Wednesday, April 03 2013 @ 03:54 PM EDT
Contributed by: Staff Journalist
Chanis said the Ministry of Education will act according to the law against this small group, which, she says, is causing harm to all of the students in the school.
The National Director of Education said that all of the 19 students who were detained by the Juvenile Police and eventually turned over to their parents after the protests, were enrolled in the National Institute in a "conditional academic state," and they must be aware of the day the institute sets a meeting.
Chanis said the parents knew this because they were warned when they enrolled their children that these students could not show indiscipline or have poor grades.
The National Education Director also said the National Police did not fire tear gas, and the Ministry of Education requested their help in evacuating the students, and helping parents to arrive at the school. (TVN)