Havana, Jul 29.- The achievements of Cuban education were again recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
This was announced in a message by Yahima Esquivel, ambassador and permanent representative of the Republic of Cuba to UNESCO, in a message published today on her account on the social network Twitter.
In her tweet, the island's diplomat referred to the international organization's new Regional Comparative Report for Latin America and the Caribbean explaining that education in Cuba is guaranteed for all citizens, without distinction.
The teaching system of the Greater Antilles also has different programs ranging from learning for preschool children to adult education, a theme that is reflected in the UNESCO document.
“Once again #UNESCO recognizes #Cuba's achievements in Education. The new Regional Comparative Report for LAC highlights that in Cuba education is guaranteed for all citizens, without distinction, through different programs ranging from preschool to adult education, "Esquivel wrote.
The Regional Comparative Report for Latin America and the Caribbean, coordinated by UNESCO, analyzes learning achievements in the region and also includes a study on variables associated with these results. (ACN) (Photo: File)