“Advances in the work of the Educate your child program and greater efficiency of the pedagogical schools that made possible the graduation of more than 300 teachers constitute the most remarkable results of the school year 2018-2019 in the province of Matanzas,” said the director of Education in the territory Raúl Hernández Galarraga at the closing ceremony of the lecture stage held at the Vocational Pre-university Institute of Exact Sciences (IPVCE) Carlos Marx.
“We also obtained a better balance in entrance exams to the vocational school of Yumurina; the enrollment of the pedagogical university college was increased, although the plan that would guarantee the coverage of teaching staff has not yet been fulfilled; also we achieve an optimal use of material resources that affect the quality of teaching as the material of study and life.
In the activity, educators and workers of the sector were recognized with the Frank País Order, the distinctions for Cuban Education and Rafael María de Mendive and the José Tey Medal. The director of the Enrique Hart Pre-University Institute, in the city of Matanzas, Nicasio Comas deserved this tribute:
“I feel that this recognition belongs also to all the pedagogues and students of the teaching center that I direct. The last two courses were especially complex due to the experimental application of educational improvement, a process that demanded the preparation and effort of the group “.
The work of the professors Guillermo Coello and Yeleine González, of the José Alberto Rodríguez Preuniversity in Unión de Reyes, the performance of the head of educational technology Alexis Ojito, of Los Arabos and the teacher Yaser Sosa, of the IPVCE Carlos Marx was also highlighted. He also highlighted the performance of the university student Lians Alfonso, member of the Educating for Love contingent who teaches the subject of Mathematics in the vocational in Matanzas.
Avoiding fraud, improving the results of entrance tests to high education and stabilizing the attention to the teacher as a stimulus to their work constitute the main challenges of the next stage of studies in Matanzas.