Council of Rectors will commission three technical reports to evaluate changes to the PSU

The plenary session of the Council of Rectors (Cruch), meeting in extraordinary session, agreed to ask Demre, the Technical Advisory Committee of Cruch and the Technical Counterpart of the Pearson report to prepare analysis reports of the conclusions of the international study.

 

With this input, the Council of Rectors will propose changes to improve the aspects that are relevant to the admission process to universities. 

 

In addition, the rectors received the Minister of Education, Harald Beyer, who presented his proposal for changes to the institutionality of the admission system. 

 

The Council of Rectors of Chilean Universities (Cruch) agreed, in the framework of its extraordinary plenary session, to order three reports for March 28 in order to evaluate the course to follow regarding the improvements that could be applied to it. to the University Selection Test (PSU) 
 

The reports will be in charge of the Department of Evaluation, Measurement and Educational Registration of the University of Chile (Demre), the Technical Advisory Committee of Cruch and the Technical Counterpart of the international evaluation of the PSU. 
 

"The results will be analyzed in the next session of the Cruch to see what changes are feasible to apply in the short, medium and long term and later make the necessary proposals to improve the instrument, thinking about what is best for students and their families" , said the Alternate Vice President of the Council of Rectors, Sergio Lavanchy. 
 

In the same session, the Council of Rectors received the Minister of Education, Harald Beyer, who presented his proposal for a new institutional framework for the Admission System. In this regard, the Cruch agreement was to analyze the proposal received from the minister in order to have an approach on it. “We know that we have to strengthen the institutionality of the admission system, we have already been discussing the issue within the Council of Rectors. We have the best disposition to work together with the ministry in the changes that are required to modernize and improve the Admission System, which has served the country for the selection of students entering universities for decades and which we hope will continue to serve for these effects for much longer, ”rector Lavanchy pointed out.