Although Acuña has in various ways denied that Resolution 4055 included school closure, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta abolished the measure. "Fighting makes sense," said UTE.
"Yes, of course, they are closed," Acuña said during a tense dialogue with journalist Nelson Castro on December 21st. – They quit because they do not have students because teachers receive salaries without students and because young people choose the other. "Asked about the opinion of the students from the 14 affected schools, having confirmed that she had visited all the schools in the district, the officer admitted she had not talked to these students. "
From that moment on, the guilds of this sector, who each week made a day of unemployment and warned that in the case of the Buenos Aires government there would have been no turning points in the classroom, they would not start, they were convicted of having closed the school for the first time since 1983. Now, the head of the Union of Workers in Education recognized those who sent Rodriguez Larrett and Acuña his rejection of the initiative. "We are very grateful to the educational community, neighbors and I confirm that this city has a very big heart and sanctions those governors who want to rule with a little heart and want to close the school." Lopez, however, warned that the official decision has an electoral tone and that "one eye to the campaign is more than a conviction".
The now abolished resolution foresees that there will be no entry for the first year of 2019 and justified the extent to which curricula of nightclubs are "outdated and outdated".
The schools affected, whose registration will be extended by March 31, were: Commercial number 2 of 1 Dr. Antonín Bermejo, commercial number 10 of 1 Islas Malvinas, commercial number 26 of 1 Enrique de Vedia, commercial number 29 DE 3 Isaac Halperin, commercial number 1 of 4 Joaquín V. González, commercial number 29 of 7 merchant navy Argentina, commercial number 9 of 11 José Ingenieros, commercial number 21 of 11 captain of Hipolito Bouchard, trade number 11 of 17 Dr. José Peralta, commercial number 12 of 21 Juan XXIII, commercial number 35 of 21 Leopoldo Marechal, Sup.Comercial no. 3 of 7 Hipólito Vieytes, Liceo 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 José Paso, school no. 15 of May 2, school no. 7 of 3 J. Martín de Pueyrredon, School no. 11 of 4 Hipólito Yrigoyen and School No. 16 of 15 Guillermo Rawson.