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Attack Schools from the Roots

This is my final article for the month of August, thank you for reading and I will see you in October!

It is interesting to me that no matter how many policies and upgrades are put into the Jamaican education system, the more things change, the more they remain the same. 1,097 more words


Results and the Aftermath

Oh gosh! I remember my days of collecting results. Back then, in the times of dinosaurs it seems, we couldn’t access our results online, so when you collecting results, it would be in front a teacher, your parents and possibly most of your friends. 990 more words

What it feels like

​When your passion and drive are bigger than your fears, you just dive – Viola Davis

It happened. Just like that – it happened. It was like the successful ending to a movie.

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Fishing ELIXIR

A ‘Throw Back‘ photo caught my eye when it was posted by ‘Friend-Not-Yet-Met’, Bill Elliott. As many of my FB Friends know, such a collision of image and timing – can generally dislodge a story, poem, haiku or some sort of textual creation. 107 more words

Les Booth

The Future of the Nation

In my country, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the entire month of May is designated as “Child’s month”. Throughout this month marches are held in the streets, radio and television programs are created to inform the public about activities, the general public is sensitized on issues facing children in general nationally, regionally and internationally, and…well….its exam season….quite fitting. 1,323 more words

The Taste & Shine

Guyana Education Minister opposes students writing numerous CXC subjects

there’s a lunatic fringe in Guyana who revel in children writing and passing large numbers of subject
to this fringe this represents success!
am so glad the minister of education is making steps to confront this fringe… 208 more words


[CXC] Press Release : Give Prominence to Information Technology

Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, Chairman of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) is of the view that every citizen in the region needs to be proficient in Information Technology. 228 more words