Connect with us

Education

‘COVID’ School Year commences

Published

on

The 2020-2021 academic year saw its start with smaller numbers of students per classroom in an effort to adhere to the established social distancing protocols. At least two schools have noted a successful transition from what they’ve known, to the new normal.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Education

Will regional heads foot the bill for exam reviews? Calls for CSEC Review

Published

on

By

Caribbean education ministers have “unanimously” proposed that the Barbados-based Caribbean Examinations Council commit to a total waiver of fees for reviews of the CXC 2020 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations.

Continue Reading

Education

Guibo says he’s learned, and is ready to win.

Published

on

By

Leader of the Opposition in the Senate, and Micoud South hopeful Guibion Ferdinand says the past 4 and a half years in opposition have taught him some lessons. The Micoud South Native and Former School Principal says he stands ready to unseat Allen Chastanet. Here is Miguel Fevrier with the final part of Tuesday’s wide-ranging interview with Senator Ferdinand.

Continue Reading

Education

Guibion Ferdinand says education matters, not public or private schools.

Published

on

By

We now have more from Miguel Fevrier’s wide-ranging interview with the Opposition’s lead man on Education. Former School Principal Senator Guibion Ferdinand says whether a school is private or public, a government’s priority should be the education of its people. The context: the recent struggles of Early Childhood Centres in reaching the cost of meeting the reopening protocols. Here is that report.

Continue Reading

Trending

Copyright © 2020 Maintained by DaMajority.com Social Team.