Hundreds of students and teachers mobilized at noon on Thursday, starting with a rally at the Propylaea and then marching to the height of the Parliament on Amalia Avenue.
Teachers 'and students' associations react to the provisions of the Ministry of Education's bill on higher education, which provides for three key changes.
The first concerns the introduction of a minimum base in the pan-Hellenic ones, starting from the upcoming exams, which base will be defined by each department. The second is the limitation of completing the number of options in computer science, something that will be valid from 2022, and the third change is the introduction of a time limit of n + 2, while for study programs lasting more than 4 years, n + is introduced 3.
Reactions are also intense for the placement of university police in higher education institutions (HEIs) and already the Minister of Citizen Protection, Michalis Chrysochoidis, together with the Minister of Education, Niki Kerameos, announced 1000 recruitments of special guards who will staff it.