Radio Cadena Agramonte
Friday, July 20, 2018

Education


  • Camagüey: Trailblazer in the Cuban Efforts in Favor of Literacy

    Camagüey: Trailblazer in the Cuban Efforts in Favor of Literacy

    By Miozotis Fabelo Pinares/ Radio Cadena Agramonte collaborator.
    miozotis@rcagramone.icrt.cu

    When on September 8th the International Literacy Day is observed worldwide, for the Cuban people and mainly for those who live in Camagüey, this day gains momentum with the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the declaration of Cuba as the “first illiteracy-free country” in Latin America.

  • Camagüey: Winds of Transformation Blow Before School Year Kicks Off

    Camagüey: Winds of Transformation Blow Before School Year Kicks Off

    By Raysa Mestril Gutiérrez / Radio Cadena Agramonte
    raysa@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    Schoolchildren and young people from Camagüey have started to visit their schools, with the aim of offering any help in the face of the beginning of 2011-2012 school year in which nearly 135,000 students will be involved.

  • Green and Life Thrive at Pioneer’s Palace in Eastern Camagüey

    Green and Life Thrive at Pioneer’s Palace in Eastern Camagüey

    By Rolando Sarmiento Ricart/ Radio Cadena Agramonte collaborator.

    In Guáimaro, situated about 80 km east from the city of Camagüey, a palace has been built amid the green of the foliage where little princes -of popular pedigree-expand their knowledge on the ecosystem through a very healthy lifestyle.

  • Guardians of the World History

    Guardians of the World History

    By Mariela Peña Seguí / Radio Cadena Agramonte.mariela@rcagramonte.icrt.cuLibraries are definitively repositories of the wisdom and collective memory, spaces for the reading and knowledge, where the human being has made wonders, beyond what is shown. The hands of those who have the great respo…
  • Undying Gratitude for Our Teachers

    Undying Gratitude for Our Teachers

    By Conrado Vives Anias/Radio Cadena Agramonteconrado@rcagramonte.icrt.cu Yesterday I had a very beautifully dream. I was walking through the garden of the unsung heroes and, suddenly, the sound of children’s voices and laughs overwhelmed my soul with fond memories. What a surprise, when someone ca…
  • From Cuba and the World: an Example of Educator

    From Cuba and the World: an Example of Educator

    By Tay Toscano Jerez / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
    tay@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    I met Leonela in Haiti, back in 2000. Ten years seem quite a lot of time, but I remember those days very clearly; so clearly that I can perfectly remember her studying constantly and checking every detail of a method that firstly came in creole and through the airwaves to alphabetize a nation that still needs much help and will.

  • The History of the University of Camagüey Told in One Book

    The History of the University of Camagüey Told in One Book

    By Arailaisy Rosabal García / Radio Cadena Agramontelasy@rcagramonte.icrt.cu One of the main achievements of the Revolution and the building of socialism is the educational system in Cuba. Since 1959, million Cubans have been beneficiaries of the policies implemented on education, which after decad…
  • Beginning of 2010-2011 School Year: Celebration and Commitment

    Beginning of 2010-2011 School Year: Celebration and Commitment

    By Tay Toscano Jerez  / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
    tay@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    Why do I say that the beginning of the school year in Cuba is a celebration and, at the same time, a strong commitment?

  • Day of the Student in Cuba: holiday of laughs and work, of songs and study

    Day of the Student in Cuba: holiday of laughs and work, of songs and study

    By Mariela Peña Seguí / Radio Cadena AgramonteIt is said that nothing is compared to when one is a student. The best memories, the best experiences, the best friends who one remembers, are made in such a period of our lives. When one is a student, time rushes like a flowing river, but we can me…
  • A School Year in Which the Cuban Five are Present

    A School Year in Which the Cuban Five are Present

    By Yamylé Fernández Rodríguez

    When thousand of children, teenagers and young people -eager for knowledge- return to their classrooms this Tuesday, the children of three very special Cuban families are being deprived from the company of their fathers, the first day of classes.