Barbados School Exams Grades Messed Up? ‘No Way’ Says Exams Chief. – The St Kitts Nevis Observer

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados–September 24th, 2020– Minister of Education, Technological and Vocational Training, Santia Bradshaw, has dived into the exams controversy and called on the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) to conduct an “urgent investigation” into concerns over the recently released CAPE and CSEC examination results. Bradshaw issued a statement on the matter saying: “The disquiet among students […]
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Jamaican Retirees Remain Locked Down: Allowed Out Daily For Exercise And Bare Necessities. - The St Kitts Nevis Observer

KINGSTON, Jamaica–September 24th, 2020–The stay-at-home order for persons 70 years and older remains in place, but they are allowed to leave once per day for food, medicine, exercise and other necessities of life. However, it looks like there will be no boating, fishing or golf until further notice, and it […]