REVOLUTION AND CONTINUITY IN THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN CUBA

@inproceedings{CruzTaura2009REVOLUTIONAC,
  title={REVOLUTION AND CONTINUITY IN THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN CUBA},
  author={Graciella Cruz-Taura},
  year={2009}
}
Marxist pedagogy came to dominate Cuba’s educational system shortly after the Revolution of 1959. This paper examines the history of educational policy in Cuba, with emphasis on the Republic’s policy during the first half of the twentieth century. The objective is to identify cultural patterns that have survived the changes imposed by the communist order. The author recognizes that revolutionary ideology radically altered Cuban education, yet the regime’s ultimate goal to create a new socialist… CONTINUE READING

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