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CUBAN EDUCATION

Sancti Spiritus Designs Strategies to Meet Shortage of Teachers

A four-year system will be applied where students will work and continue, at the same time, with the university course, before graduating as teachers


School Health Guaranteed in Sancti Spiritus for New Academic Year

Sancti Spiritus Provincial Board of Education informed that conditions were created to ensure school health for the 2016-2017 school year, which started this September 5th


Some 4,600 Teachers to Graduate from Cuban Pedagogical Schools

The number of new teachers to graduate throughout Cuba at the end of the present school year to join preschool, primary and special education totals 4,598


US First Lady Knows about Cuban Educational Experiences

The First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, spoke with ten female Cuban students in Havana this Monday, March 21, regarding their experiences as part of the official visit to the island


Cuba: Back to School!

A new academic year begins today in Cuba, with almost two million students set to attend schools at the elementary, secondary, and university levels.


Cuba Features Most Progress in Main EFA Areas

Cuba devoted last year 13 percent of its Gross Domestic Product to education, the highest rate in Latin America, expert Nihan Blanchy Koseleci specialist said today.


Ecuadorian Minister Praises Cuban Education Model

Ecuador’s Coordinating Minister of Knowledge and Human Talent, Guillaume Long, praised Cuban education system and said that it is not copying it what Ecuador tries to do, but learning from its advantages.


International Education Congress underway in Havana

The International Congress “Pedagogia 2013” takes place in this capital with a program including special lectures by UNESCO Assistant Director-General Qian Tang, and UNICEF representative in Cuba Seija Toro.


Fifty Countries Confirmed for Cuban Pedagogía 2013

Cuba expects delegates from 50 countries to the 2013 Pedagogia Congress, which will be in session in February, said Cuban Education Ministry International Relations director Alfredo Diaz.