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Trinidadian is Deputy CEO of CXC

  By Sue-Ann Wayow TRINIDADIAN Dr Eduardo R Ali is now the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC). In a press release on Monday, CXC named Dr  Ali, an experienced education policy and development leader, as the  Pro-Registrar and Deputy Chief Executive Officer. Dr Ali joined the organisation with effect from August 1. […]Read More

CXC Website Down for Maintenance

  THE Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) website is temporarily down due to web maintenance. The Ministry of Education posted the advisory from CXC on their Facebook page. CXC posted, “Please be advised that CXC is conducting web maintenance on www.cxc.org. Consequently, the ability to purchase transcripts and certificates has been temporarily suspended. A subsequent notice will […]Read More

CXC Starts on June 28… A Two-Week Delay

  By Sue-Ann Wayow THE major Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) examinations will now take place on June 28 at all its territories in the region. This is a delay of two weeks which would provide candidates with additional time to prepare for examinations, CXC announced at a press conference on Wednesday. The exams to be […]Read More

Oral CXC Exams Could be Postponed for Three Weeks

  By Sue-Ann Wayow THE Ministry of Education is in support of postponing the oral segment of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) for a period no longer than three weeks. Education Minister  Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly said on Thursday, CXC wrote to the Ministry based on recommendations from various stakeholders with the proposal of the postponing the […]Read More

CXC Students can Defer CXC Exams to 2022… SBA Reduces

  By Sue-Ann Wayow THE Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has reduced the workload for the June/July examinations and CXC is allowing pupils defer examinations to 2022. This is the first time that CXC is permitting such a deferral. In a press release issued on Thursday, CXC, the governing examination body for the Caribbean stated that […]Read More

5,000 CXC Reviews Requested

  By Sue-Ann Wayow THE Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has received more than 5,000 requests for reviews from secondary school pupils in Trinidad and Tobago as at Tuesday. In a release issued on Wednesday, the Ministry of Education stated that the number for   request for reviews  for the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) was 2, […]Read More

23 Recommendations from CXC Review Team

    By Sue-Ann Wayow   THE Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has released the detailed report provided by the Independent Review Team that was formed to review the results of this year’s examinations. The report listed 23 recommendations for the immediate, medium and long term some of which have already gone into effect, CXC had […]Read More

Can the CCJ Deal with CXC?

    By Ravi Nanga LAST week we examined the immunity from legal proceedings that is enjoyed by the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) and the difficulties that can be faced in the event legal action is commenced against the body. It has however been reported that the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) may be approached […]Read More

TT Schools to Open on September 1, 2020

SCHOOLS in Trinidad and Tobago will open on September 1 2020. They were closed since the middle of March due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Minister of Education Anthony Garcia made announcement at a news conference at the Ministry of Education on St Vincent Street in Port- of-Spain on Friday. He also confirmed that Caribbean Examinations […]Read More

Schools Open in September, SEA maybe October

  SCHOOLS are not likely to open before September. This was revealed by Minister of Education Anthony Garcia at a virtual news conference on Tuesday. He said too that the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) could take place in October since one month was needed for preparation in order to have students sit the exam comfortably. […]Read More