Teachers at the St Joseph Secondary School walked off the job just after midday yesterday citing security concerns and a fear for their safety. The school was dismissed about 12.30 pm and […]
The governmentlaunched yesterday the “One to one” project, to provide 25,500 computers to the same number of teachers in the country, the project also includes students. The launch of the program was held at the Sans Soucí […]
Steven Kerr, director of the Human and Community Development Unit at the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), says that more men will begin to gravitate to the teaching profession if their remuneration […]
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 […]
In order to advance educational quality, the Dominican Republic needs to focus its efforts on training and educating teachers on the use of new technologies and their application in the classroom, since […]