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17 to compete for Archdiocesan spelling champ title
It’s going to be a battle to claim the title of 50th Archdiocesan spelling champ when 17 competitors go up against each other in a manner of days; each student is the champion from their respective schools. It will either be Kharin Victoria Archer...
 
 
They win — you lose
I remember very well many years ago when I was facilitating a seminar in a particular island in the Caribbean, a young lady asked me if she could speak to me in private after the seminar, of course I agreed. So we sat down and she told me that she ha...
 
 
An educator ensuring success
Educator Tameka Cameron Walker was flabbergasted when she was faced with students who weren’t making the necessary grade point average (GPA), but who could listen to a song, memorize it and understand it. She could not understand why those same pri...
 
 
Maritime institutions forge partnership
The LJM Maritime Academy (LJMMA) and the Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) have established a significant affiliation agreement to partner in areas of mutual interest in the education and training of students enrolled in maritime programs at their r...
 
 
The Bahamas to host Inter-American Meeting of Education Ministers
Education ministers from the Organization of American States (OAS) will come together in The Bahamas next month to discuss the education agenda of the 34 member countries, and by extension, the Latin American and Caribbean region at the ninth Inter-A...
 
 
What’s inside shows on the outside
Yes indeed, as today’s title puts it, what’s inside shows on the outside, yes it does. Excuse me D. Paul, would you please explain exactly what you mean by the title of today’s article because I’m just not getting it, you may query? Why cert...
 
 
Hitting the right notes
The pursuit of dreams and aspirations is indeed possible, if you ask LaKwan Bain. The 20-year-old, who for a time was discouraged, has come to realize that doors will open once you put your mind to achieving goals, and people see that you’re determ...
 
 
Young Marine Explorers to study Hurricane Matthew impact
Young Marine Explorers (YME), a Bahamian marine conservation organization based on New Providence, is working with Coastal Ecology Lab at the University of Miami to document the impact of Hurricane Matthew on coastal and marine resources. The Waitt ...
 
 
Canadian boarding schools to host recruitment fair
A group of 14 of Canada’s most prestigious boarding schools will be on New Providence on Tuesday, January 17 for their annual recruitment fair. The event, organized by Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS), offers families an opportunity ...
 
 
A delicate instrument
I’m guessing that a whole lot of people will be wondering right now about the title of this particular article, a delicate instrument, saying to themself or another, “I wonder what instrument D. Paul is going to be discussing here today?” Well ...
 
 
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