January 21, 2022

St. Catherine’s Academy announces temporary suspension of face-to-face classes

SCA said that the school will revert to online classes only for the next few weeks.
January 20, 2022

Ministry of Education finds small amounts of teachers and students infected with COVID-19 as schools reopen

Between January 10 and 17, the Ministry’s COVID-19 Reporting System confirmed 313 cases of COVID-19 among all teachers and 456 among all students nationwide for a [...]
January 18, 2022

Point and Counter Point: Sleeping on the job – No UB President for two years

By Dorian A. Barrow, Ph.D., Florida State University: It has been two years since our national university, The University of Belize (UB), has been without an [...]
January 18, 2022

Minister of Education satisfied with reopening of schools: ‘We have good systems in place’

Fonseca noted that of the 605 schools in the country, 570 have applied for approval for some form of hybrid learning which includes face-to-face classes, with [...]
January 15, 2022

Education Ministry anticipates most schools will conduct in-class instruction by end of January

Earlier this week, 198 of 570 approved schools opened for face-to-face instruction on January 10. Already there are rumors of COVID-19 cases at some schools but [...]
January 13, 2022

Cuba awards 14 scholarships to Belizeans to further studies in Cuba

By Rubén Morales Iglesias:
January 13, 2022

Ministry of Education: Just over 1 percent of teachers doing hybrid learning have COVID-19

The MOECST said that, as of today, January 13, 2022, 569 schools were approved for transition into hybrid learning, which includes face-to-face classes. This represents around [...]
January 12, 2022

Sacred Heart College postpones face-to-face classes

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Sacred Heart College in San Ignacio said the institution is postponing face-to-face classes until January 31 due to “the sudden rise of [...]