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Youths with Diverse Abilities Take on Media Responsibilities for Children’s Day

Every year on November twentieth, Belize observes World Children’s Day, and this is the sixth year that Belize has joined the international community in celebrating the occasion. It is done [...]

P.M. Briceño to B.N.T.U.: Teachers’ Early Return to School is Non-Negotiable

The Government of Belize is standing firm on its decision to have teachers and students return to the classroom only four days after Hurricane Lisa made landfall. Prime Minister John [...]

Diddy Offers Full University Scholarship to Deserving Belizean Students

A scholarship opportunity to pursue higher education at Howard University in the United States is being made available to Belizean students who are interested in pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees [...]

Teachers and MoECST at Odds Over School Reopening

The Belize National Teachers Union is up in arms tonight after the Ministry of Education announced on Sunday that classes within the Belize District will resume on November seventh. According [...]

B.N.T.U. Says, Teachers Have Lost Trust in MoESCT

And, President Smith says her teachers have lost trust in the ministry. She says, based on this weekend’s event and previous occurrences, teachers are no longer able to believe that [...]

Schools Set to Reopen on Monday

Classes across the country are expected to resume on Monday. Many of those classrooms are used as hurricane shelters. Minister of Education Francis Fonseca has requested that NEMO makes an [...]

Junior Minister of Education on Cancelation of Classes

Turning back to our preliminary coverage of Tropical Storm Lisa, while with Doctor Louis Zabaneh this morning, he also spoke about the decision taken by the Ministry of Education to [...]

Classes Cancelled Until Further Notice

It was a normal school day across the country today; however, classes for all schools will be suspended starting Tuesday, November first until further notice. That was an announcement made [...]

Fourteen of Seventeen Teachers of Holy Cross Primary Walk Out

Today the vast majority of teachers at Holy Cross Anglican Primary School in San Pedro walked out of their classrooms on grounds that the school’s management has owed them two [...]

Prison Wardens Get Their Certifications as Corrections Officers

Today, a cohort of thirty employees at the Belize Central Prison, including prison wardens and other members of staff, was awarded for having completed the first-ever Corrections One Academy Online [...]

Belize High School Robotics Students Return Home with Gold

Returning home today, after capturing gold at the Annual Global Challenge in Switzerland, was a group of students from the Belize High School in Belize City. Their achievement was the [...]

Meet Doctors Said Musa and Lord Rhaburn

On Saturday, former Prime Minister Said Musa and legendary musician Lord Rhaburn were conferred honorary degrees by the University of Belize during its commencement exercise.  The academic degree for which [...]

All Saints Alumni Donates Equipment and Scholarships to His Alma Mater

This morning, All Saints School in Belize City received a generous contribution of over ten thousand dollars from a benefactor who was once a student at the primary school.  The [...]

Intrusive Question Removed from Code Caribbean Project Survey

The Code Caribbean Project Survey has been halted following reaction from Belize and Barbados over certain questions that were posed to students as part of a school-based competency test.  The [...]

Celebrating Teacher’s Assistants on International Teacher’s Day

This week, teachers were celebrated in recognition of their efforts through International Teachers Day. It’s a day where all teachers can be given their flowers for the cohort of children [...]

St Mary’s Students Settling in at Samuel Haynes Institute of Learning

Students of Saint Mary’s Primary School, who from the start of the school year have had to travel over to Mahogany Street to have classes in the Samuel Haynes Institute [...]

Will S.J.C Steal U.B’s Thunder? Not At All, Says Education Minister

In 2021, Saint John’s College was granted a license to operate as a four-year institution, now making it one of three tertiary-level educational institutions that offer undergraduate and graduate studies [...]

All Saints Receives Projectors from the Ministry of Education

Covid taught us that in the face of a global health debacle, life needed to progress, even when the pandemic restricted us from interfacing with each other. The digital and [...]

YWCA Women Learning Non-Traditional Skills

It’s probably several decades late, but Belize now has a formal driving course where women can learn how to become professional drivers. Now, sixteen young women from the Young Women’s [...]

Free Laptops for Excelsior Students from Ministry of Education

It’s one of four Belize City high schools that have been selected for the Education Upliftment Program dubbed Together We Rise. Students who attend the four institutions: Sadie Vernon, Excelsior, [...]

Government Seeks Funds to Help Rebuild St Mary’s School

At the start of the school year, parents of children attending Saint Mary’s Primary School were taken aback when they learned that they needed to make eleventh-hour arrangements to have [...]

MoE Still Engaged with St Luke’s to Settle with Aggrieved Teacher

Back in May, we watched a Facebook live post in dismay as Saint Luke Primary School teacher, Joanna Ysaguirre broke down in tears and shared what she felt was sheer [...]

Students Gravitate to Ann-Marie’s Book on Women in Politics

She’s long moved on from news reporting, the National Women’s Commission and politics. In fact, Ann-Marie Williams lives in Guyana where she holds the post of Deputy Program Manager for [...]

The Importance of Media Literacy in the Digital Age

This afternoon at Anglican Cathedral College, students participated in a skit depicting the harmful effects of spreading fake news, libel and slander, as well as maligning other individuals in the [...]

Patriotism Revitalized at the Belize City Children’s Rally 2022

For the past two years, it has been held virtually, but today thousands of primary school students converged at the Belize City Civic Center for the annual children’s rally. The [...]