The Government is calling on more corporate companies to partner with the island’s educational institutions in a bid to boost their outputs.
As part of its continued commitment to education, the JPS and Partners Co-operative Credit Union Limited has awarded 54 high-school bursaries and two tertiary-level scholarships to students, valued at over $4 million.
“It is not the school that you attend that makes you who you are but it is what you do with the available resources; that is what counts,” says 18-year-old Shackoyla Crooks of Godfrey Stewart High School in Westmoreland.
Sixteen students from non-traditional high schools across the island were on Wednesday awarded for outstanding performance in the 2015 Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC)-administered external examinations.
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