May 21, 2022 7:18 am

Jaime Perczyk responded to Soledad Acuña after the controversy and assured that the figures of the young people who left school are

The Minister of Education of the Nation, Jaime Perczyk, responded today to the statements of his peer from the city of Buenos Aires, Soledad Acuna, that yesterday left her in the eye of the storm. The Buenos Aires official assured that “it is too late” to “go out and look for” some young people who stopped going to school during the pandemic, because “Surely they are already lost in the corridor of a villa or fell into drug trafficking activities.”

The official of the Front of All indicated today that “The educational system has to give a new possibility” and also assured that the figures of how many were the students who disassociated themselves from the school, after Acuña claimed that they were not available.

“I think it’s never too late for boys, for girls, not even for adults,” held in mainland radio Perczyk, who nevertheless showed a calm attitude, without pointing directly at the minister who answers to Horacio Rodríguez Larreta. “If we want to build a democratic country with everyone inside, there always has to be another opportunity, it has to be reflected in management,” said the official, who also highlighted the work they do from his portfolio with the provinces and with the City in the “Back to School” program.

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