Latin lessons: What can we learn from the world’s most ambitious literacy campaign?

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Tuesday afternoon in the José Marti Primary School means it’s time for maths. A classroom full of wide-eyed eight-year-old boys and girls are poring over frayed workbooks in pairs while their teacher walks around peering over tiny shoulders.

Scott Bergman‘s insight:

Very interesting story about Cuba having one of the best education systems in the world. Wouldn’t it be nice if the United States could say that? Wouldn’t it be nice if the United States put the importance on education that Cuba does? Until we understand that we have no hope of keeping up with the rest of the world.

See on www.independent.co.uk

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