October 16, 2020

Schools: to open or not to open?

Distance learning has been underway since September for tertiary and primary schools and October for high schools.
September 24, 2020

Students across the Caribbean express concern over CXC results

In Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana, the Ministries of Education publicized their concerns after thousands of students reported inconsistencies with their grades.
September 21, 2020

Ministry of Education calls out NBZLive for fake news

The Ministry referenced a post on social media made by NBZLive yesterday, which showed a quotation purported from Cellular World, the company that has the government [...]
September 16, 2020

BREAKING NEWS: Government to distribute 15,500 tablets to students; Cellular World owner wins contract

While the Government is fronting the money, it will be reimbursed by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), as well as a grant from the Caribbean Development [...]
September 16, 2020

Minister of Education: Opposition “bothered” by swiftness of e-learning program

They must therefore be bothered, he said, by how swiftly the DigiLearn (high schools) and ProFuturo (primary schools) have been moving forward.
September 16, 2020

Francis Fonseca: Tablets not the way to go for e-learning

Fonseca cited studies saying that computer tablets have been shown as not effective for students participating in e-learning programs and that laptop computers are shown to [...]
September 14, 2020

University of Belize updates students on reinstatement process

Students who were de-registered are urged to follow the following steps to be reinstated to their courses at UB.
September 13, 2020

Organizations collaborate to give distanced learning tips for special needs children

The session will be live-streamed on the Facebook pages of both organizations on Monday, September 14, at 6:30 p.m.