Wednesday, June 12 2013 @ 05:19 PM UTC
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In addition, they requested Education Minister, Lucy Molinar, to come to the campus to discuss problems there. They said the minister has not addressed the needs of the school.
Parents, students and teachers complained there is a lack of leadership at the school.
POSITION OF THE MINISTRY
Meanwhile, the administrative vice minister of education, José Herrera Kivers, reported the school was closed to safeguard the integrity of its students. He said what happened was regrettable, however, "we cannot allow" the protests, which endanger other students.
The official said the school will remain closed until an investigation into yesterday's incident is finished.
"We are investigating to determine those who are responsible," he said. "We don't want these acts to be repeated." (Prensa)