A teacher can be readmitted in the provincial rankings of substitute teaching staff even if she has declared a false mark of 70/100 instead of reporting the marks for single subjects. The TAR of Liguria accepted the substitute’s appeal and canceled her exclusion from the rankings set by the Liguria Regional School Office, in the Genoa area. “The exclusion was based on rules according to which” without prejudice to the penalties, the aspirant who has been ascertained is excluded from the rankings, the composition of the declaration does not correspond to the truth “- explains the Tar – This after the negative outcome of the checks carried out by the school on the grades of the three-year graduate school diploma “. The applicant had indicated a mark of 70/100, “where the diploma does not show the overall mark, but the marks for individual subjects”.
“In the present case, the only debate is the exclusion from the provincial substitute graduation of a specific benefit (admission to the degree). It is undisputed and uncontested that the applicant was in possession of a qualification diploma for teaching ‘access to the degree, while the objective mismatch of the declared score with the one obtained justified – at most – the re-determination of the score and the position. in numerical terms, 8 points are awarded “. In the case in question, the title shows the marks in tenths for individual subjects, but not the final score in sixtieths or hundredths:” the false declaration would even have been counterproductive for the applicant, therefore fraud must be excluded, hence the illegitimacy of the exclusion from the provincial rankings “.