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Education Minister denies deferring blame for schools’ unreadiness

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Education Minister Dr. Gale Rigobert has responded to suggestions that she has deferred the blame for the unreadiness of a number of school plants.
The Micoud North MP has come under fire for the fact that numerous schools are starting the 2019-2020 academic year later than the scheduled September 2nd commencement date.
Dr. Rigobert spoke to Miguel Fevrier following a meeting with parents at the newly merged Mon Repos- Patience Combined Schools
Meanwhile Teachers Union President Julian Monrose remains mum on the delays.

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EDUCATION OFFICIAL EXTENDS ATTENDANCE APPEAL FOR GRADE SIX STUDENTS

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Parents of grade six students ant national primary schools are being encouraged to return students to the classrooms. The call was issued by the islands Chief Education officer Dr. Fiona Philip Mayer, who underscored the value of continuing instruction despite completion of transitional exams.

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PRIMARY SCHOOL CURRICULUMS TO CHANGE?

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The possibility of implementing adjustments to the national primary school curriculum is being examined by Saint Lucia’s Ministry of Education. Efforts have been undertaken by local officials, to engage stakeholders on the merits of introducing an evolved learning structure, through the support of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States.

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SJC STUDENTS SHOWCASE CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS AT FAIR

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The Saint Joseph’s Convent auditorium Hall was a hive of excitement as students were afforded the opportunity to discover the various clubs at the school. The club showcase was aimed at increasing student involvement at SJC.

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