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Delay of Grade Six Textbooks

Press Release:-  The Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations wishes to inform parents/guardians that the shipment of Mathematics textbooks for Grade six (6) has been delayed and will be...
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CXC to improve Caribbean History enrollment

GIS: The Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) has established a regional committee that will be tasked with recommending ways in which the syllabus for Caribbean History can be revived to make...

Students’ Council wants top priority for safety

The National Students’ Council  (NSC) has issued a strong warning to the Government of the day to place student safety at the top of the priority list for the...
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BRITISH CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME OPENING FOR APPLICATIONS FROM BARBADOS AND EASTERN CARIBBEAN

PRESS RELEASE:-The British High Commission announces that the UK’s Chevening Scholarship scheme is open for students wishing to study in the UK in the academic year 2017-2018.   Applications will...

ST LUCIANS WIN PRESTIGIOUS CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS

Press Release:-  The Chevening Scholarship winners for 2018 were announced yesterday by British High Commissioner to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Mrs Janet Douglas. Among them are two awardees from...
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UWItv: A game changer in Caribbean education and public outreach

The UWI Regional Headquarters Jamaica. 26 November 2016 – The UWI Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles announced the launch of UWItv, a new multimedia public information and education service....
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Reminder to Retailers of School Supplies of their obligations regarding the Distribution and ...

Castries, August 16th, 2016; The Department of Commerce, International Trade, Investment, Enterprise Development and Consumer Affairs would like to remind retailers of School Supplies of their obligations regarding the...
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Gros Islet Primary holds Students’ Council election

Press Release:-The Gros Islet Primary School will be hosting the school’s first ever Students’ Council Election. The implementation of a Students’ Council has been an initiative Ms. Paula St....

Mary Francis Says School Spanking Is State Sanctioned Assault On Children

Asserting that corporal punishment in schools represents state sanctioned assault on children, human rights advocate, Mary Francis, has welcomed moves to stop the practice. "I welcome the cabinet conclusion to...

April Dagana, top performer in Common Entrance says ‘I feel so excited!’

Camille Henry Memorial School student, April Dagana, emerged as the top performer in this year's Common Entrance Examination with a score of 95.33. She said she was in tears when...