Keyword
Quick search:
Content Ideas
Result Content Idea Research
Result Content Idea Research
1 High rate of absenteeism among students worries education minister
2 Williams outraged at suspected gruesome murder of Clarendon teacher
3 COVID measures being put in place for Ability Test
4 Minister Calls For Collective Efforts Of Education Stakeholders – Jamaica Information Service
5 No COVID payouts for most private-school staff
6 Oberlin's Class of 1989 helps school to finance COVID-19 protocols
7 We do not support the extension of school year – Gabriel
8 Measures in place to ensure safety of PEP students
9 Work Ongoing to Address Educational Underachievement in Boys – Jamaica Information Service
10 Jamaica to Establish Diplomatic Relations with Countries in Africa, Pacific Islands
11 Cabinet Approves Acquisition Of Westmoreland Family Court Premises – Jamaica Information Service
12 Opposition wants gov't to lobby CXC on deferral of exams
13 New agro-processing lab opened at Knockalva College in Hanover
14 Cabinet approves acquisition of Westmoreland Family Court premises
15 Gov't Acquiring 4000 Test Kits For National HIV/STI Programme – Jamaica Information Service
16 Government increases ownership limit in RJR broadcast licences
17 Gov't Provides $119 Million To Help Farmers Transport Sugar Cane – Jamaica Information Service
18 Schools closed... again
19 JAD pioneers first Jamaican Sign Language Learning Management System
20 What will be the fate of grade 5 PEP students?
21 All Face-To-Face Classes Suspended – Jamaica Information Service
22 Growth & Jobs | The benefit of investing in a foreign language
23 March 28 to April 1 Is Maths Week – Jamaica Information Service
24 Statement to Parliament by The Honourable Fayval Williams, Minister of Education, Youth and Information on November 10, 2020 – Jamaica Information Service
25 'Students will bounce back'
26 Statement To Parliament By Honourable Fayval Williams Minister Of Education, Youth & Information with Update On Face-To-Face Teaching And Suspected /Confirmed Cases Of COVID In Schools on January 26, 2021
27 No removal of taxes on electronic learning devices
28 Statement To the House Of Representatives By Honourable Fayval Williams Minister Of Education, Youth And Information on November 24, 2020 – Jamaica Information Service
29 CPFSA told to end all relations with persons of questionable character
30 Statement To the House Of Representatives By the Honourable Fayval Williams, Minister of Education, Youth and Information on December 8, 2020 – Jamaica Information Service
31 'Help us help the students'
32 UK Secondary Schools Social Enterprise Programme Yielding Significant Outcomes Locally – Jamaica Information Service
33 In brief: News from around the Pacific for 26 March
34 Williams pleased with measures to facilitate face-to-face classes
35 PHOTOS: Minister Fayval Williams Visits Mikelle Allen – Jamaica Information Service
36 Gov't shuts down face-to-face learning for students not doing exams
37 Williams calls for help in delivering schoolwork | Lead Stories
38 Back-to-school hotlines, email address established
39 Mobile Student Support Initiative coming, says Williams
40 Faces in the Crowd: Hon. Fayval Williams
41 Sectoral Presentation 2020/2021 by The Hon. Fayval Williams, MP – Jamaica Information Service
42 Online learning will be relevant even after COVID passes
43 129 schools approved for face-to-face learning from January 4
44 WATCH: Williams satisfied with face-to-face learning measures
45 Eight schools impacted by COVID, says Williams
46 Minister Williams Hails Support For 'One Laptop Or Tablet Per Child' Initiative – Jamaica Information Service
47 Indemnity waiver forms not endorsed by Ministry of Education
48 Job No. 1 for Fayval: Internet access for students | News
49 Welcome Fayval, Floyd!
50 Consultations Held With Local Stakeholders on CXC's Options for 2021 Exams – Jamaica Information Service
51 Teachers to be among the first to get COVID vaccine
52 Williams, Brown-Burke offer condolences to drowning victims' families
53 Final Batch Of Tablets For PATH Students To Be Distributed Shortly – Jamaica Information Service
54 Education Minister Welcomes Opening Of Steam Lab At JC – Jamaica Information Service
55 Gov't Committed To Ensuring That Every Student Has A Device – Minister Williams
56 Minister Williams Hails CCCJ For Launching Online Education Platform – Jamaica Information Service
57 Editorial | Critical tasks at hand for Fayval Williams
58 76 Schools Engaged In Face-To-Face Classes – Jamaica Information Service
59 Education Ministry Provides Support to Grieving Family – Jamaica Information Service
60 Education must continue
61 Fayval way ahead of Phillips | Lead Stories
62 Williams pleased with steps to facilitate face-to-face classes
63 6000 students to return to the classroom in November
64 Minister Williams Charges CMU Graduates To Help Revitalise Industry – Jamaica Information Service
65 36000 needy students to get $20000 voucher towards laptop/tablet
66 Education Minister Lauds Founding Chairman of Cedar Grove Academy – Jamaica Information Service
67 4,000 special-needs students to get learning devices | Lead Stories
68 Williams expresses sadness at recent deaths of four students
69 'Sanitise and carry on'
70 Education Minister Says Expansion Of Marlie Mount Primary Pivotal To Learning – Jamaica Information Service
71 More Jamaican Schools Reopen for Face-to-Face Instruction
72 No Directive Given For Letters Of Indemnity Waiver – Education Minister – Jamaica Information Service
73 Williams unveils tablet programme for needy students | News
74 Williams: Don't pressure parents for school fees
75 Needy Parents Encouraged To Sign Up For 'Own Your Own Device' Programme – Jamaica Information Service
76 Education Minister vows to establish copyright agreements for e-books
77 Greater Emphasis On Strengthening Online Learning – Minister Williams – Jamaica Information Service
78 Minister Williams Calls on Jamaicans to Support One Laptop or Tablet Per Child Initiative – Jamaica Information Service
79 Gov't Will Continue Phased Reopening Of Schools – Jamaica Information Service
80 One tablet per child programme gets huge boost from Jamaicans in US
81 Approval granted for salary support for independent school staff
82 Cabinet awards contracts totalling $1.5 billion | Loop News
83 WATCH: Williams, Phillips state their cases in Eastern St Andrew
84 Gov't to pay $21 million in legal fees for five accused cops
85 Battleground: Discerning E St Andrew voters keep parties on their toes
86 Williams touts new approach to education | News
87 Evaluation Of Pilot Face-To-Face Classes Favourable – Jamaica Information Service
88 Education Minister Outlines Details of Tablet/Laptop Vouchers for Non-PATH Students – Jamaica Information Service
89 Needy students to get $20k grant towards purchase of tablet/laptops
90 Class of 1987 secures 150 tablets for St Catherine High students
91 More Schools Participating In Face-To-Face Classes – Jamaica Information Service
92 Handling of health issues main concern from pilot face-to-face classes
93 NCB Foundation begins rollout of $50m worth of tablets for students
94 400000 may be in cyber limbo
95 Education Stakeholders Encouraged to Embrace Technology – Jamaica Information Service
96 ST&I Policy Will Be Critical To COVID-19 Recovery – Minister Williams – Jamaica Information Service
97 Pull up your socks on SBA integrity, warns Williams
98 NOT TRUE!
99 Parents Urged To Talk To Children About Alcohol Use – Jamaica Information Service
100 Parents urged to enforce COVID protocols among children