Education reforms introduced by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto are facing increasing resistance from teachers, who are striking in some parts of the country. Under the proposals, teachers would be required to pass professional exams and employment guarantees would be eliminated. Critics, however, are lobbying for those plans to be scrapped and for all teacher trainees to be hired without passing exams and for officials to resist efforts to privatise education.

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