Las Tunas educational system with outstanding results

Consolidating efficiency in the main quality indicators of the teaching and learning process was one of the objectives of the educational sector in Las Tunas in the year that ended, marked by the return to normality of more than 600 schools.

Las Tunas, Cuba.- In this stage, satisfactory results were achieved in indicators such as attendance, learning, retention, and continuity of studies, which was complemented by the perseverance and discipline of the workers of the guild, which grew with the incorporation of 700 new teachers and professors.

Likewise, Early Childhood was strengthened with 60 new capacities in the 29 existing childcare centers and, at the same time, the figure of five children's homes and a hundred vacancies in this modality were reached.

On the other hand, in the 488 schools of Primary Education, teachers reinforced their preparation intending to make effective transformations of the Third Educational Improvement, while Special Education was recognized at a national level for achieving job placement for its graduates.

Likewise, these advances are notorious in the attention given to the 23 students in the homes of children and adolescents without family support, and in the work of the ambulatory teachers who bring the light of knowledge to the homes of their students.

In this period, one hundred percent of the High School graduates joined Secondary Education that, in this calendar, obtained more than 40 medals in the knowledge contests, with an outstanding work of the Luis Urquiza Jorge Vocational Pre-university Institute of Exact Sciences (IPVCE by its acronym in Spanish).

As a renewing and necessary force, in 2022, a considerable number of middle-level technicians and a hundred skilled workers also graduated in response to the demand of production and service organizations in the territory.

In the current calendar, Education in Las Tunas, placed among the most outstanding in the country, will develop its processes with the aspiration that the work of pedagogues and teaching collectives translates into knowledge, norms, and values acquired by each student, hand in hand with work in union with families.