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Education

 
Moving beyond ‘chalk and talk’
There is so much more to learning than just the “chalk and talk” which is why St. John’s College (SJC) physics teacher Father Shazz Turnquest is excited that a group of his students are in the process of building a full-sized solar powered car ...
 
 
Bahamian barrister recognized by top Privy Council judge
Noted young Bahamian barrister Barry N. Griffin was recognized by the head of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council and President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, Lord Neuberger. Griffin who is a junior barrister, called to the Utte...
 
 
Access and opportunity
The advantages and disadvantages of social media and freedom of speech and justice for juveniles was the debate topic tackled by youth parliamentarians as one of the activities of the activities during National Youth Month in which 38 youth — 23 ou...
 
 
The ostrich syndrome
I guess that some of my readers will indeed be a bit puzzled by the title of today’s article, the ostrich syndrome, and that’s understandable as it’s a term which I’ve just coined. So D. Paul, what exactly does it mean, what is it meant to co...
 
 
Dr. Rudolph Moseley Jr.’s on an educational revolution
Investing in kindergarten through primary school-aged students will yield the greatest results for a country in the future, according to Dr. Rudolph Moseley Jr., executive director at Time2 (Times squared) STEM Academy, the only kindergarten through ...
 
 
BTVI’s Northern Campus faculty supports Sister Sister (Breast) Cancer Support Group
The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) joined with the Sister Sister (Breast) Cancer Support Group in support of further awareness of the prevalence of breast cancer and early detection of the deadly disease. On October 25 the norther...
 
 
20 complete NTA Exuma’s four-week mandatory workforce preparatory soft skills program
National Training Agency delivers skilled and qualified labor for Exuma A group of Exumians are prepared to enter the workforce after completing the first half of a program designed to equip young Bahamians with workplace readiness skills. Twenty tr...
 
 
The high road or the low road?
Don’t ever forget my friend that life is all about making choices day after day, year in and year out. Now when it comes to our constant pursuit of a happy, fulfilled and successful life, across the board, we always have a choice as to how we actua...
 
 
Going above and beyond
While the Ministry of Education has extended the fall semester by one week to allow teachers to try to catch students up on the material lost in the three-week closure of schools due to Hurricane Matthew, the administration at Garvin Tynes Primary Sc...
 
 
Catholic faith signs and symbols displayed on Aquinas College campus
A St. Thomas Aquinas quote says, “Man should not consider his material possession his own, but as common to all, so as to share them without hesitation when others are in need.” It is a reminder of the important role all Catholic Board of Educati...
 
 
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