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Declaration on Higher Education Emerges from Two-Day Summit

Posted on 5/16/2018

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information’s inaugural Higher Education Summit concluded on Friday (May 11), with production of a ‘Declaration on higher education in Jamaica.’

Professor Dale Webber appointed next principal of The UWI Mona

Posted on 5/16/2018

The University of the West Indies Vice-Chancellery announced on Friday that Professor Dale Webber, current Pro Vice-Chancellor, Graduate Studies and Research has been appointed principal of the Mona Campus in Jamaica.

He will succeed Professor Archibald McDonald, effective October 1, 2018.

 

The appointment was approved by Chancellor Robert Bermudez, on behalf of the University Council, following a recommendation from Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Hilary Beckles.

Coastal Ecology and Environmental Management
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New Principal
Professor Dale Webber
University of the West Indies
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UWI Mona
Vice-Chancellor

Declaration on Higher Education Emerges from Two-Day Summit

Posted on 5/15/2018

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information’s inaugural Higher Education Summit concluded on Friday (May 11), with production of a ‘Declaration on higher education in Jamaica.’ The document, which emerged out of two days of deliberations by stakeholders at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston, is expected to guide the development of legislation on governance, quality assurance and regulation of tertiary education.

Higher Education Summit
Jamaica Pegasus
Ministry of Education
Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid
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Youth and Information

NEI Report Shows Improvements In All Eight School Indicators

Posted on 4/19/2018
THE 2017 report of the National Education Inspectorate (NEI) has revealed that there are improvements across all eight indicators of school effectiveness in the 189 institutions inspected.
Education Minister Ruel Reid
Improvement
Jamaica
NEI
Schools

University Establishes Scholarship in Honour of Education Minister

Posted on 12/11/2017

The BAU International University in Washington DC has established a scholarship in honour of Education, Youth and Information Minister, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid. The decision to set up the ‘Ruel Reid Transformational Leadership Scholarship’ was taken by the University to recognise Senator Reid’s lead role in arriving at a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Ministry and the University for the provision of 107 scholarships, over three years, worth $378.2 million (US$3 million).

107 scholarships
BAU Global Network
BAU International University
BAU University Board member
Gail Dunwell
Her Excellency Audrey Marks
International Donor Consultant for the Jamaican Diaspora in the US
Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States
Mico University College
Paul Brunson
Ruel Reid Transformational Leadership Scholarship

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