CAMAGÜEY.- The improvement toward a more inclusive education is one of the central axes of the 14th International Conference of Education Sciences, which will be held from November 6 to 8 at the Convention Center Santa Cecilia, of this city.

Teachers and researchers of the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Angola, Burkina Faso, Peru and Ecuador, and Cuban universities, socialize their experiences in the exchange convened by the Center for the Study of Education Sciences (CECEDUC) of the University of Camagüey, Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz.

The event, held for nearly three decades, maintained as a principle search good practices to transform the power and knowledge, through workshops for reflection, rather than the exposure of the research, told the Cuban News Agency Jorge García, director of the CECEDUC.

Organized into eight symposia, a total of 254 papers cover such topics as the comprehensive training of the student, the use of new technologies of information and communication technologies in support of the educational processes, and the guidance of pupils with special educational needs.

García Batan added that will address other subjects that make different patterns, such as the transit toward an inclusive society in the 21st century and the internationalization of universities and the improvement of the performance of the professionals.

The event is a biennial and the novelty of this edition lies in dialog about a teaching that allows educators to be prepared for the changes envisioned in the social order, said the professor.

With more than 140 doctors and 800 master's degrees in science, domestic and foreign, graduates from its constitution at the beginning of the decade of 1990, the CECEDUC has contributed to the fact that the University of Camagüey holds a national and international status with outstanding results in the academic activity.

This center, created to improve the educational processes at all levels, from the scientific inquiry and advice, has strengthened the study of major themes related to the training of graduate studies, the design of plans and programs from the curriculum theory, and the development of investigative skills in teachers and other professionals.