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Rock Hard gives 200 Devices to Schools

APPOXIMATELY 200 pupils will receive electronic devices to aid in their learning process donated by Rock Hard Distributors Limited, a member of the Ramhit Group of Companies. The company in a ceremony at the Ministry of Education on Tuesday handed over the devices that would be distributed to nine schools. In a press release, the […]Read More

August 20 Remains Date for SEA Exam

    THE Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) will remain on August 20. This was announced by the Ministry of Education in a news release on Tuesday after a meeting with stakeholders. The release stated, “Ministry of Education officials and stakeholders in education have agreed to keep the date of the 2020 Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) […]Read More

Ministry says Schools Ready for SEA Classes

    THE Ministry of Education is assuring teachers and parents that primary schools are ready to reopen on Monday, for Secondary Examination Assessment (SEA) students. It issued a media release on Saturday in which it stated that over 19,000 SEA students will resume classes as preparations continue for the examination, on August 20. The […]Read More

Ministry Confirms Schools to Open on September 1

  THE Ministry of Education has confirmed that the new academic year will begin on September 1, 2020. It’s been four months since all schools were closed, after the Ministry of Health recorded the first coronavirus case in Trinidad and Tobago on March 12. This meant that the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) and other examinations […]Read More

Teachers can Apply for Transfers Online

  TEACHERS will now be able to apply for transfers online. The Ministry of Education in a media release on Tuesday stated: “It continues to use Information and Communication Technology to improve service delivery to its various publics.” In that regard, it stated another digital service had been added to facilitate teachers, one of the […]Read More

Education Ministry to get Internet Access for Students

  THE Ministry of Education states that 90,000 students have registered online in its Schools Learning Management System (SLMS). It is also working with stakeholders to provide devices and internet connectivity to students who do not have to connect to the SLMS. In a release it noted, “The SLMS as available to approximately 230,000 student […]Read More

SEA Classes on TTT from Monday

    THE Syllabus for the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) will be aired twice daily on the Government station TTT. A release from Minister of Communications Donna Cox stated that the Government was cognizant of concerns of parents and teachers that schools would be closed until April 20 as a measure to combat the Covid-19 […]Read More

Student Breaks Arm in Internet Challenge

Trip Jump Challenge ONE student has sustained a broken arm after a new internet challenge has become popular in school in Trinidad and Tobago. Called “Trip/ Jump Challenge” or the “Skull-breaker Challenge,” it involves three individuals in a line who attempt to jump but the unsuspecting middle person is tripped. According to a release from […]Read More

Education Ministry Mistakes COP Leader for Late Senate President

The Facebook Post of the Ministry of Education with the mistaken photo of Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan THE Ministry of Education was the butt of many jokes on social media on Thursday after it wrongly posted a picture of Congress of the People (COP)  leader Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan in expressing condolences for the late Senate president Dr Linda […]Read More