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PM Presents Computers to Students

Posted on 9/13/2016

Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness has handed over the first nine of 40 laptop computers to high-school and university students, which were donated through a partnership with Lenovo and AMD Inc.

40 Laptop computers
Corporate Vice President and General Manager
David Bennett
Director of Channel Sales
education and technology
global processor manufacturer AMD
Jamaica
Lenovo
Michael Abplanalp
philanthropy
Prime Minister Andrew Holness
RMP & Associates
St. Andrew West Central constituency
Vale Royal

Jamaicans Urged to Engage in Continuous Learning

Posted on 9/9/2016

With the country’s adult literacy rate at 87 per cent, the Government is encouraging more Jamaicans to engage in lifelong learning in order to boost the island’s competitiveness and productivity outputs.

adult literacy
adult literacy- 87%
education in Jamaica
International Literacy Day
Jamaica
Jamaican Foundation for Lifelong Learning’s (JFLL)
lifelong learning
Minister of Education
Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid
Terra Nova Hotel All-Suite Hotel
UNESCO
United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
Youth and Information

Smooth Start to New School Year

Posted on 9/6/2016

Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says the new academic year is off to a smooth start.

2016/17 academic year
back-to-school
eaward Primary and Junior High
Jamaica
Minister of Education
new academic year
Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid
St Andrew
Youth and Information

Wrestling to be Introduced at G.C. Foster College

Posted on 9/5/2016

The G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sport, which has produced some of the country’s most outstanding athletes and coaches in various disciplines, is adding wrestling to its programme offerings.

Dr. Joyce Graham-Royal
education in Jamaica
G.C. Foster
G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sport
introducing wrestling
Jamaica
Principal
St. Catherine
tertiary education

Pay Keen Attention to Next Chief Inspector’s Report

Posted on 8/12/2016
The National Education Inspectorate (NEI) is advising stakeholders in the education system to pay keen attention to the agency’s next report on the performance of primary and secondary schools. 
Chief Inspector
Chief Inspector's Report
Dr. Cheryl McLaughlin
Jamaica
Ministry of Education Youth and Information
Mrs. Maureen Dwyer
National Education Inspectorate
NEI-UJAA Conference
UJAA
Union of Jamaican Alumni Associations

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