Over 100 Cuban Teachers Return from Venezuela
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- South America
- Politics and Government
- 12 / 23 / 2008
The main advisor of Sucre Mission in Aragua State Ivone Lahera told AIN that 37,272 Venezuelan students are studying 18 higher-level programs in Medicine, Education, and Social Communication, among others.
She added that about 15,000 students have received degrees in those majors.
The also Doctor in Pedagogical Sciences recalled that Robinson, Chivas and Sucre missions represent the continuity of the Cuban Method Yes I Can which is implemented in nearly 30 countries.
In 2005, Venezuela was the second Latin America nation to eradicate illiteracy after Cuba in 1961.