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Grenada Sending Delegation to Morocco For Education Talks

Above: Rabat By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada is sending a delegation to Morocco beginning June 30 to discuss cooperation on education between the two countries. Education Minister Anthony Boatswain will lead the delegation, which will include senior human resource […]

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St Lucia, Chile Looking to Strengthen Bilateral Relations

Above: Santiago By the Caribbean Journal staff St Lucia and Chile say they are making a commitment to strengthening bilateral ties. Last week, St Lucia Governor General Dame Pearlette Louisy accepted the credentials of Chile’s new Ambassador to the country, […]

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St Lucia and Cuba Hold Talks on Education, Sports

Above: Havana By the Caribbean Journal staff St Lucia Prime Minister Dr Kenny Anthony continued his visit to Cuba this week, holding talks on issues such as sports and education. Anthony led a St Lucian delegation on a visit to […]

How Science, Math and Creole Education Can Lead to Prosperity in Haiti

By Ilio Durandis CJ Contributor THE STRUGGLE to reform the educational system in Haiti is nothing new; everything from using Creole to incorporating a practical approach to science, technology, math and the arts in every classroom have been a dream […]


Haiti, Mexico Eye Increased Trade

Above: Haiti President Michel Martelly and Mexico President Enrique Pena Nieto (Photo: OP Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Bilateral trade between Mexico and Haiti stood at $61.7 million last year, a number Haiti President Michel Martelly and Mexico President […]


Jamaica to Distribute "Thousands" of Tablets to Students, Teachers

Above: Kingston (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica is planning the distribution of “thousands” of tablet computers to students and teachers in the country as part of a new pilot project. The distribution, called the “Schools Tablet Computer […]

CJ Interviews

Lamothe: "We Would Change the Approach That People Have to Haiti”

Above: Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe By Alexander Britell Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe recently concluded a weeklong trip to the United States that featured meetings with officials from the World Bank, the IDB, the UN, donor countries (including Canada) […]


Jamaica Plans to Increase ICT Use in Education Sector

Above: Kingston (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica’s government says it plans to increase the use of information and communication technology in its education sector. The plan is part of what it says is an effort to “bridge […]


Haiti, MIT Sign Agreement to Promote Creole-Language Science Education

Above: the signing ceremony at MIT (Photo: Dominick Reuter/MIT) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have signed an agreement to promote Creole-language education in science, technology, engineering and math. The agreement was signed during […]

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Survey: Haiti's Children Show "Substantial Progress" in Education, Health

Above: children receiving health care in Haiti (UN Photo/Logan Abassi)   By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti’s children have seen significant progress in the areas of education, nutrition, health and sanitation since 2006, according to a United Nations survey. The […]


Interview with Haiti PM Laurent Lamothe

Above: Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe (UN Photo/ J Carrier)   By Alexander Britell Haiti is trying to move the process of reconstruction into a higher gear. While the country’s GDP has been growing at a strong pace, natural disasters […]


Haiti and Education in the Digital Age

By Ilio Durandis CJ Contributor   WE LIVE IN A CHANGING WORLD; one that is extremely competitive. The disparities between advanced nations and those lagging behind have never been wider at any point in human history than they are today. […]


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