The Cuban education minister, Ena Elsa Velazquez urged the Caribbean Island teachers to keep on working for a comprehensive and inclusive education that contribute to the full development of the new generations.
In a message from the minister spread in the Granma newspaper to mark the Educator Day, Velazquez underlined that the Caribbean nation’s system is a paradigm of altruism and at the same time is the transmitter of the highest values that dignify human growth.
Educators of today and always, within and outside the island, are on the lead embracing the future, with absolute conviction that the success of our socialism will largely depend on what we are capable to do.
Nothing could contain the pedagogical legacy we defend with loyalty and revolutionary commitment, stated Velázquez.
In Cuba, every December 22 is celebrated the day in which the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro declared the country free of illiteracy.