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Delta State officials turn to BIMAP

22 March 2015

HAVING FAILED in their most recent attempt to find an educational institution to accommodate the 70-odd Nigerian students who have been languishing here since last December, organisers have now turned to the Barbados Institute of Management and Productivity (BIMAP). Read More

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Students told be aware of warning signs

21 March 2015

TSUNAMIS ARE FOREIGN to this part of the world, but schoolchildren are still being readied in case one of them visits these regional shores Read More

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‘Drink more tap water’

21 March 2015

THE BARBADOS BOTTLING Company (BBC) is giving away close to 1 000 bottles of water for World Water Day. Read More

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Road safety for little ones

21 March 2015

THE MESSAGE of road safety is being carried by the little ones across the island, and Eden Lodge Nursery was the first. Read More

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Redman: CXC offer insult to teachers

21 March 2015

THE CARIBBEAN Examinations Council (CXC) is involved in profit-making above and beyond what such an organisation should be, says Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union president Mary Redman. Read More

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Another bid for inclusion

21 March 2015

A CASE IS BEING made for disabled children to be incorporated into the mainstream education system. Read More

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11 young ones for singing contest

20 March 2015

ELEVEN YOUNGSTERS will take to the stage tomorrow at 4 p.m. to vie for top honours in the second annual Gems of Blackman & Gollop Primary School Calypso Competition. Read More

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Not business as usual for PTA body

20 March 2015

IF THE NEWLY ELECTED executive committee of the Barbados National Council of Parent Teacher Associations (NCPTA) has its way, it will not be business as usual for Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs) in Barbados. Read More

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BLP fee promise

19 March 2015

IF VOTED BACK into office, a Barbados Labour Party (BLP) administration will set up a task force on education and remove any need for students to pay part of their tuition fees. Read More

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Free education can’t continue

19 March 2015

GOVERNMENT DOES not plan to reduce the opportunities for people to advance by education and other means, but in the future Barbadians should expect to carry “a little more of the burden” of the cost of such projects. Read More

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