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The YouTube video discusses the history of the university reform movement in Argentina. The movement was started in order to expand university education beyond the academic world, and it has had a lasting impact on the country's universities. The students of today need to understand and support the reform movement in order to ensure its success.

  • 00:00:00 This YouTube video is about the history of university reform in Argentina, and especially the role of the National University of Cordoba (UNC) in this process. Jorge Rodríguez, an equine Mexican, is a major figure in this history, as he helped to expand university education beyond the confines of the academic world. The 1918 Cordoba University Reform Movement was successful in achieving this goal, and in five years, seventy universities had been established in Argentina. This was too much for the university administrators at the time, and within two months of the reform's implementation, they were forced from their seats by student protests. The reformed university system included a higher degree of student participation in its design, and this idea became firmly entrenched in Argentine universities during the subsequent years. As a result, the 1891 Constitution of Argentina, which was based on the French Revolution's principles of liberty, equality, and fraternity, still has a significant impact on university education in the country.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the history of the university reform movement in Argentina. The movement was started by brilliant people who said that the reform would never be completed 100% until it became a social reform as well. The reform movement has made great strides, but it has not yet reached its full potential. One of the factors preventing the reform from achieving its full potential is that it is hindered by political factors. Quality Obama's circle responsible for the university reform of 18 Evans students convened in the United States. All university students were invited, including soccer superstar Ronaldo. The discussion focused on the principles of the reform, which are still very relevant today. One of the problems that was addressed during the meeting was the issue of scholarships. It was agreed that representatives from student organizations would be appointed to work together to develop a plan for studying at university. Discussions also took place on how to finance the university, on the type of country we want to be, and on a variety of other topics. I believe that the reform movement has had a lasting impact on the universities, and that it is essential that the students of today understand and support it. The current harassment of university students is an important issue that needs to be discussed and resolved. There are a number of measures that have been taken

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