In Spain, the government recently announced plans to cut spending on education, ultimately raising public university feeds while reducing faculty counts, classrooms counts, scholarships, and grants. This action caused thousands of students to hold a nationwide protest against the cuts. Led by the Students’ Union, the demonstration included students from secondary schools and universities. These protesters argue that the cuts put students at a greater risk of unemployment in the future.
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