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Fondazione Agnelli’s portal allows users to compare the quality of secondary schools throughout Italy.

On Thursday 7 November, Fondazione Agnelli launched the 2019 edition of, with updated data indicating how well secondary schools throughout Italy prepare students to university or the workplace after graduation.

Since 2014, the free and easy-to-use portal ( has allowed users to compare the quality of secondary schools, city by city and town by town. 

The new portal offers:

  1. information on the quality of secondary school education in preparation for university. Since last year, following the new organisation established by the most recent school reform, Eduscopio also includes Applied Sciences Secondary Schools separate from Scientific Secondary Schools, and Socio-Economic Secondary Schools separate from Human Sciences Secondary Schools; 
  2. information on the quality of secondary school education in preparation for the workplace.

For this year’s edition, Fondazione Agnelli analysed data regarding 1,255,000 Italian secondary school graduates from 7,300 schools in three consecutive years (2013/2014, 2014/2015, 2015/2016): this was the basis to offer, in a simple and transparent way, information useful to understand if a secondary school prepared its students well.

Since its launch, approximately 1.5 million unique users have visited, consulting over 6.7 million pages – figures that bear testimony to families’ strong demand for information and transparency about the quality of secondary school education, confirming the tool’s usefulness.

In order to get a better idea of which school best fits their expectations and inclinations, all students have to do is follow a simple process on the portal, specifying the curriculum they are interested in and the city or town where they live. In just a few clicks, they will be able to compare the results achieved by the schools in their area that offer the right programme.

Furthermore, is a useful resource for teachers and principals, providing data and information on what “their” students do after graduation.