May 30, 2022

University of Belize advises students not to fall for scammers asking for money to take exam

“The University’s management wishes to advise its students that there have been efforts made by individual/s unknown, texting students to visit the Belmopan Campus with monies [...]
May 28, 2022

Belize represented at Education World Forum in London

The Education World Forum is the largest gathering of education and skills ministers.
May 26, 2022

All Saints School going back to virtual classes for a week due to COVID-19

In a letter to parents of two classes at the levels of Standard VI and I, Principal Collin Estrada said that several students tested positive for [...]
May 23, 2022

Caribbean Examinations Council Registrar offers best wishes to candidates for regional examinations

CEO and Registrar of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC), Dr. Wayne Wesley, in a video message, spoke of the “great anticipation” candidates have had for this [...]
May 19, 2022

San Pedro high school case where teacher insulted students resolved, says BNTU

Similar to the current case at St Luke Methodist, a level of frustration existed that led to the outburst.
May 19, 2022

Teachers need tailored counseling program for ‘special level of stress,’ says BNTU

She said there is a need for a specific system for the teaching profession because of what Executive Secretary Keesha Young called a "special level of [...]
May 19, 2022

Belize City Council participates in Stella Maris School’s Career Day

The Belize City Council said that once invited by Stella Maris, they sent representatives from Traffic Enforcement, Sanitation, and Planning Departments to participate in Career Day [...]
May 19, 2022

Belize National Teachers’ Union condemns ‘bullying’ at St. Luke Methodist School after teacher’s emotional social media outburst

The teacher, through her school Union representative, has contacted the Union for intervention.