Caribbean Curriculum is an annual peer-reviewed journal of the School of Education, The University of the West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago. It provides a forum for the publication of scholarly articles on the education systems of the English-speaking Caribbean written by scholars both within and outside the region.
Caribbean Curriculum begun publication in May 1985 as a biannual journal. In 2001 the journal changed to an annual publication. In 2009, the Editorial structure was reconstituted and persons were invited to serve on the Editorial Advisory Board and the Editorial Committee of the journal for three years in the first instance, with the option to renew membership.
It is with great pleasure that we, the Editorial Team at the School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine, launch our 28th issue of Caribbean Curriculum. It is a signal feat given the many difficulties posed by the present pandemic and my introduction to the post of Editor-in-Chief. We believe that the selected articles maintain the high standard the journal has upheld over the 36 years of its existence.
The spread of the Covid-19 virus is a major concern in education. Authors who choose to interrogate our Caribbean settings and worldviews can offer timely and relevant responses to the crisis. Mervin Chisolm puts the focus on our received pedagogical traditions and how at odds those are with the goal of emancipation through education. Joanne Nazir ta... More