Kingston, Jamaica - As the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) approaches the opening of entries for its 2023 competitions, Honourable Fayval Williams, M.P., Minister of Education and Youth, is encouraging school administrators to integrate the Performing Arts as part of their teaching strategy.
Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis – Male students from the Maude Cross Preparatory school were among several Caribbean youth who benefited from an all-male virtual empowerment session in which male Senior Executives of International Game Technology (IGT) and partners shared insights on personal and professional development.
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.
Miami, FL – Retired Miami Dade College (MDC) professor and alumnus Geoffrey Philp was recently awarded a Silver Musgrave Medal in Literature by the Institute of Jamaica at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. Awarded annually in recognition of excellence in art, science and literature, the Musgrave Medal is named in memory of Sir Anthony Musgrave, the founder of the Institute and the former Governor of Jamaica.
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).
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