Scholarship pipeline runs from Cuba to the U.S. and Africa

The State Department must have some respect for Cuba’s educational system because it has been financing scholarships for Africans who earned college degrees in Cuba. Back in December, I wrote about a State Department program to send Cubans to graduate school in the United States. See “U.S. spends $1.5 million to train Cuban leaders.” A … Read more

U.S. spends $1.5 million to train Cuban leaders

In June 2015, the State Department announced a program to send at least 15 Cubans to graduate school in the United States so they could “more effectively establish, lead, manage, and grow independent organizations in Cuba.” On Sept. 30, 2015, the International Research and Exchanges Board, or IREX, snagged the contract, worth $1,584,158. The Cuban … Read more