MOE To Improve Connectivity For Teachers And Students

More than 7,000 teachers and 38,000 students received devices to aid in online classes.

TT Budget Matters – Education

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, one of the sectors facing a major disruption was Education.

TTUTA Blackout Affects Students

Minister of Education, Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly, acknowledged low teacher turn out at both Primary and Secondary…

46 Graduate From CARIRI’s DIA Youth Innovation Lab

Forty six students graduated from the Caribbean Industrial Research Institute’s first Democratizing Innovation in the Americas…

Education Minister: Safety And Success The Main Priority For Our Children

Minister of Education, Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly, is reassuring parents and guardians that the Government’s sole mandate…

TTUTA: Only Forms Five & Six In Physical School

The Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) says at this time only students of Forms…

Celebrating Sy’rai – SEA Top 3 Student Receives New Computer

The Arima Borough Corporation in conjunction with an Arima businessman have come together to celebrate young…

Teaching Service Commission’s Statement Called Into Question

The Teaching Service Commission will have to explain why it has taken a decision to cease…

Heliconia Foundation Donates Tablets To Needy Students

The Heliconia Foundation for Young Professionals has donated 18 tablets to students who are without a…

TTUTA: Transition From Primary To Secondary School Should Be Easier

The Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) has congratulated all students who wrote the SEA…

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