Buenos Aires, Oct 11 (Prensa Latina) Cuba attends today the 2017 Regional Forum of Educational Policies, Latin America facing the challenge of the 2030 Education Agenda, focused on seeking tools to ensure equity and inclusion in this area.
Deputy Minister of Basic Education Margarita Mc Pherson Sayú, and the official Bryan Gual Navarrete, member of the Cuban National Commission of the UN for Education, Science and Culture(CNCU), are heading the delegation of the Caribbean island.
Until next Friday the representations and delegates of the nations of the region will discuss about the challenges and how to plan policies to achieve access to a fair and inclusive education.
Organized by the International Institute for Educational Planning, the Regional Office for Education in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the UNESCO Institute of Statistics, in the meeting also participate representatives of civil society and experts from international organizations and the academic world.
According to its organizers, the Forum aims at enriching the debate and promoting strengthening actions in front of the challenge of guaranteeing an education with access to all, versus the challenges that represent the entry into force and implementation of the 2030 Education Agenda in the region.
In the sessions a net of educational authorities will see the light, oriented to establish a permanent space of consultation, cooperation and exchange of experiences among the countries of the area.
The results of the meeting will be presented at the next Meeting of Ministers of Education on E2030, to be held in Sucre, Bolivia, in July 2018.