National Geographic : 1931 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE A FRUIT PEDDLER ON ONE OF HAVANA'S OLDER RESIDENTIAL STREETS Photographs by Jacob Gayer SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF MODERN CUBA High-school cadets and girls from a normal school. School attendance in Cuba is com pulsory. Each Cuban province maintains an instituto for secondary education, where four years' work is given in languages, sciences, and agriculture. Higher education is offered at the Na tional University, and at Havana there are also schools of arts and trades, music, painting, sculpture, and the Military Academy.