Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC)
Conseil des examens des Caraïbes
1972-04-20 Castries St Lucia
Established 20 Apr 1972, Castries (St Lucia), as an Associate Institution of D-XD4579 - Caribbean Community (CARICOM), on Agreement between 15 English-speaking Caribbean territories, following recommendations, 1964, at 2nd Conference of Heads of Government of Commonwealth Caribbean Countries.
Provide the region with: syllabi of the highest quality; valid and reliable examinations and certificates of international repute for students of all ages, abilities and interests; services to educational institutions in the development of syllabi, examinations and examination administration, in the most cost effective way.
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Council (meets annually) of 42 members, including representatives of the teaching profession and of National Committees established in each member State and Vice Chancellors of F-XF7988 - University of the West Indies (UWI) and University of Guyana. School Examinations Committee (SEC) is the main professional and technical body. Administrative and Finance Committee (AFC); Sub-Committee of School Examinations (SUBSEC). Headquarters located in Barbados; Western Zone office in Jamaica.
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