Artemisa, Cuba - With the objective of updating the contents for the generalization of the process of improvement of the education that is carried out in the country and facing the beginning of the new school year in September, the Faculty of Social and Humanistic Sciences of the University of Artemisa began its qualified course in Universal History.
The course will be in charge of teachers from the high house of studies of the province and is made up of four specialized courses of Ancient, Middle, Modern and Contemporary History.
According to the statements of Dr. Yosdey Dávila Valdés, a researcher professor of the Center for Education and Development Studies of the University of Artemisa, in the qualified course are taking part history teachers of the different levels of education and classes are taking place at the Municipal University Centers from Bauta, Alquízar, Guanajay and San Cristóbal.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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