Thousands of students and anti-capitalist activists took to the streets of Milan to demonstrate their opposition to a series of education reforms and to demand that the Minister of Education, Valeria Fedeli, resign in Milan, Friday. The students protested against job-placement schemes and entry exams, while they demanded more resources for underfunded educational establishments across Italy... Еще. Tension erupted when hooded protesters threw eggs, tomatoes and paint at chain-stores, including McDonald's and ZARA, where many students reportedly work with little or no pay. The students shouted «We are students, not workers» to protest the work conditions for students. The protests come after a series of demonstrations against school reforms dubbed the «Good School» legislation that was passed by the previous government of Democratic Party leader Matteo Renzi.