March 4, 2022

Battery powered Aptus PI mini-personal computer to simplify access to digital learning platforms

The mini-personal computer requires only battery power which can be recharged via grid power or solar charger, as needed. It can host 64 gigabytes (GB) of [...]
March 3, 2022

Build Belize makes donation of laptops to students

Under its “Donate to Educate” program, student recipients will be required to demonstrate responsibility and a certain level of accountability for the devices. As a part [...]
March 1, 2022

United States donates new school building in rural Belize

Built at a cost of US$435,000, the three-classroom building comes with a four-stall restroom, an elevated water tank, and a sidewalk connecting the facility to existing [...]
February 28, 2022

Minister of Education says school going well despite COVID challenge

“We are now up to 589 [schools] that have been approved for going back to hybrid learning out of that 605 [total schools]; of that, I [...]
February 18, 2022

Ministry of Education looking at curriculum reform in Corozal

By Rubén Morales Iglesias:
February 16, 2022

Belize Electricity Limited improves accessibility for students at St. Peter’s Anglican School with wheelchair ramps and sidewalk

The upgrades, which were done with a contribution from BEL in 2021, saw the installation of a sidewalk and wheelchair ramps that connect the four school [...]
February 8, 2022

CXC returns to May/June examination schedule

CAPE examinations will be held between May 2 and June 10 and CSEC examinations between May 2 and June 3. Official timetables are available at www.cxc.org/download-timetables.
February 7, 2022

Point and Counter Point: The Consortium for Belize Educational Cooperation – Heaven, Hell or Purgatory?

By Dorian A. Barrow, Ph.D., Florida State University: The Consortium For Belize Educational Cooperation (COBEC) might well be a unique organization among higher education collaborations. It [...]