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Half billion dollars spent on education in Barbados

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

The government of Barbados is spending $1/2 billion annually to educate the nations children and it is currently exploring the possibility of expanding tertiary education in the north of the island. Prime Minister, David Thompson, made this disclosure as he announced plans to utilize the Alexandra School, Speightstown, St. Peter, and the surrounding schools to decentralize classes being taught at either the Barbados Community College and the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic or both.

 
 
 
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I'm in Washington D.C. I hope the Government in Barbados see this message. Our own government don't spend that kind of cash here on SCHOOLS alone. like Half a Billion!!!!....we might get like a couple of thousands or soemthing....I envy the kids there. To be in the RICHEST "FREE" country in the world...we have the most poor education than any. Don't get me wrong, in certain areas here we have great schools, great education....but overall we are pretty sad compared to education in the Islands, England and etc.
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