Artemisa, Cuba - A new school year begins on September 2 throughout Cuba. More than 1 million 700 thousand schoolchildren in primary, secondary and pre-university education and about 250 thousand university students return the joy to our classrooms which were previously enlisted to receive their favorite guests.
In the morning of this Monday, September 2 at the Mausoleum to the Martyrs of Artemisa, took place the ceremony for the beginning of school year of the Manuel Valdez Polytechnic Institute, which in addition to its already marked specialties: Accounting, Human Capital Management, Document Management, Library Science and Physical Planning welcomes a new, the speciality of technical level in Law.
Today, this center welcomes its students with a center ready to begin the 2019-2020 school year since its educators carried out all the cleaning and conditioning of all its premises in the previous days.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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