The opinion of one of the ministers who graduated from UNCuyo on the definancing

The opinion of one of the ministers who graduated from UNCuyo on the definancing
The opinion of one of the ministers who graduated from UNCuyo on the definancing

March through the universities: the opinion of a Cornejo official

Different graduates of the public university spoke about the budgetary context that the academic units go through and offered their perspective. Among them the governor Alfredo Cornejowho stressed the importance “that education, and university education, be of the highest level.”

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Minister Víctor Fayad is a graduate of the National University of Cuyo

Photo: Yemel Fil

“The development of the country needs increasingly qualified universities and that is useful for everyone to understand: the Government, the university. AND that the new national government understands the substantive functions of the university”, reflected the first president.

You may also be interested in reading: What Alfredo Cornejo said about the federal university march

One of his ministers expressed himself in a similar sense, graduated from the Faculty of Economic Sciences of the UNCuyo. Is about Victor Fayadholder of the Treasury and Finance portfolio.

In response to the query of Andean Sitethe provincial official thanked “all the taxpayers who finance the public university with their work.”. And the vast majority cannot access it.”

Although he noticed that “Today, the concern is different”. “What priority does the public university have for society, if At the same time in the country we have 180 thousand children who leave secondary school each year. and only 13% finish in a timely manner.”

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