A Haitian delegation from the University College of Romania in Haiti (CUR) left Haiti on April 4th for the Western University of Timisoara (Romania) to participate in the 2nd Edition of the […]
Barbados: is in crisis, the teaching profession has a critical role to play in addressing the challenges this country faces.
Dr. Henderson Carter, Senior Lecturer in History, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, as he delivered the featured address at the Erdiston Teachers’ Training College’s graduation ceremony at the […]
There’s No Such Thing as “Robot-Proofing” Educators promise to keep students safe from professions at risk of automation. That’s impossible.
Last December, entrepreneur Amin Khoury gave Northeastern University’s College of Computer Science a $50 million gift. The money was slated for programs that would help new graduates compete in a marketplace increasingly […]
The University of the West Indies (UWI) should have its first-ever Graduate School of Tourism up and running at its Western Jamaica Campus in Montego Bay by the beginning of 2020. Speaking […]
While Barbados has embraced technical and vocational education, more still needs to be done so as to ensure that those desirous of achieving such qualifications, have access to the highest levels of […]
On Friday, officials from the Ministry of National Education and representatives of the Episcopal Commission for Catholic Education (CEEC) held a working session on a draft agreement on the strengthening of presbyteral […]
Making America’s Kids Smarter – It’s So Easy-NC lawmakers consider bill that would change school grades
A new bill under consideration would adjust the current grading scale, making a score of 85 an A and a score of 70 a B. RALEIGH, N.C. – The North Carolina General Assembly […]