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Paphos students back on the streets

Students in Paphos on Tuesday held a further demonstration outside the Kykkos Lyceum protesting against its planned closure. They left lessons at 11am and marched to the government buildings which house local educational offices in the centre of town.
The school has already merged with the closed down Nikolaideio Gymnasium, meaning a reorganisation of the timetable through which lessons are five minutes shorter, leading students to claim they are missing out on valuable study time.
The lyceum is due to close when all its current students have graduated, at the end of the next school year.

 

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