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Bull Bay All-Age gets science boost

Published:Saturday | October 15, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Executive Director of Scientific Research Council (SRC) Dr Cliff Riley (second right) presents the Improving Innovation Capacities in the Caribbean Project (INVOCAB) sign to Bull Bay All-Age School principal Justin Duncan (left) and teacher Lorraine Francis-Wright (second left) during a science laboratory commissioning ceremony at the school in St Thomas on Thursday. At right is manager of the information services division at the SRC, Kerry-Ann Curtis. The INVOCAB project, being done in conjunction with the Trinidadian agency, National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology, is a science-based project geared at helping students to improve performance in the science and technology subject areas. The project, valued at $130 million, is supported by the European Union and the Government of Jamaica. The Government has also donated $30,000 to each participating school to provide security for the labs. Local partners of INVOCAB include the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information; the University of Technology; The Mico University College; and Church Teachers’ College.