Category Archives: Academic News

Matriculate

All Primary Students Must Matriculate to Secondary

All Primary Students Must Matriculate to Secondary School – Minister of education Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says he is determined to have 100 per cent of primary-level students matriculate into secondary schools for a full five-year course of study. Speaking to students from Wolmer’s Boys’ and Girls’ schools

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Grad School

Tech-Oriented New York Grad School Opens

A new grad school that backers hope will boost New York’s status as a center of high-tech innovation is opening. The city’s quest to make itself a legitimate rival to Silicon Valley as a high-tech hub has long bumped up against some harsh realities, among them the fact it hasn’t had a top-tier technology school

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CAPE

Teen Aces CSEC and CAPE Maths in Same Sitting

Mathematics is a nightmare for most students. Not 16-year-old Adjaynae Billings. The Ardenne High School student who just finished fifth form is proving to be a maths genius, having scored grade 1 in both CAPE and CSEC for pure mathematics which is usually sat in lower and upper sixth, respectively. The advanced achievement isn’t his

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Law School Students

How to Go to Law School for Free

Experts say eloquent law school admissions essays and strong LSAT scores boost the odds of a full scholarship. Although it’s typical for law students to acquire a six-figure debt burden during law school, it’s possible to earn a J.D. without paying a cent of tuition. That’s what happens when you win a full scholarship. Michelle

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CMI Campus

CMI Campus for St. Thomas

The Government is looking at establishing a full campus of the Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI Campus) in the parish of St. Thomas. This was disclosed by Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, at a Think Tank held at the Jamaica Information Service (JIS) head office in Kingston on Tuesday (September

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