Council of Rectors called on students to reconcile the normalization of academic activities with their mobilizations

 At the end of yesterday's session, the CRUCh sent Confech a public statement in which they assure students of special conditions to carry out this process.

 In a plenary session of the Council of Rectors, held yesterday at the Catholic University of the Holy Conception, the rectors analyzed the current scenario of educational reform and mobilizations, and made a call to university students to normalize teaching activities while maintaining the student movement.

“The students have obtained many achievements, they put the issue of education on the political agenda and without a doubt today it is the priority. Now we invite you to move to a new phase, to continue with the student movement, to deepen the content of their legitimate demands, but normalizing academic activities in our universities, "said Víctor Pérez, Executive Vice President of CRUCh.
"We think that student participation is compatible with the normalization of academic activities.", Added the rector Ignacio Sánchez, a member of the CRUCh Executive Committee.
At the end of yesterday's session, the CRUCh sent the Confech representatives a public statement in which, in addition to calling on young people to resume academic activities, they provided certain special conditions so that they could continue with the mobilizations. Among these conditions, the following stand out: ensuring protected schedules for university students, open spaces for reflection and academic rescheduling that allow a broad participation of all students, academics and officials.
In addition to the above, the Council of Rectors analyzed the formation of the working groups, and indicated that it is available to continue working with the Ministry of Education, “as the Council of Rectors there was full agreement on the need to actively participate in the groups of work that they will debate on the different points of the reform ", indicated the rector Ignacio Sánchez.