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New primary grade assessment framework for OECS school

Parents and students in the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) are being urged to get fully acquainted with the new primary...

E-books Licencing Fee Reduced – Officials

Education Officials negotiating the reduction of fees in the controversial e-books scandal say they have been able to reduce the annual payment.

‘No Hanky Panky:’ Minister Breaks Silence on E-books Scandal

Education Minister Michael Browne has assured the general public that he did not receive a kick back during the procurement of E-books...

Opposition Leader Calls For Removal Of Education Minister

Opposition leader Jamale Pringle has called for a new person to be placed at the helm of the Ministry of Education.

T. N. Kirnon Primary Wins Spelling Bee Competition

The Rotaract Club of Antigua today announced that Timaurie Burnette, a fifth-grader at the T. N. Kirnon Primary School, has won the...

Halo Generation Y hosts students for Youth Empowerment Retreat

The Halo Foundation Generation Y, the youth arm of the Halo Foundation, over the weekend hosted FUTURE PROOF -- an empowerment retreat...

Grammarian tops Halo Christmas Art Competition

Joshua Edwards of the Antigua Grammar School emerged as overall winner of the Halo Christmas Art Competition 2018. Joshua entered in the...

E-book Scandal Exposed, PM Warns Of Consequences

Prime Minister Gaston Browne is warning of consequences for officials and others who signed a contract for the provision of e-books to...

E-books Scheme Going Ahead

It appears that the controversial e-books initiative of the Ministry of Education is about to become permanent. The scheme...

Throne Speech details how Antigua will pay for UWI Campus

Governor General Sir Rodney Williams has detailed how the government plans to fund the costly venture of a full Uiversity of the...

UWI wants to be sure Antigua can afford landed campus

University of the West Indies negotiators are seeking further assurances that government can afford to undertake the costly venture of running a...

Director of Education Pays Tribute to Late Principal

The Director of Education Clare Browne is paying tribute to the work of former Antigua Girls High School Principal Mrs. Yvette Samuel.

Principal denies illness at school

The principal of the New Winthorpes Primary School is denying that students took ill at the institution recently. Parents...

From the sugar plantations of Antigua to the steps of the Minnesota Capitol: one...

(RePublished from TWIN CITIES) By MADDIE DEBILZAN | mdebilzan@pioneerpress.com and DEANNA WENIGER | dweniger@pioneerpress.com |November 23, 2018 at 5:00 am Tiger moms aren’t just...

UWI To Receive Hundreds Of Millions In Reparations Payment

The University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom has agreed to pay £200 million in reparation payments to the University of the...

Ministry of Social Transformation Holds Career Training for Boys

The Ministry of Social Transformation, in collaboration with international fatherhood programme Deeds Driven Dads, held its first career training for at-risk boys under the...

Antigua State College hosts Major Health Fair

The Headquarters of the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment was buzzing with activities November 9, 2018 as the Antigua State...

UWI Five Islands Getting Set To Open By September 2019

The government says work is continuing to ensure that the University of the West Indies Fourth Landed Campus at Five Islandsopens its...

Antigua and Barbuda to host Inter-American Ministerial meeting on Education

Antigua and Barbuda will host the Tenth Inter-American Meeting of Education Ministers in July 2019.  This was confirmed today at a meeting of...

No School On Referendum Day

All public schools will remain closed on November 6, the Ministry of Education has announced. It said in a...

Referendum Education Team Goes To Barbuda

The Information Train for the National Referendum will be moving through the city of St. John’s tomorrow, National Dress Day.

UWI Mona deregisters hundreds of students over non-payment of tuition fees

The Mona campus of the University (UWI) has deregistered nearly 800 students after they failed to pay tuition fees, the Jamaica Gleaner...

Fifteen Million From CDB To Repair Schools -Gov’t

The Minister of Education Michael Browne has reportedly told Cabinet that a $15 million dollar loan application to the Caribbean Development Bank has...

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