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Gadsby-Dolly: Vulnerable will not be Left Behind in Education

  By Sue-Ann Wayow The Ministry of Education is hoping that its National Consultation on Education 2020 launched on Monday will be able to assist in charting a new, improved and modern education system. The launch of the consultation took place at Education Towers, St Vincent Street, Port-of-Spain. The theme for this year is Transforming  […]Read More

Principals to Decide Whether Teachers will be in School

  By Pamela Ramcharan EDUCATION Minister Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly says there is no reason why teachers should not turn out physically to work but that is left to the discretion of school principals. She was speaking at a press conference at her ministry on Friday. She said the new school would start on September 1 […]Read More

PM Sets Up Special-Attention Committee

  A committee has been established to look at areas in Trinidad and Tobago that require special attention. Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley announced the formation the Community Recovery Programme at a news conference on Thursday. It follows protests in Port-of-Spain and other areas following the police killing of three men on Saturday. He said, […]Read More

PNM Registers 550 in La Horquetta/Talparo

    THE People’s National Movement (PNM) has registered more than 550 members in the marginal constituency of La Horquetta/Talparo. A release on Saturday by PNM Public Relations Officer Laurel Lezama- Lee Sing stated, “More than 550 persons registered to become members of the People’s National Movement during today’s exercise.” It stated that the PNM […]Read More