The United States-imposed blockade of Cuba limits the acquisition of the supplies necessary for the education process in arts schools, according to a report from the cultural sector.
The United States blockade on Cuba greatly affects centers attached to the Ministry of Higher Education (MES), mainly in the field of research, Ministry official Reynaldo Velazquez noted.
Around 1,400 young teachers who graduated from Cuban pedagogical schools will serve in special education centers in the 2019-2020 school year.
Cuba will open up two new pedagogical schools in the coming school year, which begins on September 2nd, reaching to 29 educator training campuses in the country.
A total enrollment of 311,844 students will begin their studies on September 2 in Havana, a city that will host the national event for the 2019-2020 school year in Cuba.
About 90 foreign students have graduated in Santa Clara in different specialties of Higher Education at the Serafin Ruiz de Zarate Ruiz University of Medical Sciences, and Marta Abreu, from Villa Clara.
The National Network of Solidarity with Cuba (NNOC) in the United States has repeated its support for the Caribbean island before participants in the congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), which continues on Sunday in Boston.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel highlighted Monday the support of Latin American students to the Venezuelan people in the face of the severity of U.S.-imposed blockade against the South American country.
Under the slogan Workers’ and People’s Unity, the Cubans celebrated the International Worker’s Day on May 1st, 1959, for the first time after the triumph of the Revolution.
The Marta Abreu School for children with physical and motor disabilities will be opened in Santa Clara, after a process of total remodeling.