Hits: 790 Created on 28 May 2016 Written by Cardinal Warde Category: EDUCATION
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STUDENT PROGRAM FOR INNOVATION IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (SPISE)

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The long-term overall goal of the CSF (http://caribbeanscience.org) is to help diversify the economies of the Caribbean Region by smulating more technology-based entrepreneurship, creating more high paying jobs, and thereby raising the standard of living of the people.  It is widely believed that the Region needs to create more technology companies that would export more innovative and competitive products and services to bring in more foreign exchange, so we do not fall further behind in the global economic race.  It is imperative, then, that we prepare the next generation for the challenges ahead!

Read more: CARIBBEAN SCIENCE FOUNDATION (CSF)
 
Hits: 737 Created on 17 May 2016 Written by GIS Category: EDUCATION
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STUDENTS GEARING UP FOR CPEA

St. George --The final (external) component of the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA) is scheduled for Friday.  One thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine students are registered for the Assessment which includes one thousand and six males and nine hundred and fifty-three females.

Read more: BEST WISHES, KIDDIES.....
 
Hits: 1021 Created on 07 May 2016 Written by New Today Category: EDUCATION
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STUDENT QUIZ GOVERNMENT ON PROMISED TABLETS

St. George -- An election campaign promise made in 2013 by the New National Party (NNP) when in opposition to provide tablets to school students remains unfulfilled.

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Hits: 884 Created on 11 April 2016 Written by Marcian Lewis Category: EDUCATION
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STUDENT EMPOWERMENT RALLIES

St. George -- Republic Bank's social investment initiative "The Power to Make a Difference" aims at empowering the sick, the elderly, the youth and the socially marginalized in our communities.

Read more: "IN FULL FLIGHT!"
 
Hits: 867 Created on 01 March 2016 Written by Marcian Lewis Category: EDUCATION
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GRENADIAN STUDENTS CONTINUE TO RECEIVE BURSARY ASSISTANCE FROM REPUBLIC BANK

St. George --  For academic year 2015/2016, thirteen students are benefitting from the Republic Bank UWI Open Campus Bursary Programme. For this semester, $20,306.00 were paid to support Grenadian students pursuing higher learning through the UWI Open Campus Programme.

Read more: IN PURSUIT OF HIGHER LEARNING
 

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