WATCH: Saint Lucia Education Officials Plan The Way Forward Amid COVID-19

CLICK TO GET OUR HEADLINE ALERTS
- Advertisement -

Minister with responsibility for Education Hon Shawn Edward and Parliamentary Secretary Sen Hon Pauline Antoine-Prospere met with middle and senior education management of the Ministry to chart the way forward for the education sector for 2022, especially amidst a continued global pandemic.

Chris Satney has more in this report.

- Advertisement -
Editorial Staff
Editorial Staff
Our Editorial Staff at St. Lucia Times is a team publishing news and other articles to over 200,000 regular monthly readers in Saint Lucia and in over 150 other countries worldwide.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Initially, I was giving Shawn the benefit of the doubt but now I am convinced he is a swell-headed brat. Anyway, nothing last for long and soon both he and Michelle Charles will be out of this Ministry and feeling sorry for themselves. The Ministry under Michelle Charles as PS, has not appointed an Education Officer for TVET for over a year and a half now. The Education Officer for TVET is the government’s advisor on TVET matters and should be advising Shawn on all matters to do with TVET. But Shawn does not want to be advised because he wants to go back in time and introduce ancient approaches to education such as a vocational institute. Just like we had Carmichael and Girls Vocational School in the 1960s. The PS is promoting Anthony Felicien, an academic, and Kurt Harris, a hater of TVET to be at the forefront of TVET. Stay tuned for more comic relief in due course.

  2. SMH. So All of a sudden Shawn is an education expert. Guess what not even the PS has a background in Education. Ever wonder why so many kids drop out or leave Secondary School Unemployable.??

  3. A lost generation. To advance kids up the academic chain not having been in class for 2 years. Pure madness.

Comments are closed.

TRENDING

spot_img

Subscribe to our St. Lucia Times Newsletter

Get our headlines emailed to you every day.

spot_img
Several People Hospitalised After Two Vehicles CollideRead
+ +
Send this to a friend