London - Ena Elsa Velázquez, Cuba's education minister, is attending an international forum that began this Sunday in London, United Kingdom, with delegates from 95 countries to discuss the future of education.
The Education World Forum takes place in the Queen Elizabeth II conference room, facing the British Parliament, with the central theme: One generation, what does it take to transform education?
Internationally recognized as the world's largest gathering of education and skills ministerial forum for discussing future teaching methods, the event brings together representatives of two-thirds of the world's population in London every year.
During the three-day conference, participants will discuss common challenges and problems facing education, said the organizers, who include the British Foreign Office and the UK Department for Education and International Development.
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