Friday, 01 June 2012 19:58
New proposals hope to lessen graduation time, drop-out rates for Chile’s students.
University officials are working to slash the average number of years it takes students to complete a university degree. The Council of University Directors of Chile (Cruch) submitted the proposal, among other reforms, Thursday after Minister of Education Harald Beyer requested improvements earlier this year.
Education proposals set to lessen burden on students and families, says Chilean Education Minister. (Photo by Universidad de Navarra/Flickr)Login to read more.