Education

Carrel Moralez, 2nd top PSE performer, wants to be a scientist

Carrel Moralez, 2nd top PSE performer, wants to be a scientist

BELIZE CITY, Wed. June 10, 2015–In the mid-week edition of Amandala, we introduced to you Gabriel Hope of Bernice Yorke Institute of Learning, the top performer in this year’s Primary School Examination (PSE). Now, we present [...]

Education Ministry issues warning on sale of fake academic degrees via social media

Education Ministry issues warning on sale of fake academic degrees via social media

BELIZE CITY, Fri. Mar. 6, 2015–Authorities from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports today issued a press release in response to an online advertisement that has been circulated on social media for the past few [...]

Taiwan announces 2015 scholarship opportunities

Taiwan announces 2015 scholarship opportunities

BELIZE CITY, Wed. Jan. 28, 2015–Taiwan has been a diplomatic ally of Belize since October 13, 1989, and for the past 12 years, that country has provided degree scholarships to hundreds of Belizeans while also providing [...]

Belize students need more classroom hours, says Education Minister

Belize students need more classroom hours, says Education Minister

BELIZE CITY–Education and culture delegations from Central American countries which are member states of the Central American Integration System (Sistema de la Integración Centroamericana — SICA in Spanish) met in Belize last week to discuss, among [...]

The chatter and the climate

The chatter and the climate

At this newspaper we had been anticipating an increase in political campaign violence down the road because of how much the political directorate had become involved with the various gang leaderships in Belize City. Violence is [...]

Tubal turns a new leaf

Tubal turns a new leaf

Founder refutes rumors that school will close down; says that rather, they are seeking a fresh start In the face of rumors of its dissolution, Amandala understands that the Tubal Trade and Vocational Institute at Mile [...]

Professor Bain’s case will be heard on October 6

Professor Bain’s case will be heard on October 6

Jamaica’s Supreme Court has set Monday, October 6, 2014, to hear the challenge of Professor Brendan Bain, the head of the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Regional Training (CHART) Network who won an injunction in June against the University [...]

Mexican Embassy hosts 4th Mexican Trade Mission to Belize

Mexican Embassy hosts 4th Mexican Trade Mission to Belize

In an effort to nurture and expand trade relationships between the neighboring countries of Belize and Mexico, the Embassy of Mexico in Belize and ProMexico (the Trade and Investment Mexican agency) today organized the 4th Mexican [...]

New Horizons delivers new school building to Sadie Vernon High

New Horizons delivers new school building to Sadie Vernon High

A new school building built by New Horizons 2014 in the Sadie Vernon High School Compound on Partridge Street was handed over by officials of New Horizons to the Sadie Vernon High School principal, Laura Mae [...]

ABTEC training program graduates 24

Apart from the thousands of students who are graduating from various academic institutions across the country, a group of 24 individuals between the ages of 16 to 30 years old walked the aisle today after having [...]