On board . . . Students readily embrace technological change

The Principal of A Dacosta Edwards Primary School, Laureen Hinds, fully backs the use of technology in the classroom. She says it has been a big plus for students, revealing that since the introduction of tablets at her school three years ago, there have been noticeable improvements. “Students as well as the teachers are always […]
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Mandela it is! . . . Trinidadian claims coveted Commonwealth Caribbean Rhodes Scholarship

Mandela Patrick, a 22-year-old Computer Science major from Trinidad and Tobago, is the winner of the 2018 Commonwealth Caribbean Rhodes Scholarship. He was chosen today from a field of nine candidates from Barbados, Dominica, St Lucia, Antigua and Barbuda and The Bahamas. Mandela, who did his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science […]