1,400 Jamaican students will be able to get online for classes & take advantage of distance learning following the donation of tablets from Sandals Foundation
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Managing Director of HEART/NSTA Trust, Dr Janet Dyer (right), along with Deputy Director of the Overseas Examinations Commission (OEC) with responsibility for the administration of examinations, Sharon Burnett (centre), sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) permitting the OEC to administer the National Council on Technical and Vocational Education and Training examinations for the period November 2019 to November 2022. Witnessing the signing (at left) is Acting Chief Education Officer in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, Dr Kasan Troupe. The signing took place on Thursday at the OEC’s offices in Kingston (JIS photo).
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information in collaboration with the University of Technology, Jamaica are inviting and offering prospective teachers who are qualified applicants to apply for the annual full-tuition MOEYI Teachers scholarships. This MOEYI Teachers scholarships programme is offering a whopping one hundred (100) Technical and Vocational Education Scholarships. Qualified applicants will win
The issue of how funding secondary education and what should be the expected lines of demarcation between schools (operations) and the Ministry of Education (policy) is again being debated. In my opinion, there can be no doubt that parents should be mandated to contribute to the cost of their children’s education. And, with respect to
The Ministry of Education Sponsored General Teachers’ Scholarship Programme Every year the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information offers over 440 teacher’s scholarship awards to new and enrolled local student teachers in Jamaica’s leading Teacher;’s Colleges. These eligible teachers colleges are the Mico University College, Churches Teachers College, Bethlehem Moravian College, Catholic College of Mandeville, Church Teachers’ College, Mico
The Career Advancement Programme (CAP) is an initiative of the Government of Jamaica through the Ministry of Education, Youth & Information to respond to the swelling number of learners who complete secondary level education without any formal certification and has not matriculated to post-secondary level education or work. This is focused on providing opportunities for