter schools in Italy continues.

The Italian parliament approved the creation of the National Charter School Alliance (ACSA) in November, the first step toward an official system of public schools in the country.

The ACSA has two main aims: providing a way for students to access education and creating a model for the future of Italian schools.

The first is a public school model, which aims to provide a better quality of education to students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

In the second aim, ACSA aims to develop a model that will ensure that children from disadvantaged groups have access to a good quality of educational opportunity.

ACSA hopes to develop the first new school in Italy for at least 25 years.

The two main issues at stake are how to distribute the public funds to ensure that schools are in a good state, and the need to ensure the safety and quality of the schools.

Currently, the ACSA is the sole representative body for the education sector in Italy, but there are a number of independent groups that are also working on the issue of school safety and accountability.

For many years, Italian schools have been a target of criticism.

In Italy, children are generally not taught in private, which has led to a high number of secondary school dropouts.

The system also encourages a very low level of self-discipline, which leads to an increase in crime.

In recent years, the country has been under severe criticism for its failure to adopt universal education and for the lack of progress in the fight against child sexual abuse.

But the new model aims to address both of these concerns.

In particular, the new schools will aim to build a stronger system of accountability for students.

According to ACSA, the government will ensure a “better education for every child” and will provide “an extra €5.6 billion in financial support” for the new public school system.

“There is an urgent need to tackle this problem in order to promote and protect children’s education,” the ACSSA said in a statement.

“This is why the government must continue to make investments for new schools, so that all children are educated in a healthy and safe environment,” it added.

However, this approach does not mean that all schools are safe.

Some schools, such as those in the Roma region of southern Italy, are still considered dangerous, as they do not have proper security measures in place.

In a recent report by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, it was noted that in many of these schools, there were many instances of sexual abuse and exploitation, and some were unsafe for the students.

In 2016, the report warned that the Roma area of southern Spain is experiencing a high incidence of sexual violence, especially against women and girls.

In other cases, there was the use of forced labor, sexual abuse, and trafficking.

The report stated that in some schools, the majority of the students are from families of migrant origin.

These schools are currently being inspected by the government and are expected to be in place in 2017.

However it will be very difficult to keep them open in the long term.

According the report, “Many of these areas are still very poor, overcrowded, and often run by a single family, often with no security and limited supervision.”

Furthermore, it pointed out that in most of these conditions, children who have not yet received the right education, or who do not yet feel secure in their surroundings, are often subjected to physical and sexual abuse by the staff.

“Children need to be educated in safe environments, especially in schools that do not take into account the rights of all children, such the right to free movement, safe schools, and appropriate behaviour, which will ensure the safe and good future of the children,” the report added.