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

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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.

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Former George Charles Secondary site to be put to use?

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Plans are afoot for the former home of the now nonexistent George Charles Secondary School, some five years after closure. In 2017 the institution saw the last cohort of students emerge from its doors, yet according to Education Minister Shawn Edward, an examination will soon be executed, on the use of the now derelict location.

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Minister dubs student performance a reflection of Educators

The performance of national students has been deemed an indication of efforts expended by educators guiding their instruction.
The analysis was presented by Minister with responsibility for Education Hon Shawn Edward, who earlier today issued a series of updates highlighting the direction expected to be taken in providing oversight to matters falling under the purview of the ministry.
According to the Education Minister recent changes are expected to shape educational affairs in the months ahead.

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The performance of national students has been deemed an indication of efforts expended by educators guiding their instruction. The analysis was presented by Minister with responsibility for Education Hon Shawn Edward, who earlier today issued a series of updates highlighting the direction expected to be taken in providing oversight to matters falling under the purview of the ministry. According to the Education Minister recent changes are expected to shape educational affairs in the months ahead.

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IS A TEACHING FLAW CAUSING CSEC STUDENTS TO FAIL MATH?

Saint Lucian CSEC students collectively registered the island’s highest math average in the last three years – 49.54%. Although Saint Lucia outperformed the CSEC region in 2021, one local educator says unless there’s a rethink of how students are taught math parents and teachers can expect more failing grades in the years to come.

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Saint Lucian CSEC students collectively registered the island’s highest math average in the last three years – 49.54%. Although Saint Lucia outperformed the CSEC region in 2021, one local educator says unless there’s a rethink of how students are taught math parents and teachers can expect more failing grades in the years to come.


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