Managing the National Education System

Event Date(s): 03/12/2021

The Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) presents Managing the National Education System: The COVID-19 Pandemic, Lessons Learned and Charting Progressive Agendas Pt. II on Friday, December 3 at 10 a.m.

Education is one of the major pillars in shaping national development agendas and despite learning loss and other negative social impacts associated with the onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic, innate resilience capabilities prevail that will stimulate progressive interactions by all stakeholders within the nation’s education system and ultimately redound to sustaining goodwill and the wellbeing of the nation notwithstanding an uncertain future.

This webinar provides information intended to stimulate constructive debate and decision-making to advance development prospects for human populations and institutions locally, regionally and internationally. It targets professionals, tertiary-level students, policy-development analysts, policy-makers, laypersons with an interest in national development agendas.   

Featured Speakers include:

  • Justice Anthony David Gafoor, Chairman, Tax Appeal Court of Trinidad and Tobago 

  • Ms. Carlene Hayes, President, National Primary Schools Principals Association (NAPSPA) 

  • Fr. Gregory Augustine, Principal, Fatima College, Port of Spain 

  • Professor Gerard Hutchinson, Professor, Clinical Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medical Sciences, UWI, St. Augustine 

  • Dr. Indira Rampersad, Senior Research Fellow, SALISES, UWI, St. Augustine 

  • Dr. Olabisi Kuboni, Specialist, Open and Distributed Learning 

Interested persons can register using the following link, https://bit.ly/SALISESEducation2

For more information, email francine.alleyne@sta.uwi.edu or visit https://sta.uwi.edu/salises/

Open to: | General Public |