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The country’s private universities record a 35% dropout rate

The country’s private universities record a 35% dropout rate in the first semester, due to the impossibility of maintaining internet payments for virtual classes. The National Association of Private Universities (ANUP) reports that 29 of the 36 affiliates had to take out bank loans to pay salaries, virtual classroom licenses and other expenses. Failure to comply with these obligations would mean stopping the training of more than 200,000 university students in the country.

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