Ministry Renews Contract With Innovation Unit

December 8, 2023 | 3 Comments

The Ministry of Education has announced the renewal of its contract with Innovation Unit A/NZ, which has been extended from November 2023 through October 2024 with the “renewed commitment valued at $1,887,452.78.”

“At the heart of education reform is a philosophy that resonates with every Bermudian, the drive for change must be led by Bermudians for Bermudians,” said Minister of Education, Diallo Rabain.

“Our team, comprising 14 skilled Bermudians working full-time in the Education Reform Unit [ERU] and around 60 Bermudians in various workstreams, is a testament to this commitment. In our journey towards educational excellence, over 100 Bermudians are actively engaged in transforming our schools.”

A Government spokesperson said, “To assist in our efforts, the Ministry of Education has announced the renewal of its contract with Innovation Unit A/NZ. This vital partnership has been extended from November 2023 through October 2024.This renewed commitment, valued at $1,887,452.78, underscores our unwavering dedication to educational reform and progress in Bermuda.

“On November 24th, the Minister of Education in the House of Assembly stated this collaboration is more than a contract; it’s a partnership integral to our reform efforts. The Innovation Unit works closely with our local teams, including the Education Reform Unit, Working Groups, and School Transformation Teams, to bring about substantial and meaningful change.

Minister Rabain continued, “Our efforts, however profound, are not yet complete. We stand at a pivotal moment in our journey, calling upon every Bermudian to participate in this transformative process. The renewal of this contract is not just an investment in a partnership but an investment in the future of Bermuda’s education. It’s a call to action for all of us.

“As we move forward, our focus remains on ensuring that the foundation we build today will empower future generations. The investment of $1,887,452.78 is not just a financial figure; it’s a reflection of our commitment to the future of our children and our nation.

“Together, we can reshape our educational landscape for the betterment of all Bermudians. Bermuda, we need you. Your involvement, voice, and dedication are crucial in this journey of educational transformation.”

“The Education Reform Unit can be reached at or”

click here banner education

Read More About

Category: All, News, Politics

Comments (3)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Joe Bloggs says:

    Google cannot find any entity with the name “Innovation Unit A/NZ”.

    Does anyone know who is behind that entity?

  2. Steve says:

    Time to resign Robain

  3. Aiesha Oliver says:

    Rather, it is time to properly screen people and companies interested in Bermuda and her people.

    I am a black Bermudian teacher from Warwick who graduated high school in 1993 along with Minister Caines brother Travis. I attended AUC with some of my classmates for a year…others went to Oakwood. I am a real person who has been treated like garbage in the UK because of my political ties and my and my children’s education in the United States. I am essentially a political hostage in the UK. My oldest son attended Aberystwyth University in Wales as an international politics major. The cruelty that has ensued since Covid. If ‘open prison’ was a concept…I am in one on a very tight watch.

Leave a Reply