GEORGETOWN, Guyana –The Guyana government has signed an agreement with the International Development Association (IDA) to provide financing for a project that will boost the education sector by expanding access to a quality education at the Secondary level as well as to improve technical and vocational training (TVET).
Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association Foundation Launches Scholarship in Honor of Justice Sylvia Hinds-Radix
NEW YORK, New York – The Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association Foundation (BWBAF) has launched its inaugural law school scholarship in honor of distinguished Barbadian-born jurist, Sylvia Hinds-Radix, currently serving as Corporation Counsel of the City of New York.
Miami Dade College lived up to its title of Democracy’s College on Tuesday as it hosted the Seventh Presidential Dialogue, which brought together several former heads of state and thought leaders from Latin America and Spain to discuss the importance of preserving democracy and institutions in the Western Hemisphere.
As the nation continues struggling with a severe nursing shortage, Miami Dade College (MDC) has pledged to grow its nursing program by 40 percent over the next three years, with generous support from the state, organizations and key partners.
BELMOPAN, Belize – The Belize government says classes will resume on Monday for all schools, including those in the Belize District that are able to return safely following the passage of Hurricane Lisa last Wednesday.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Jamaica government has launched an initiative aimed at ending violence in schools.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – An estimated 15,000 educators across the region, will have the opportunity to benefit from capacity building in key components of the Learning Recovery and Enhancement Program (Let’s REAP) for Caribbean Schools, an intervention designed to address the learning loss that occurred or worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the horrific aftermath of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Tx. on May 24, where 19 young students and two educators were fatally shot by a disgruntled former student, one of the crisis responders tapped to help in dealing with the trauma of such a crisis was Frank Zenere. Zenere is a school psychologist and district coordinator of the Student Services/Crisis Management Program at Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The Ministry of Education Technological and Vocational Training has set up a hotline as the controversy surrounding the survey administered to children in the secondary school system that has offended many citizens.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The Government says the Council of Legal Education (CLE) has approved the country’s request to establish a law school after years of attempts to do so.
Association of Christian Communicators and Media Cautions Jamaican Government Over Restricting Devotions in Schools
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Association of Christian Communicators and Media (ACCM) has called on the Education Ministry to refrain from restricting devotions in public schools.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The University of the West Indies (UWI) on Thursday announced that it has evolved as a “multi-lingual” institution, with a new policy that will require all new undergraduate students to take up a foreign language and become “conversation competent”.
MADRID, Spain - The prestigious online training school, Structuralia, together with the Organization of American States (OAS), have recently opened their last 2022 call for applications for 50% master’s degrees scholarships available to engineering professionals in the Caribbean region.
- President Dr. Irfaan Ali Promises to Expand and Improve Guyana's Education System
- OECS Launches Special Education Needs Survey to Support Students With Disabilities
- Tobago Student Wins Caribbean Tourism Organization Youth Congress
- Calabar Alumni Florida Commits JA$ Five and a Quarter Million Dollars to Health and Wellness Program at Calabar