Although Akunya denied, in various ways, that Resolution 4055 included closing schools, the administration of Horocio Rodriguez Laureta lifted the measure. "The fight makes sense," UTE said.
"Yes, of course they are closed," Akunya said during a tense dialogue with journalist Nelson Castro on December 21. – They are closed because they do not have pupils, because the teachers receive the salary without the students and because the young choose another offer. "Asked about the opinion of the students from the 14 affected schools, after confirming that she visited all schools in the area, the official confirmed that did not speak "with these students".
From that moment on, the guilds of the sector, who made a day of unemployment every week, warned that in the case of the Buenos Aires government, no reverse equipment would be provided, the lessons would not begin, it was condemned that since 1983, the government closed the schools for the first time. Now, the head of the Union of Educational Workers recognized those who sent Rodriguez Larreta and Akunya to reject the initiative. "We are very grateful to the education community and neighbors and I confirm that this city has a very big heart and sanction those governors who want to control a little heart and want to close schools." Lopez, meanwhile, warned that the official decision had an electoral tone and was taken "with one eye of the campaign more than conviction".
The resolution is now abolished provided that there will be no enrollment for the first year in 2019, and justified the extent to which the curricula of night schools were "obsolete and obsolete".
The affected schools, whose registration will be extended until March 31, were: Commercial No. 2 of 1 Dr. Antonio Bermejo, Commercial No. 10 of 1 Islas Malvinas, Commercial no. 26 of 1 Enrique de Vedia, Commercial No. 29 DE 3 Isaac Halperin, Commercial no. 1 of 4 Joakin V. Gonzalez, Commercial No. 29 of 7 Commercial Marine Argentina, Commercial no. 9 of 11 Jose Inginieros, Commercial no. 21 of 11 Captain on the ship Hypolito Bushaard, 11 of 17 Dr. Jose Pelalta, Commercial No. 12 of 21 Juan XXIII, Commercial No. 35 of 21 Leopoldo Marel, Sup. 3 of 7 Hippolith Vijay, Liseo no. 7 of 1 Domingo F. Sarmiento, Liceo N ° 8 DE 13 Esteban Echeverria, School No. 2 of 1 Domingo F. Sarmiento, School no. 14 of 2 Juan Jose Paso, School No. 15 of May 2 Revolution, School no. 7 of 3 J. Martín de Pueyrredon, School No. 11 of 4 Hipólito Yrigoyen and School No.16 of 15 Guillermo Rawson.