News and Announcements

Josephine | November 8, 2016
In today’s mobile-centric, always connected school environments, keeping up with new technology trends can have a major impact on your continued ability to offer your students the education they want...
Josephine | October 10, 2016
The technologies of tomorrow are already making headway into education, and others are poised for mass distribution in 2016.
Josephine | October 10, 2016
Wesley Boynes, president of the Jamaica Independent Schools' Association (JISA), has estimated that more than 300 private schools across the island have been shuttered in the last five years.
Nadine | September 26, 2016
In Part 1 of this series, I examined the principle and practice of performance-based contracting and showed, among other things, that school improvement plans (SIPs), which are being developed and...
Nadine | September 26, 2016
The issue of performance-based contracts for teachers is again a point of public discussion. Frankly, it is time to move from talk to action. The Gleaner raised this matter in its Fourth Floor...
Nadine | September 20, 2016
Lecturer in educational policy, planning, and leadership at the University of the West Indies (UWI)-based School of Education, Dr Canute Thompson, has raised concerns about the gender gap which...
Nadine | September 15, 2016
A pilot research on mathematics, conducted by Mico University College’s Caribbean Centre of Excellence in Mathematics Teaching (CCEMaT), has revealed that building teachers’ knowledge and developing...
Nadine | September 13, 2016
A call for a fresh, new template for training teachers has come from a group of education thinkers who acknowledge that raising teacher quality is a key factor in student achievement.
Nadine | April 21, 2016
The Kenyan Ministry of Education, Science & Technology (MoEST) committed to becoming a Champion country for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) at the Aichi-Nagoya Conference in 2014....