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The Central American University Confederation Meets in Belize

The University of Belize is hosting its counterparts from Central America and the Dominican Republic this week. A two-day event is discussing the quality and standards of education offered by [...]

M.O.E. Reverses Decision; Classes Resume on Wednesday

There will be regular classes on Wednesday, April tenth, now that the I.C.J. Referendum has been postponed. This is the latest and official comment from the Ministry of Education. There [...]

Machaquilah Students’ Journey to P.S.E

On Monday over seven thousand students sat the first half of the Primary School Examination countrywide. There were around thirty exam centres open for students to take the national standardized [...]

9-Year-Old Critical after ATV Accident at School; Who is Responsible?

A student was badly injured at his school about two weeks ago and now his condition is taking a turn for the worse. The primary school in Georgetown Village, Stann [...]

UB Hosts Central American University Confederation

The University of Belize is hosting the one hundred and thirteenth session of the Central American University Confederation. The purpose of the regional organization is to improve the quality of [...]

Over 7,000 Students Sit Day 1 of P.S.E.

Over seven thousand students across the country sat part one of the Primary School Examinations today. Of that number, one hundred and sixty-five students were provided with special arrangements to [...]

Innovation Financial Management, Securing a Sustainable A.C.C.

The Anglican Cathedral College held an open day showcase for its enterprising students. They showed off the creations they made to observe the theme, “Innovation Financial Management Securing a Sustainable [...]

The 2nd Belize National Research Conference

The second Belize National Research Conference was hosted inside the Jaguar Building at the University of Belize, Belmopan. It is part of a strategy among tertiary level institutions and the [...]

Muffles College High School Fails to Reinstate Female Teacher, Ignoring TSC’s Ruling

Muffles College High School in Orange Walk Town has yet to reinstate the female teacher who was placed on administrative leave, despite the ruling of the Teaching Services Commission. The [...]

Catholic Management Explains Where Teachers’ Contributions Are Going

For the past two weeks we’ve shared several stories about the plight of Holy Angels School in Pomona Village in Stann Creek. Since we broke the story, the school has [...]

Bishop Martin School Board Agrees to Hire ‘Emergency Teachers’

The Board of Trustees at Bishop Martin High School has decided to hire ‘emergency teachers’ in order to normalize the school’s operations. In the past two weeks, classes were disrupted [...]

What’s Going on at Catholic Management in Dangriga?

In recent months, Sacred Heart and Holy Angels Roman Catholic primary schools saw students going home because the facilities were in disrepair. Last October, Sacred Heart had to close down [...]

Bishop Martin Teachers Meet with B.N.T.U. and M.O.E. Reps

Today classes resumed at Bishop Martin High School as four of its affected teachers met with officials from the Belize National Teachers’ Union and Ministry of Education. The meeting was [...]

Teaching Services Commission Rules in Favour of Muffles’ Teacher

Earlier in the year, the administration of Muffles College High School in Orange Walk Town reportedly asked a female teacher to resign after her nude pictures were being shared without [...]

…but Muffles College High School Fails to Reinstate Teacher

According to Chief Education Officer, Doctor Carol Babb, a letter will be sent to the school’s principal Margaret Johnston, advising her to honour the Commission’s ruling and reinstate the teacher. [...]

Can UB’s Central Farm Lab Supply Half of the BGA Banana Plants?

Earlier this week we told you about some history making bananas in the south. Two plots were planted on two different farms and they are just about ready to be [...]

Students Stage an Impromptu Protest in Support of Terminated Teachers

Over a hundred students from the Bishop Martin High School staged an impromptu protest this morning as the situation at the high school continues to deteriorate. Four teachers, whose employment [...]

Who’s Responsible for Mess at Bishop Martin High School?

Four teachers, namely: Avid Briceño, Manuel Tzul, Emil Quetzal and Carmen Trejo were issued with letters from the Board asking them to leave the school compound immediately on Wednesday. According [...]

M.O.E. says “Infrastructure and Maintenance” are Commitments of the Catholic Management

On Wednesday we shared the good news that Holy Angels is getting some help. The school still needs more support to get things in order. And as you heard, the [...]

National Menu for School Feeding Programmes is Launched

The Ministries of Education and Health say that they want to see more healthy meals in the schools across Belize. As a part of the initiative, a national menu for [...]

UB Holds Safety and Security Forum

UB President Clement Sankat, today issued a statement on the murder of business students, Kevin Frutos. The twenty-six-year-old from Bullet Tree was found along the George Price Boulevard in Belmopan [...]

Catholic Management says Holy Angels’ Plight is Not its Responsibility

Today only forty-five students showed up at Holy Angels School in Pomona. Most of those students are from the standard-six class. Since parents demonstrated on Monday about the deplorable conditions [...]

Some Help for Holy Angels School, but They Need More Help

And while those are the sentiments of the local manager, the team at Holy Angels has been galvanizing their own support. The school has been singlehandedly coordinating with Westrac, which [...]

Teachers at Bishop Martin High School are Sent Home

There has been a turn of events for the worst for four teachers at the Bishop Martin High School in Orange Walk, whose status for some time now remain undetermined. [...]

An Expo on Early Childhood Development

Early childhood education is critical to ensure that children develop their learning skills to prepare for primary school.  We found out today that it not only includes reading and writing, [...]