Union wants answers from CXC regarding the examination review – Barbados Today


Teachers are concerned about the Caribbean Examinations Council’s (CXC) review process for the controversial 2020 examinations says President of the Barbados Secondary School Teachers Union (BSTU) Mary-Anne Redman. Speaking during an online press conference held by the Caribbean Coalition for CXC 2020 Redress on Thursday, Redman said the union is concerned about reports that there […]
Next Post

Work begins on new play park in St Philip - Barbados Today

The children of Church Village, St Philip – will soon receive a  special Christmas gift– a new play park and recreational space. This morning a parcel of land was cleared to pave the way for the initiative which is being constructed by the Ministry of Environment and National Beautification under […]