Establishing a Public Elementary School System for Slaves in the Danish Virgin Islands 1732 – 1846, by N.A.T. Hall.
Teaching as Decision Making, by John Martin.
Producing Media Software: A Slides-With-Commentary Presentation, by Michael Morrissey.
Democratization of Education: Teacher and Student Participation in Curriculum Decision-Making – A Model for Curriculum Management in Secondary Schools in the West Indies, by Zellyne D. Jennings-Wray.
Notes on Contributors.
The Caribbean Journal of Education (CJE), published twice annually by the School of Education, University of the West Indies (Mona, Jamaica), is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to covering all aspects of education affecting the Caribbean, from the early childhood to the tertiary level. Founded in 1974, CJE has always focused on giving voice to the concerns of the region. Education specialists and stakeholders, scholars, researchers, practitioners, policy makers are invited to submit scholarly papers on any aspect of education with potential impact on education in the Caribbean.