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Two Vincentian Educators are among ten Principals who were recognized on Saturday night for their sterling contribution to education in various Caribbean Islands. The Principals were presented with tokens of appreciation at a Cocktail Ceremony to mark the culmination of the 27th Biennial Conference and General Meeting of the Caribbean Association of Principals of Secondary… Continue Reading →


The Toastmasters of St. Vincent and the Grenadines have been commended for by Minister of Education, St. Clair Prince for hosting the first ever National Corporate Public Speaking Championship. Five individuals participated in the Finals of the Championship at the Girl Guides Headquarters on Saturday. Trackeisha Davis of the Argyle International Airport was adjudged overall… Continue Reading →


Minister of Education, St. Clair Prince, has said the Schools Safety Programme forms part of efforts to reduce this country’s vulnerability to natural disasters at the national level. He made the point while addressing this week’s launch of the Second Caribbean Ministerial School Safety Forum to be held here on April 29th and 30th. The… Continue Reading →


An official Awards and Recognition Ceremony will be hosted by the Caribbean Examinations Council, CXC here tomorrow. The awards will be presented to the top regional performers in the May/June 2018 examinations of the CXC. The presentations will take place at a ceremony slated for tomorrow night at the Methodist Church Hall in Kingstown. Awards will… Continue Reading →


Preparations are being finalized for the hosting of the Annual Governance meetings of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) her this week The two major meetings – the meeting of the School Examinations Committee and the meeting of Council will be held on December 6th and 7th, under the Chairmanship of Professor Sir Hilary Beckles. On… Continue Reading →


The Republic of China on Taiwan has been commended for being a major partner in this country’s education revolution. Minister of Education, St. Clair Prince, expressed gratitude to Taiwan for its role in this initiative, as he addressed a presentation ceremony for scholarships awarded by Taiwan,at the Methodist Church Hall in Kingstown yesterday. Minister Prince… Continue Reading →


Minister of Education St. Clair Prince has attributed the progress made in the Education sector to the ongoing Education Revolution. Minister Prince spoke of the benefits of this initiative, as he addressed the Schools Independence Rally at the Victoria Park on Tuesday. Tuesday’s Rally featured the presentation of Bursaries; Exhibition Awards and National Scholarship Awards… Continue Reading →