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Bahamas Maritime Sector honours Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin

NASSAU, The Bahamas — The Bahamas Maritime Authority, in celebration of Bahamas Maritime Week, honoured former Minister of Transport, the Hon. Glenys Hanna-Martin for “unstinting leadership and support for furthering the growth and the opportunity of the Bahamas Maritime Sector, to the benefit of all Bahamians.” The Bahamas Maritime Authority held a reception in her honour at Margaritaville Beach Resort, September 29, 2022. Current Minister of Transport and Housing, the Hon. JoBeth Coleby-Davis, and former ministers of Transport, Renward Wells and Frankie Campbell, attended the event. Minister Hanna-Martin, who is current Minister of Education and Technical & Vocational Training is pictured delivering remarks at the podium. She is also shown in group photo with, from ...

“We are required at a time such as this to be bold and confident in the cutting of new paths in education” – Minister Hanna-Martin

“We are required at a time such as this to be bold and confident in the cutting of new paths in education, to roll up our sleeves, to properly and accurately analyze and assess where we are in education and what is required of us to create the framework for excellence and to be skillful in executing with precision without looking left or right. “This is essential and it is very urgent because I am convinced without a shadow of a doubt that it is through the process of education that we will unleash a powerful, unstoppable explosions of brilliance amongst our youth population,” said the Hon. Glenys Hanna-Martin, Minister of Education and Technical & Vocational Training. She addressed the opening ceremony of the Department of Education’s Public Schools Administrators Conclave 2022 Monday...

Construction of primary and high schools on target for two Family Islands says Education Minister

NASSAU, The Bahamas – Two Family Islands are on target for new schools beginning late 2022 or 2023. The Hon. Glenys Hanna-Martin, Minister of Education and Technical & Vocational Training informed the House of Assembly that funds have been budgeted for the construction of schools in Exuma and San Salvador. She made her contribution to the 2022-2023 Budget Debate, Monday, June 13. The budgeted cost for the construction of George Town Primary School and San Salvador High School is $16 Million each. The expected completion date for both institutions is 2024. The projects are a collaboration between the Ministry of Public Works and the Ministry of Education and Technical & Vocational Training. Minister Martin announced that plans are being finalized for construction of several classroo...