From our Bureau of Side Effects of Weaponized Migration with some assistance from our Bureau of Imperiled Indoctrination and Brainwashing in Latrine American Totalitarian Hellholes
Given that half a million Cubans have fled from the island since 2022, it is no surprise that teachers are in short supply and that Castro, Inc.’s indoctrination and brainwashing facilities are feeling the pinch.
Yes, the Ministry of Brainwashing has admitted that it is short about 17,000 teachers and, as a result, many subjects have been completely removed from this year’s curriculum.
Naturally, some subjects are not affected by this teacher shortage: You can bet your bottom dollar that the following subjects will always be part of the curriculum, no matter what: 1.”The Indisputable Greatness of the Revolution”; 2. “The Horrific Evils of Capitalism and Free Speech” ; 3. “The Exemplary Wisdom and Virtues of Our Eternal Commander Fidel”; 4. “The Many Miracles of Saint Che”; and 5. “How to Snitch on Your Counter-Revolutionary Neighbors and Relatives.”
Loosely translated from Periodico Cubano
The Ministry of Education in Cuba recognized the enormous crisis in the sector, which in the current 2023-2024 school year has a deficit of more than 17,000 teachers throughout the country. During a report on the National TV News, it was admitted that the problem is especially complex in Basic Secondary School, where several subjects have been stopped being taught so far this school year due to the lack of teachers.
According to the directors of the sector in the Basic Secondary School, the school year began with a deficit of more than 3,200 teachers, for an 88.9% completion rate. The provinces with the greatest difficulties are Havana, Mayabeque, Matanzas and Sancti Spíritus. Despite the supposed “alternative solutions” that have been sought, the shortage is very large and several groups are left without receiving the content that should have already been taught, taking into account that the school year is entering its seventh week.
Some school administrations have chosen to postpone exams and reschedule evaluations, in order to ensure that students can recover lost content at some point during the course.
According to the official explanation, among the causes of this lack of educational personnel are the search for better salaries in other sectors within the Island itself; as well as the mass exodus that the Cuban people have experienced, where in the last two years almost half a million people have left the country fleeing the enormous economic crisis.
Whole story HERE in Spanish