PNP: A Proper Account Needed from Education Ministry

“A proper account” that’s the call from the opposition as it relates to the current state of the education system. According to Spokesperson on Education Dr. Angela Brown-Burke, the nation’s children are far behind and the Education Ministry to date does not have a comprehensive plan.

On the heels of Education Minister Fayval Williams confirming a large number of schools reopening, Opposition Spokesperson on Education Dr. Angela Brown-Burke while speaking at the PNP media briefing Tuesday, says the education ministry needs to be more efficient.

Dr. Brown-burke also noted the risks children face while at home. She however says while the opposition supports the resumption of face-to-face learning, the report given by the minister for the first week in January leaves room for questioning.

She further adds that the ministry needs to have a clear and consistent policy. More details in this report: