Sunday, November 18, 2018
Jamaica Observer:-  THE Sandals Foundation has encouraged its 42 “Care for Kids” scholarship recipients to see the value of delegating some time for volunteerism. Outside of the direct value of volunteerism to the building of communities and helping others, volunteerism...
Press Release:-  The Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations wishes to advise the general public of the following, regarding the School Transportation Subsidy Programme for 2018/2019 academic year: Secondary Schools The school transportation subsidy programme will officially resume on...
PRESS RELEASE: The St. Lucia Amateur Swimming Association recently concluded a Level 1 FINA Clinic and a Caribbean Coaching Certification Programme clinic at the St. Lucia Olympic Committee House in La Clery. The five day clinic, which ran from August 20th...
Jamaica Observer:-  EDUCATION, Youth and Information Minister Senator Ruel Reid says a grooming policy for schools will come into effect when the 2018/19 academic year begins in September. He says the ministry has signed off on the policy that will provide...
Press Release:-  Yet another member of Morne Stars Athletics Club is off to the United States on an athletics scholarship for the new academic year. 20-year-old sprinter Allana Paul is now on a full athletics scholarship from Briar Cliff University...
Press Release:-  A number Sandals Foundation Scholarship Recipients joined several team members from Sandals Resorts in Saint Lucia last week, to help with painting and repairs at the Marchand Combined School ahead of students returning for the new school term. The...
Press Release:-The Caribbean Examination Council recently announced that over 11,000 pupils across the region who wrote the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Exam (formerly O’levels) last May/June got no passes. The Caribbean Mentorship Institute has also  raised concern on...
Saint Lucia Teachers Union (SLTU) President, Julian Monrose, has declared that there is confusion reigning at Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC) and says lecturers want the situation resolved before the new school term begins. "We know that there is...
Guyana Chronicle:- “We hitting the road, “There is no more meeting,” The struggle is real “ Those were some of the comments made by teachers after they were informed by President of the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) , Mark Lyte on...
Guyana Chronicle:-  MINISTER of Education, Ms. Nicolette Henry, said talks between the Government of Guyana and the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) held last Thursday were not concluded but rather, some aspects of the union’s terms were agreed and a decision...