U.S. Charge d’Affaires John Dinkelman presented the U.S. Embassy’s MLK Art Winner, Denzel Pratt with the grand prize an Apple iPad.
A teacher who caned 29 seventh grade girls and boys for being disruptive in class is now facing angry parents and some serious complaints over resulting injuries on some of the children.
A preschool and church in western New Providence were robbed in what appears to be two separate incidences.
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture addressed the students of R.M. Bailey Senior High School.
For over 20 years toxic industrial fumes have reportedly affected the general health of the students and staff at the Lewis Yard Primary School. The school has now been relocated.
The Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China Hu Shan presented students of Claridge Primary School with five computers, five laptops and two printers.
Over 100 Bahamian students have attended and graduated from United World Colleges (UWC) from around the world. UWC believes in uniting people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.
The Rotary Club of West Nassau, under the Presidency of Jeff Kerr, recently donated an assortment of school supplies to the Children’s Emergency Hostel along with John’s Department Store.
The government is talking about its intentions to announce plans to increase investment in education and training with particular focus to 10 crucial areas.