News and Announcements

Nadine | March 24, 2016
By paying tribute to the men and women whose only instrument is free speech, the head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognized the value of poetry...
Nadine | October 13, 2015
"Get a Jamaican and they're here for life"
Nadine | September 14, 2015
A pilot programme for the Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education, is currently underway in several teaching institutions across the island
Nadine | August 26, 2015
By teaching, communicating and transmitting the history of the slave trade the world can reinforce the rights and the dignity of people of African descent and, together, fight against all forms of...
Nadine | August 5, 2015
Having raised sixth-form fees at Ardenne High by 20 per cent, principal of the school Nadine Molloy has argued that such an increase is justified given that well-funded sixth-form programmes tend to...
Nadine | August 5, 2015
Academic life can be a rigorous and demanding one. This is why one University of Technology (UTech) researcher is calling for junior lecturers at the tertiary level to be mentored and coached by...
Althea | July 7, 2015
Althea | May 19, 2015
• Caribbean Educators and legislators have been commended for the progress made to standardise vocational education, and the impact this is having on human capital development and...