Posted: Wednesday, May 29, 2019. 3:02 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Today, various organizations that hold an interest in the education sector gathered at the Best Western Belize Biltmore Plaza for a round table discussion on evaluating intervention programmes in schools.
The discussion, one of several hosted by Restore Belize, gathered members of the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Human Development, Ministry of Health, and Belize Police Department among others.
Dr. Candy Armstrong, director of Education Support Services in the Ministry of Education, explained that the discussions are geared towards evaluating what has worked with the interventions in place, what has not worked, and which interventions could be replicated and taken to other schools.
Armstrong said the panel reviewed interventions such as the Early Warning System, which looks at students who are exhibiting signs that they may drop out of school and gives additional support for that student to remain in school, along with other interventions such as behavioral intervention strategies, restorative practices and trauma capacity building for teachers.
The discussions are being held under the wider objective of increasing citizen security.
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