The “Made in Italy” curricula was recently established by the government for Italian high schools. Premier Meloni declared during the most recent Vinitaly that the testing will begin in the coming school year. Additionally, Cotta High School in Legnago is one of the schools in the city of Verona that adopted the new route. They have scheduled a presentation meeting for Sunday, January 21, at 3 p.m.

Aside from the classical, linguistic, scientific, and humanistic programs that Liceo Cotta provides, enrollment in the Made in Italy program will also be accessible starting on January 23. Government reports indicate that the new high school will be five years long, with a focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) as well as topics like economics and law.

The goal is to raise the profile of Made in Italy, both locally and internationally. Actually, two foreign languages will be taught in addition to the Italian language, and the subjects covered will include economics, business management, winning business models in the food, art, and fashion industries, as well as worldwide marketplaces and Italian products. In particular, students will take part in training internships in companies to close the gap between the academic and professional worlds.