Students, teachers, and leftist social movements protested against the new rules for high school and defended the adjustment of the national salary floor for teachers.
The acts were concentrated in front of the São Paulo Museum of Art (Masp), on Avenida Paulista, on Wednesday afternoon, 22.
This is the second mobilization of students against the high school reform.
The first one, organized by the Brazilian Union of Secondary Students (Ubes), was held on March 15.
The reform expands the minimum workload of high school and makes only Portuguese and mathematics compulsory.
The proposal makes optional subjects like art, physical . . .
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