Community Partners: Project Read Bahamas
We often focus on students in K-12 environments and become hysterical about examination results. However, we infrequently discuss what happens to those students who leave school unprepared? What do we do to help them? Project Read Bahamas is an independent not-for-profit organization committed to adult literacy. In this conversation we will discuss the challenges and rewards of their very important work.
Bahamas Union of Teachers: Friend or Foe?
In this show, we seek to understand the work of Unions generally and the strategic focus of The Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) specifically. Is the BUT a hindrance to educational improvement in The Bahamas as many think or can can the Union be integrated into the National strategy for school improvement in productive ways.
Anti-intellectualism, and the Making of Ignorance
Joseph Gaskins is a young Bahamian Academic whose writing seeks to unpack the lingering colonial structures that impede our National progress and which may be partly responsible for educational under-performance in The Bahamas. In this show, we discuss ‘old’ mindsets and the status quo which maintains a climate of anti-intellectualism in The Bahamas.
Carlos Reid has been engaged in gang prevention and youth empowerment initiatives in our country for many years! In this conversation, we seek to uncover the important roles of community organizations in both understanding our education crisis and finding solutions to fix it.
We discuss the overcrowding situation at the Fox Hill Prison.
The latest on the weather system affecting the country.
Image Consultant and Stylist Kedar Clarke rates the fashions from the Opening of Parliament.
And Primary School Student of the Year Nadja Simon.
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