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Early Childhood Development Workshop Hosted by MOE

Early Childhood Development- it’s about the comprehensive care for children up to age eight and it is something that we are tackling locally. It is a matter of great importance. [...]

Belize Kids First Offers High School Scholarship

Are you looking for funds to pay for your high school tuition? Well, you may just be the student that Belize Kids First Organization is looking for. Anne Palacio President [...]

Annual Cancer Care Symposium Held in Belize

During the month of May, the Belize Cancer Society annually holds events to bring attention to cancer. The society and its partners held the annual cancer care symposium in Belize [...]

CSME Conducts Workshops on Membership Opportunities

One of a series of workshops to train teachers to become effective communicators of Caribbean Single Market And Economy took place in Belize City today. The CSME Unit partnered with [...]

Nine Students Suspended for Nude Photos

A group of high school students find themselves in plenty of trouble tonight after school authorities discovered that they were circulating nude photographs on social media. That was offensive enough [...]

Faber Speaks on Mass Suspension

When we spoke with Minister of Education Patrick Faber, he said it was the first time that he was hearing of the incident. He told the media that according to [...]

ITVET Hosts Annual Open Day

The Belize City ITVET will be hosting its annual Open Day on Thursday. It’s an opportunity for students to show the skills they’ve acquired through displays of goods and services. [...]

G.O.B. Plans Summer Of Sports Program Through M.O.E.Y.S.

The government has come under considerable fire for the controversial Petrocaribe Loans Act. Last week, the Prime Minister announced there will be amendments taken to the House.  Still yet, G.O.B. [...]

PM Says Teachers and Public Servants Are Indeed Benefiting from Petrocaribe

BNTU President Luke Palacio, in an interview with the media last week, said the prime minister attempted to mislead the nation when he stated that teachers and public servants were [...]

Outstanding Teachers Honored

The Ministry of Education today recognized the best of the best at its seventh annual “Outstanding Teachers and School Leaders of the Year Awards.” Teachers from across the country gathered [...]

Unicomer Donates to Salvation Army

Thousands of students are going to school without the basic supplies and food to carry them through classes. But all that is about to change for a group of forty [...]

Belizean Professor, Doctor Luz Longsworth, Assumes Principalship of UWI Open Campus

Since the beginning of May, there have been two major changes in the administration of the University of the West Indies.  Senior management changes, including the promotion of Professor V. [...]

…Changes Took Effect May First

Professor Barriteau’s move to the Cave Hill Campus comes as incumbent Sir Hilary Beckles transitions to his new position as Vice Chancellor of the university.  That change also came into [...]

Alleged Child Predator Cannot Teach In Belize Again

A Mopan Technical high school teacher, who was accused of sending sexually explicit messages to a male student, has been dismissed from his job. Today, Minister of Education, Patrick Faber [...]

MoE Says Sexual Misconduct Will Not Be Tolerated

The minister of education drove home the point that the ministry will not tolerate predators within the system and that the action taken again Puc will serve as an example [...]

Ocean Academy Wins Innovation Challenge

High school students from throughout the Belize District were challenged to come up with innovative concepts to address youth and employment issues. It came down to the wire among fifteen [...]

Shandel Parham is Belize District’s Top Speller

The Twenty-first National Coca-Cola Spelling Bee is underway and the Belize District Finals were held today at the Belize Elementary School Auditorium.  Of the sixteen participants who competed, Shandel Parham [...]

Climate Change Environmental Club Launched

Five Belmopan High schools were the first in the Caribbean to initiate a network of school based environmental clubs with a strong climate change focus. The launch of the network [...]

P.U.P. Hands Over Tablets to Hattieville School

Fourteen new tablets were handed over to the Hattieville Government School by the People’s United Party today. But while the gesture was welcomed, it is the information on that portable [...]

UB Students Raise Earth Day Awareness

And from Guanacaste Park to the University of Belize- the Earth Day celebration continues. We stopped in at UB to check out the festivities, where visiting students were able to [...]

O.A.S. Recognizes Students in Model Summit

A Belizean delegation participated in a simulation summit for the O.A.S. at the end of last month in the Caribbean. They joined over a hundred delegates for sessions to role-play [...]

NICH Announces Winners of Logo Competition

The Institute of Social and Cultural Research through NICH is in the process of gathering data on historical events. The Belize History Association was formed to engage persons from all [...]

What’s Next for the Belize History Association?

But with the official logo finally completed, what’s next for the Belize History Association?   Giovanni Pinelo, Research and Education Officer, ISCR “The input from artists, the input from oral [...]

1000 Preschoolers Attend Expo in the City

If there is one place where work is mostly play, it’s in the classroom; a preschool classroom, that is. But it’s not just any kind of play; it’s one that [...]

Students Sit PSE Part I

Students from across the country sat Part One of the Primary School Examination which sets the stage for them to advance to secondary school. It is not a requirement, except [...]