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Senator Morgan Calls For Bi-partisan Commission On Financing Tertiary Education

Government Senator, Robert Morgan, is calling for the establishment of a bi-partisan commission to find sustainable solutions to funding tertiary education over the next few decades. Senator Morgan says the Commission could also be mandated to examine issues related to the primary and secondary education sectors. The Government Senator says …

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Roads, Piped Water and Education on Tomlinson’s Agenda for West Rural St. Andrew

PNP standard bearer for West Rural St. Andrew, Krystal Tomlinson, says she’ll tackle poor road conditions, a lack of piped water and education if she wins the battleground seat in the next General Election. The party confirmed Ms Tomlinson to be its prospective candidate for the constituency, last week. The …

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UTECH Students Take Protest Over Disruption of Classes to Education Ministry

A protest is now underway at the Ministry of Education by students from the University of Technology, UTECH. The frustrated students are protesting against the ongoing disruption of classes at the institution. Several classes at UTECH have stalled since Friday due to a strike by some 5-hundred members of the …

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PM Orders Education Ministry To Implement Policies To Prevent Repeat Of Clan Clarthy-like Accident

Home Evening News PM Orders Education Ministry To Implement Policies To Prevent Repeat Of Clan Clarthy-like Accident Evening News By William MitchellOct 29, 2019, 23:45 pm 18 Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he’s instructed the Education Ministry to implement the necessary policy changes to ensure there isn’t a repeat of …

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UWI Climbs Top 2 Education Rankings In Latin America, Top 4 Globally

The University of the West Indies has improved its position on the Times High Education Rankings for 2020. Vice-Chancellor of the UWI, Professor Hilary Beckles made the announcement last week. Professor Beckles says the UWI has retained its number one spot for the Caribbean region from its debut on the …

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Clarendon businessman finances student’s education | News

Blessed and determined is how Akeem Waite has described the last few years of his life. Waite, a student of the University of West Indies (UWI), told THE STAR that he has been receiving financial help from Clarendon businessman Keith Murray, who he credits for giving him a new lease …

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Education Ministry Hits Back Against JTA President’s NCEL Criticism

The Education Ministry is hitting back at Jamaica Teachers’ Association, JTA President, Owen Speid, who’s claimed that most of the instructors at the National College for Educational Leadership, NCEL, are less qualified than those taking the courses.  Mr Speid also claims that NCEL has had no board in place since …

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Education Ministry Hits Back At Speid

The Education Ministry is hitting back at Jamaica Teachers’ Association, JTA President, Owen Speid, who’s claimed that most of the instructors at the National College for Educational Leadership, NCEL, are less qualified than those taking the courses. Mr Speid also claims that NCEL has had no board in place since …

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