Complaints on social networks reveal the poor condition of desks in Cuban schools.
While the Castro regime boasts that education in Cuba is free and of high quality, the reality is that it comes at a high cost and that children must study under certain conditions.
In the pictures of the reports you can see the school desks in poor condition, falling apart due to so much water that has fallen on them, Others are completely broken, leaving exposed splinters that can get stuck in minors while they are in their Classrooms.
This is the gross and painful reality of the schools in the educational power, the same one that Castro spokesmen and ignorant people around the world say is one of the best; where the words “sorry,” “good morning,” and “please” were dropped from dictionaries and replaced with insults, swear words, and gossip.
It is worth noting that at the beginning of this new school period, some supposedly new facilities do not have the conditions for children to attend their classes.
Recently, the Cuban woman identified on Facebook as Yenys Fernández denounced the deplorable conditions in which a school in Holguín is located, which appears to be a warehouse converted to resume school activities.
In several pictures, the Cuban showed the room, which has no lighting and to which improvised windows were made, protected only by a grid of rebar and remade with a newly made hole after a piece of wall was demolished.