In the past few weeks, a number of parents have reported that their kindergartens science curriculum has been severely delayed.
The delay has led to a number issues in the curriculum and parents are not happy with the way they are being treated.
One of the most common complaints that parents are having is that the science teachers have been taking more time than necessary.
The school’s science teacher, Dr Andrea Boccia, says she has received complaints from teachers that they have been busy for long periods of time.
Bocci explained that she takes these complaints very seriously, as she is an assistant principal.
“I am very, very disappointed, that I don’t have more time to teach my students,” she told local media.
She has been trying to find solutions to this problem, and has started a campaign to get teachers to give extra time for their students.
She is calling for extra time so that teachers can study more and more subjects. “
Sometimes, we give students extra time, but we also give them the opportunity to study something else.”
She is calling for extra time so that teachers can study more and more subjects.
“If the teachers are really busy, the children are not going to get a good education, because they are not learning.
They are going to be doing a lot of other things, and they will not be able to learn,” she said.
She added that she does not want to see any changes in the science curriculum, as it is “a crucial element for the whole child’s development”.
However, Dr Boccian did not give an exact figure on how much extra time she is giving her students.
Baccio Sciences director, Francesco Bonetti, told the newspaper Il Corriere della Sera that she is working on an “open letter” to parents asking them to sign it.
“Our schools have a very difficult task to solve, as they need the additional time,” he said.
“This time is critical for us.”
However, Bocciatis campaign has not been as successful as some of her colleagues, with parents complaining that she has not offered any explanation of the delay.
One parent, a teacher from the kindergarten in Bologna, has been very vocal about the delay, and said that the teacher has not explained how much time was taken up.
“He has not given me an exact number,” she wrote in the local newspaper.
Bocciatisi has now set up a Facebook page, called “Why do we need extra time?”, to discuss the issues and to ask for help.
A petition has also been created to raise funds for teachers.