Dominica could soon play host to a new group of Ecuadorian teachers.
This year after 7-months of training, 35 Ecuadorian teachers created history at the Dominica State College, when they graduated from the first teaching English Caribbean program, where they learned to teach English as a second language.
The program stemmed from a memorandum of understanding signed between Dominica and Ecuador.
The MOU encompassed the teaching of English as a second language under the Ecuador Scholarship Program for the teaching English, established in March 2012.
Dominica's Foreign Affairs Minister Senator Francine Baron says both countries have expressed interest in the continuation of the program.
Senator Baron made the remarks during the signing of a new visa waiver agreement allowing holders of all passport types to enter Ecuador without a visa.
Dominica's Foreign Affairs Minister Senator Francine Baron
And Ecuadorian Ambassador to Dominica Dr Galo Yepez Holguin thanked the Government for the program for the students.
Ecuadorian Ambassador to Dominica Dr Galo Yepez Holguin
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