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Education

 
Learning new lessons
All-Bahamas Merit Scholar Shannon Butler is finally in the trenches and loving it. The second year university student who is in his first year of medicine at St. Andrew’s University in Scotland returns to university on Friday to commence the secon...
 
 
BTVI students fulfill graduation requirements
The skills learned at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) are now being applied in the workplace by 67 students on four-week internships for the spring semester. Interns will work for 40 hours a week each, amounting to 160 hours â€...
 
 
Mission: Educate Bahamas Foundation raises $193K
Eight local businesses and organizations contributed a combined $193,000 to the “Mission: Educate Bahamas Foundation” in a newly formed private/public sector partnership geared towards improving education in public primary schools. The funding w...
 
 
Mental vitamins
There’s no doubt about it, a whole lot of people have become a lot more health conscious than they used to be and are thus concentrating on ways in which they can be more fit. So they eat right, exercise regularly and take a whole lot of supplement...
 
 
Oakes Field Primary School teachers show appreciation to their students
Teacher Appreciation Days are intended to be special days for the appreciation of teachers and may include celebrations to honor them for their contributions, but in a twist on the norm, the teachers at Oakes Field Primary School decided to show appr...
 
 
Learning beyond the classroom
When most people think about education, they think in terms of school buildings, libraries, textbooks and teachers. But education does not just apply to formal education. It is very much a part of daily life and encompasses what is heard, read, seen ...
 
 
CIBC FirstCaribbean donates to Junior Achievement scholarships
CIBC FirstCaribbean has been a Junior Achievement (JA) company mentor, sponsoring a high school team, for over a decade, however, this year, when the bank found itself unable to participate in its usual way, CIBC FirstCaribbean honored the longstandi...
 
 
Canadian boarding schools promote benefits of studying in Canada
Generations of Bahamians have chosen to attend an accredited boarding school in Canada to prepare them for the demands and expectations of university, and today a group of 16 of Canada’s most prestigious boarding schools are in town to continue to ...
 
 
Students told of importance of Majority Rule Day
As the nation celebrated its second Majority Rule Day holiday, Carlton Francis Primary School students were reminded of the importance of why they can celebrate the day, and to always be mindful of the people that made the sacrifice for Bahamians of ...
 
 
The super program that is creating super kids
At one time or other, every child has wanted to become a super hero or a super version of themselves. Now children in public primary schools across the country have the opportunity to become “super kids” by participating in a program called “Su...
 
 
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