Camagüey, Nov 12.- The Heritage Classrooms Project began the 2020-2021 school year this Wednesday, the date on which the 152nd anniversary of the incorporation of Ignacio Agramonte into the war of independence in 1868 was commemorated .
José Rodríguez Barreras, director of the Office of the Historian of the City of Camagüey, and Isabel Cristina Fernández, municipal director of Education, signed the work agreement that allows the linkage of students of primary, basic secondary and pre-university education with the history of the location.
The Heritage Classrooms Project consists of bringing the students of the schools that belong to the historic center to the places where the most important events in the territory took place, said Rodríguez Barreras.
He explained that, although the figure of the specialist is important, the teacher occupies an essential place, since the project insists on bringing the academic space to the historic site, as a dynamic to include topics that are sometimes not in the school program.
It was thus that from the Ignacio Agramonte Park the school year for the Heritage Classrooms began, an initiative for the good of the history of Cuba, as expressed by the director of the cultural institution. ( Yusarys Benito Deliano / Radio Cadena Agramonte ) (Photo: OHCC Fb profile)