The “occupation” of Bogotá by students, backed by parents and professors as well as social and cultural sectors, is continuing even after the Colombian government offered to withdraw its controversial bill to reform education if the protests were called off. Some 200,000 university students demonstrated last week in Bogotá and other parts of the country for high-quality education with equality. The students asked to be actively included in drafting the education bill currently being debated, and they have carried out demonstrations in Bogotá and other large Colombian cities since April.
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