Quoting the Italian jurist Piero Calamandrei, we can rightly say that school is a constitutional body. A place where, at least in our expectations, it is possible to remove obstacles, to fight inequalities and to assign value to individual differences. In sum, a school open to all and for all. As always, it is quite difficult to translate in practice general principles, as constraints and lack of resources can play an important role in downgrading the prospects. There is undoubtedly a gap between what school can rightly promote and what is actually conveyed, particularly when it comes to civic and citizenship education.
José Rui Santos | Maria Ivone Gaspar
After the long period of abstinence from information and communication technologies by Portuguese teachers, and a multitude of academic debates on the interest of their use at, and for the school, it finally seems possible to target attention exclusively on the way they are, or could be, used in schools.