Sixth Regional Education Seminar, Honiara, British Solomon Islands Protectorate, 4-8 March 1974
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Sixth Regional Education Seminar, Honiara, British Solomon Islands Protectorate, 4-8 March 1974 report. by Regional Education Seminar Honiara, Guadalcanal Island 1974.

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Published by South Pacific Commission in Noumea, New Caledonia .
Written in English

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Places:

  • Micronesia

Subjects:

  • Education -- Micronesia -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsSouth Pacific Commission.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLA2270.M5 R43 1974
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 88 p. ;
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4489148M
LC Control Number79318651

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  The Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation was established by an Act of Parliament - The Broadcasting Ordinance It was established to provide a high quality broadcasting service, by radio, of a wide range of programs for the information, education and entertainment of all people living in the sovereign borders of the Independent State of Solomon Islands.   It is therefore very crucial that Solomon Islands must spare no effort in combating these two forces. The program was initiated by the joint efforts of these two offices and it was started in August with four schools, St. Nicholas, King George Sixth, Florence Young and Honiara High School with a total of (Form Fives) students. Ministry of Development Planning and Aid Coordination P. O. BOX G30, Honiara, Solomon Islands Tel No: +/, Fax No: +/ In March Papua New Guinea sent their first missionaries, Pr Kila Laena, his wife Poka and their family, to Malaita, Solomon Islands. Having worked with people in a village called Faugwari in Malaita Province for some years, the Laena family decided to make further in-roads into Honiara, the capital city of the Solomon Islands.

British Solomon Islands Protectorate: In Honiara, it is estimated that for the age group 7 to 8 years there is an average of decayed missing filled teeth per person; for the age group 9 to 10 years, ; for the age group 11 to 12 years, ; and for the age group 13 to 14 years, Honiara Solomon Islands College of Higher Education-Ref 1 links to a photo of the book cover, nothing else-None of the inline citations specifically are at the end of any sentence saying it's located in Honiara. Even though the school's name begins with Honiara, that's not a given. Arizona's Phoenix University is all over the world. Ministry of Development Planning and Aid Coordination P. O. BOX G30, Honiara, Solomon Islands Tel No: +/, Fax No: +/ Designed & Developed by Tiger Party.   General Inquiries: Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development G28 Honiara Telephone: () Fax: () The Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development was located on the 2nd and 3rd floor of the Tongs Building. Tongs building was located opposite of Hong Kong palace and was just sitting right behind the NPF building.

The Solomon Islands Government in requested that the NDS be reviewed and revised and extended to cover a twenty-year period to provide a longer term framework for planning that lays the foundations for recovery and long term sustainable development.   Education and training in Solomon Islands needs to support people in that transition. In , there are important changes underway in Solomon Islands’ training and employment system, including creating new institutions. One is a proposed Tertiary Education Commission and a Solomon Islands Qualifications Framework (SIQF) that will provide a. Higher education is provided by the Solomon Islands Teachers College (Honiara), the Honiara Technical Institute, and the University of the South Pacific Solomon Islands Center, also in Honiara. As of , public expenditures on education were estimated . Education in the Solomon Islands is governed by an Education Act and is patterned after the British system. The law, however, does not make education compulsory at least in the primary level, which is the main reason why only 60% of school-age children have access to the six-year elementary or primary education, the first level of the three-tier system of education in the country.