Barbados: ‘No child should be left behind’ says Minister of Education

Prime Minister and the Labour Party leader of Barbados, Mia Mottley organised Ministry Of Education Press Conference on December 30th 2020. She welcomed Minister of Education, Technological and Vocational Training, Santia Bradshaw who discussed the strategies regarding the education of Term-2(2020-2022).

Barbados: 'No child should be left behind' says Minister of Education
Barbados: 'No child should be left behind' says Minister of Education

Barbados: Prime Minister and the Labour Party leader of Barbados, Mia Mottley organised Ministry Of Education Press Conference on December 30th 2020. She welcomed Minister of Education, Technological and Vocational Training, Santia Bradshaw who discussed the strategies regarding the education of Term-2(2020-2022).

Barbados: 'No child should be left behind' says Minister of Education
Barbados: ‘No child should be left behind’ says Minister of Education

Santia Bradshaw announced that they had planned great strategies. According to Minister of Education” We are intended to provide education at our level best, and teachers will be discussing some ideas about term-2 on January 4th. On the other hand, students will join these classes from January 5th, and We affirmed that we would preserve what we have and gain from this pandemic as much as can.

Easy Internet Access and Devices

Pandemic has been worst for all. This deteriorated the rate of education for all students. Online education has been beneficial in this need of the hour. Hence, Allotment of devices, and the Internet must be provided. Minister of Education, Santia Bradshaw said children would have all the gadgets and access to the Internet will also be given.

No child should be left behind

Minister of Education, Santia Bradshaw said: “No child should be left behind from the education is her main motive, pandemic or no pandemic!” She even emphasised on the news of a new variant of coronavirus that is a threat for all of us.

Barbados: 'No child should be left behind' says Minister of Education
Barbados: ‘No child should be left behind’ says Minister of Education

Barbadoian’s Reaction 

Facebook user Martina Singh commented, “Mia Amor Mottley is the most brilliant, honest n dignified leader in her capacity as Prime minister of Barbados n she surely knows who to choose to serve in her cabinet.”

Another user wrote, “Enjoyed listening to this press conference. The issues that affect students’ direct learning are precisely planned and thought out with all in mind.”

People’s opinion made this briefing more effective. Another citizen commented” These are challenging times for the kids taking essential exams. But it sounds like you have control which is reassuring.” 

Student Purdey Paul commented, “I will like MES to have more subject material available online including exam passed papers.”

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