UNESCO donates $50,000 to Public Schools

SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) – UNESCO has approved $50,000 for the purchasing of learning materials for Public Education that were damaged by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria. The learning materials that are being referred to are: textbooks, workbooks, and physical education materials. The learning materials are from the different subject areas from the national curriculum.. read more →

MAC-CSE Sustainable School Waste Management Center

Methodist Agogic Centre (MAC) Comprehensive Secondary Education (CSE) high school is not allowing red tape, a border or the stalled decision process on solutions for the ever on-fire garbage dump in the middle of Great Salt Pond on the Dutch side of the island stop the community and environmentally-minded efforts of students and faculty. The.. read more →

BAK and USM open partnership for Sustainable Development

Drawing support from the international community, the Department of The Interior and Kingdom Relations (BAK) and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sports, Drs. Ms. Loekie Morales (BAK) and Ms. Marcellia Henry (MECYS-UNESCO representative), forming the SDGs Think-&-Do Tank (T&DT), have invited officials of the University of St. Martin to initiate a partnership in.. read more →