http://www.unesco.org/carneid/ http://www.unesco.org/carneid/innovations.htm http://www.unesco.org/carneid/efa-1.htm The Caribbean Network of Educational Innovation for Development (CARNEID), is one of five regional networks established by UNESCO to promote systematic contact among educational institutions in order to promote educational innovation and change. The four other networks are APEID in Asia, NEIDA in Africa, EIPDAS in the Arab States, and CODIESEE in.. read more →

St Andrews High School for Girls UNESCO Club

Open Day activities at the school on 15 April 2016. read more →

Dr. Dorothy Raymond

The Jamaica National Commission for UNESCO mourns the passing of Dr, Dorothy Raymond, Member of the National Commission for UNESCO and of its Education Advisory Committee. Dr Raymond was noted for her particular interest in the Education Sector. Her meticulous attention to details was also one of the highlight of this distinguished educator during her.. read more →

GSAT Reform: a UNESCO Participation Project

Final Report on GSAT Study:  A new look at a well-known Challenge to Education in Jamaica GSAT Reform UNESCO ParticipationProject Final Report October 13. presented by Taina Lowe Williams, October 2011 read more →

UNEVOC Centre Award 2013 To HeartTrust/NTA

HeartTrust NTA was presented with a UNEVOC CENTRE AWARD. The organization has been a proactive UNEVOC Centre in furthering UNESCO goals in Technical and Vocational Education and Training through its programmes which contributed to the development of skilled labour in Jamaica. The HEART Trust/NTA officially launched its UNEVOC Centre on 28 May 2013. Having been recognized as.. read more →

02 Sep 2014
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The Associated School Project Network (ASPNET) was launched worldwide in 1953. The primary goal is to promote education for international understanding, peace, co-operation and human rights as a means of expanding and deepening the scope of the international experience provided through the UNESCO Associated Schools Project. A major focus is facilitation of educational innovation in.. read more →

26 Aug 2014
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International Literacy Day 2011 message by the Minister of Education

Around the world September 8 is being celebrated as UNESCO’s International Literacy Day under the theme ‘Literacy for Peace’.  We have made literacy a policy priority in the Ministry of Education and I join with UNESCO Secretary General Irina Bokova in urging our schools to make literacy a priority in practice, “so that every individual can.. read more →

08 Sep 2011
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LAMP 15-19 August, 2011: the Ministry of Education, Jamaica, in collaboration with the UNESCO Kingston Cluster Office for the Caribbean and Institute for Statistics (UIS) in Montreal, Canada, conducted a training and orientation workshop in the Literacy Assessment Monitoring Programme (LAMP). LAMP is a UNESCO initiative managed by UIS that aims to develop a methodology.. read more →

20 Aug 2011
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The EduCulture School Tour, 2008

Caribbean Vizion in collaboration with the UNESCO Caribbean Cluster Office and The JNC-UNESCO, launched the EduCulture School Tour at the MICO Counselling Centre on 5 May 2008 and has since visited 16 schools in Jamaica. The Educulture Forum, chaired by Choc’late Allen, is designed as a motivational and inspirational exercise that engages students in structured.. read more →

05 May 2008
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