Government Committed To Education Assistance

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The Department of Education, Innovation and Vocational Training wishes to inform parents
and guardians that government remains committed to its promise to pay facilities fees for
respective government schools, at both the primary and secondary school levels, for the
academic year 2022/2023.

The Department will reimburse parents/guardians who have made facilities fees payments for their child/ward.

The Department of Education, Innovation and Vocational Training also wishes to inform
parents and guardians of students who sat the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA)
that registration for the Education Access Fund, for the $500 Bursary Assistance, is being
conducted daily at the respective District Education Offices.

The Annual Book Bursary Programme is also being administered daily from 9:00am to 3:00pm for disadvantaged students.

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For schools in the Castries Districts, the programme is ongoing at the RC Boys Infant School. Schools in District Five are being served at the Micoud Secondary School, whilst schools in District Six, Seven and Eight can get assistance at the respective District Education Offices.

All Covid-19 protocols will be enforced.

Source: Ministry of Education. Headline photo: Stock image (Courtesy Annie Spratt)

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  1. Government need to look into the schools that are adding made up fees in other to collect back that 100 dollar. I said what I said

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