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CCETT donates over 1000 books to local schools

GIU – The Ministry of Education received over one thousand (1000) reading books from the Caribbean Centre of Excellence for Teacher Training (CCETT), at the UWI School of Education, Mona Jamaica.  The books are all donations from Scholastics, which CCETT shared with the Organization of the Eastern Caribbean States territories.

Last year, the Caribbean Centre of Excellence for Teacher Training facilitated workshops for primary school teachers on different aspects of literacy, especially geared towards the earlier grades of the primary level, in particular, Grades 1-3.

According to a statement from the Ministry of Education “this donation is another way of ensuring that resources are available to teachers and students as every effort is sought to improve the literacy skills of students.”

The books will be shared among the primary schools (public and private) and the Pupil Support Unit.  It is hoped that they will be put to good use.

The Ministry of Education is appreciative of the donation of books and wishes to thank the Caribbean Centre of Excellence for Teacher Training for so generously sharing.

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GIU – The Ministry of Education received over one thousand (1000) reading books from the Caribbean Centre of Excellence for Teacher Training (CCETT), at the UWI School of Education, Mona Jamaica.  The books are all donations from Scholastics, which CCETT shared with the Organization of the Eastern Caribbean States territories.

Last year, the Caribbean Centre of Excellence for Teacher Training facilitated workshops for primary school teachers on different aspects of literacy, especially geared towards the earlier grades of the primary level, in particular, Grades 1-3.

According to a statement from the Ministry of Education “this donation is another way of ensuring that resources are available to teachers and students as every effort is sought to improve the literacy skills of students.”

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The books will be shared among the primary schools (public and private) and the Pupil Support Unit.  It is hoped that they will be put to good use.

The Ministry of Education is appreciative of the donation of books and wishes to thank the Caribbean Centre of Excellence for Teacher Training for so generously sharing.