The Marta Abreu School for children with physical and motor disabilities will be opened in Santa Clara, after a process of total remodeling.
Cuba”s Government will open two new schools in the central and eastern regions of the country for children with severe disabilities, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel announced on Wednesday.
The contribution of Cuban universities to the socioeconomic development of the country from research highlighted Monday among the issues discussed in the annual balance of the Ministry of Higher Education (MES).
The 10th Congress of the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) continues on Thursday in Havana, debating key national issues.
Cuban president, Miguel Diaz-Canel took part today of the yearly evaluation of the Ministry of Economy, in which investments are reviewed, above all those directed to strategic sectors for development.
The new Cuban Constitution is in line with CubaÂ´s updating of the economic model and future projections in the sector, said Sunday the Head of the Permanent Commission for Implementation and Development, Marino Murillo.
Electoral authorities today declared open more than 25,340 polling stations in Cuba”s 15 provinces for the referendum on the island”s new Constitution.
Students at the University of Havana (UH) ratified Thursday their support for the new Cuban Constitution because of its democratic and inclusive character, a Magna Carta that will be submitted to a referendum on February 24.
The Minister of Higher Education of Cuba, Jose Ramon Saborido, highlighted on Thursday the importance of Pedagogy 2019 Congress for the exchange of experiences in the field of education in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Brazilian theologian Frei Betto called today in this capital to promote education as an instrument to improve the world and society.