A critical aspect of a transformed education system is a robust and relevant policy, legal and regulatory framework. Following the recommendations of the Task Force on Educational Reform Report, 2004, the Ministry of Education has embarked on a comprehensive transformation programme to streamline the public education system. This includes a review of the Education Act, 1965 and the attendant Regulations of 1980. The review of the foregoing legislation is important. Learn more
December 18, 2013 – January 10, 2014 PARTICIPATE ONLINE!
For the next 3 weeks, you will have the opportunity to participate in this EduConsultation. In order to participate, you are first required to be a member of the Caribbean Partners for Educational Progress (CoP) by creating a user account or log in if you are an existing member. You may participate at any time and as often as you wish. Once you have logged in, you can participate through the event page on the website.
What is Caribbean Partners for Educational Progress?
Caribbean for Educational Progress is an online and in-person Community of Practice (CoP) that connects stakeholders in the Caribbean to engage in constructive discussions, exchange innovative solutions, learn from others, and share knowledge and resources to improve education in the region.