14th Meeting of the Joint Select Committee on Human Rights, Equality and Diversity – Right to Quality Education
Inquiry into right to quality education with specific focus on the review and updating of the primary and secondary school curriculum to include entrepreneurship and sport related subjects.
i. Ministry of Education;
ii. Ministry of Youth Development and National Services;
iii. National Primary Schools Principal’s Association (NAPSPA); and
iv. Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools of Trinidad and Tobago
Friday April 14, 2023
✦ Understanding: Do you understand the issues discussed?
✦ Satisfaction Level: Are you satisfied with points raised by the Government, Opposition, and others present?
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✦ Concerns: What more can be done to resolve these issues discussed?
✦ Concerns: What issue(s)/question(s) do you have in relation to this sitting/meeting?
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✦ Comments: What point(s)/suggestion(s) do you disagree with, and why?
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