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Education Minister Upbeat as New School Year begins Today

Posted on 9/4/2017

Education Minister Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid says he is hopeful and optimistic that the country will see great improvement in the education system this year. The Minster, in his back-to-school broadcast yesterday, not only expressed optimism, but also indicated that all the necessary preparations had been made for the start of the new academic year, which begins today.

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Back-to-School Message by Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid

Posted on 9/4/2017
My fellow Jamaicans, as we begin this new school year 2017 / 2018, we do so with much optimism and confidence that this will be a very good year for the education of our young people in Jamaica.
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Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid
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Senate Approves Bill for CMI to Become a University

Posted on 2/28/2017

The Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) will now gain university status, following the passage of legislation in both Houses of Parliament to effect this. The Senate on Friday (February 24) approved the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) Bill 2017, with 26 amendments.

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World Maritime University

Sagicor Inspires Tertiary Students in New Project

Posted on 10/12/2016

Sagicor Group Jamaica launched its inaugural Inspire Project on Friday, aimed at strengthening the leadership and life skills of some 120 specially selected tertiary-level students.

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A Passion for Maths

Posted on 10/12/2016

Aabuthnott Gallimore High School teacher Leesan Salmon has dedicated the last four years of his life to teaching math and he is happy with the results he is now seeing from his students.

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Akalia Jarrett
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Jordan Parke
Leesan Salmon
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