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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]