Education

Regional students give CXC failing grade

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A survey conducted among students across the region pointed to extreme dissatisfaction with the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) and the arrangements the agency made...

UWI American Foundation & UWItv host roundtable on reparatory justice to mark Caribbean American...

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The American Foundation for the University of the West Indies (AFUWI), and UWItv will host a virtual roundtable in celebration of the National Caribbean...

Students Create Posters Detailing the Risks of Using Tobacco in Observance of World No...

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The St. Anthony's Secondary School is doing their part in educating their students on the harmful effects of Tobacco use. The senior students at the...

Officials Report Satisfactory Start to the 2021 Grade Six National Assessment

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Officials within the Measurement and Evaluation Unit of the Ministry of Education, Sports and Creative Industries are reporting a satisfactory start to the 2021...

Halo Foundation and Royal Drawing School offer training for local art teachers

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The Halo Foundation has partnered with the Jumby Bay Fund, the Royal Drawing School (RDS)- United Kingdom, and The G (Art Gallery)  in providing...

Wadadli Pen Donates To Other Literacy/Literary Arts Proogrammes

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The Wadadli Youth Pen Prize has gifted copies of Harper Collins’ Big Cat Caribbean books to the Public Library of Antigua and Barbuda and...

Government wants to consult on the question of banning corporal punishment at home and...

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If Prime Minister Gaston Browne has his way, corporal punishment will be abolished not only in schools but in homes. The consensus of Cabinet arrived...

Prime Minister Gaston Browne calls on the region’s young scholars to embrace scholarship

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Prime Minister the Hon. Gaston Browne has called on the region’s young scholars to   embrace the intellectual approach to problem solving.   The country’s leader was speaking...