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Teachers, volunteers trained at LDI to work with special needs students
Teachers and volunteers from Baha Mar’s Leadership Development Institute (LDI) began a two-day training seminar to welcome four students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) into the training and recruitment program yesterday. The...
 
 
It ain’t over!
There’s a well-known saying that many use over and over again and that phrase is “It ain’t over till it’s over”. This phrase is attributed to baseball great Yogi Berra. Lenny Kravitz also wrote and recorded a song with that same title, and ...
 
 
Student news
Tarpum Bay student on honor roll at Lawrence Academy GROTON, MA — Junior Aleice Goodman earned academic high honors for the spring trimester at Lawrence Academy in Groton, Mass. Aleice serves as a proctor in her dormitory and competed for the vars...
 
 
A journey that started out on faith
Charles Rose Jr.’s journey from his home on Grand Bahama to graduating from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering started out with $3,000 in his pocket and lots of faith that he ...
 
 
The world’s most dangerous game
Now I bet my bottom dollar, as that saying goes, that when some people read the title of this particular article “The World’s Most Dangerous Game” they’ll immediately start to speculate about what particular game I’m referring to. Many may ...
 
 
National Standardized High School Diploma on the cards for the next academic year
When public schools reopen in September for the academic year, students will have to meet specific standardized criteria to earn a high school diploma, according to Minister of Education Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald. On a 4.00 grade poin...
 
 
Second Bahamian in 17 years to study at U.S. Coast Guard Academy
For only the second time in more than 17 years, a Bahamian has been accepted into the prestigious United States Coast Guard Academy on a full academic scholarship. Midshipman Darius Adams will pursue a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering a...
 
 
24 outstanding primary school students rewarded for academic excellence
For the past 12 years, Paul Smith, CEO of Electro Telecom has rewarded 12 outstanding students from primary schools in the Northwestern District with laptops for their high academic achievements. The philanthropic program started at Oakes Field Prima...
 
 
Students get a lesson on court and the judiciary
Students from schools around the country, at various points during the school year, either visited the Court of Appeal or had a member of the judiciary visit their schools to speak to them and educate them as to what happens at court in an effort to ...
 
 
Librarians challenged to attract more citizens to their facilities
Librarians were challenged to make every effort to attract more citizens, particularly students, to visit libraries and other information agencies, by Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald, during the recent 44th Association...
 
 
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