As part of the continuing celebrations to mark Education Month 2015, the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation will hold its annual Edu-Nation Discussion on Tuesday, October 20, at the Queen???s Park Steel Shed.
The event, which runs from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., targets fifth and sixth formers of secondary schools, as well as tertiary level students.
It will be held under the theme: Education and Economic Opportunities in CARICOM: Barbados on the Eve of Its Fiftieth Year of Independence.
Principal of Queen???s College, Dr. David Browne, will be the moderator. ??He will be joined by a panel that includes Barbados??? Ambassador to CARICOM, Robert Morris; Executive Director, Barbados Coalition of Service Industries, Lisa Cummins; CARICOM Youth Ambassador and teacher, Mosiah Hoyte; a representative from the Caribbean Single Market and Economy Unit; and two students from Deighton Griffith Secondary.
Minister of Education, Ronald Jones, will deliver remarks at the start of the discussion.??Members of the public are invited to attend.