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Like Spanish or French, language acquisition can be quite easy for children. Coding, although it is not a spoken language, is no exception.

Jamaica’s primary and high school students are poised to become the next generation of innovators in the fast-growing digital economy. With the recent announcement of a $150-million partnership involving Digicel, the Amber Group and the Ministry of...

At present, students’ agitation is on the increase. However, it is not their fault. They are in themselves very good-natured. The fault lies with the teachers, elders and the Government. It is a decided factor that the emphasis of the present...
Outstanding CARIMAC master’s graduate Kaneal Gayle with a symbolic cheque  he received from Shanoy Coombs, CEO of Infinity IMC ( right), as CARIMAC director Livingston White looks on.

Communications company Infinity Integrated Marketing Communications Limited (Infinity IMC) rewarded Kaneal Gayle as one of the most outstanding students in the Caribbean School of Media and Communication (CARIMAC) Master of Arts (MA) programme at...

In the first week of November, Donovan Hunter, principal at Denham Town High School, held a discussion with Rosemary Duncan, director at Buju Banton Foundation, requesting the Foundation present a workshop focusing on ‘The Importance of Mathematics...

Across Jamaica, many parents are struggling to cover the cost of sending their children to school. Adding to the difficulties, the financial assistance they would traditionally receive from educational institutions is no longer available as...

It is absolutely necessary to teach the spirit of idealism to students so that they fill their hearts with love and give happiness to one and all. Today, there are a number of educational institutions all over the world, but how many have...

Since kicking off on October 22, the annual Seeds for the Future programme has seen over 25 Jamaicans registered and participating in the educational and cultural-exchange programme with Huawei. The number has increased by over 100 per cent since...

Twenty-six-year-old Jamaica-born Acquille Dunkley opened his first exhibition of contemporary art pieces last month in a format which is unusual in both in its style and subject. For this self-taught artist, this project has taken seven years to...

The word ‘Educare’ has its origin in the Latin word ‘Educare’, which means ‘to elicit’. Educare has two aspects, the worldly and the spiritual. Worldly education brings out the latent knowledge pertaining to the physical world. Spiritual...
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