Scholarships and Exhibitions will still be awarded

Chief Education Officer Joy Adamson has given the assurance that all...

Union tells teachers not to panic

The country’s largest teachers’ trade union is urging its members...

More students entering UWI

The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus is reporting a...

BSTU: Promise of independent review not enough

The Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) is demanding full...

‘Education officials acting ultra vires’

Chief Education Officer Joy Adamson and Minister of Education Santia...

Top students rewarded

The top three St Bartholomew Primary School students in this year’s...

Students call for CXC watchdog

Hundreds of secondary school students in Barbados and the rest of the...

No easing up on CXC

One day after the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) promised an...

CXC holding its ground on exams

The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) is sticking to its guns. CXC...

No probe, says registrar

The Barbados Government has called on the Caribbean Examinations...

Teachers, parents and students cry foul at this...

A massive online campaign has been launched in Barbados and across the...

CXC reports improved exam results

There have been slight improvements in the Caribbean Secondary...