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Page 3 - Unions, which is made up of the key class in our society; the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution; the Federation of Cuban Women; the National Association of Small Farmers; the Federation of University Students; the Federation of...
Page 12 - E., and Nelson P. Valdes. Cuba in Revolution. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books, 1972. Bowles, Samuel S. "Cuban Education and the Revolutionary Ideology,
Page 4 - Elementary teacher training *Only university programs are shown here. Other higher education institutions include a separate Institute of Economics, the Andres Gonzalez Higher School of Fishing, a University Center at Camaguey (to become the University of Camagiiey), and university branches at agricultural, mining, and industrial work centers.
Page 4 - Combined with Fishing Science in the University of Havana and with Science (Agro-Science) in the University Central de Las Villas. SOURCE: Adapted from: Cuba, Ministry of Education.
Page 9 - In 1964 the Higher University Council (Consejo Superior Universitario), under which universities previously operated independently and autonomously, was replaced by the Centralized National Council of Universities, responsible to the Ministry of Education.
Page 7 - Technological Institutes, Language Institutes, Technical Institutes of Economics, and Advanced Schools of Physical Education.
Page 12 - The School Dropout Problem in Cuba," School and Society. Vol. 99, April 1971. pp. 234-35. Paulston, Roll. mil G. "Cuban Rural Education: A Strategy for Revolutionary Development," in Philip Foster and James Sheffield, eds.
Page 12 - Cuban Rural Education: A Strategy for Revolutionary Development," in Philip Foster and James Sheffield, eds. World Yearbook of Education: 1974. London: Evans Brothers, 1973. . "Cultural Revitalization and Educational Change in Cuba," Comparative Education Review.