The Ministry of Education moving full steam ahead with its national curriculum reform

The Ministry of Education moving full steam ahead with its national curriculum reform

The Ministry of Education’s national curriculum reform framework is being well received in schools across the country, according to Minister of Education Francis Fonseca. A substantial amount of the country’s primary schools have put the new curriculum into practice but next year all schools are required to do so. Fonseca says that the ministry is fining tuning the framework to ensure that all kinks are ironed out before being implemented in all schools. 

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