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Monday, May 16, 2005

Jamaicas Minister of Education, Youth and Culture Maxine Henry-Wilson says her ministrys and improve literacy services throughout the island. She described to the House of Representatives recently, the benefits gained from the Jamaica Library Services (JLS ) New Horizon Project. The New Horizon Schools project covers 72 schools and plans to expand to 700 schools with the assistance of USAID . The Minister explained, literacy levels in those primary schools, in some cases moved from a low of 16 per cent to a high of 50 per cent. The results for the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT ) for those schools had also increased

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zuPgrh I think this is a real great article.Much thanks again. Fantastic.
By chocopie @ New York
Thursday, December 20, 2018

i tink dat it's a good idea,that diz gyal is trying to improve J.a. this also helps J.a gain more education for the future...

peace e'z
By michael @
Saturday, June 4, 2005

i tink dat it's a good idea,that diz gyal is trying to improve J.a. this also helps J.a gain more education for the future...

peace e'z
By michael @ canada
Saturday, June 4, 2005

dis is good
it is good dat dis lady is trying to help build up jamaica, bcuz it seems like pj batterson just mash up di jamaica school system.

Saturday, June 4, 2005

da young kids in Jamaica should have a equal right to education Nomatter the circumstance.
By cr@zi kid @ london
Monday, May 23, 2005

damn yo going to school a yaaad ight easy but education is the key for us to success
By dave @ USA
Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Education is the key
Education is the key to the answer. Education opens the doors to so many different things.and if a child is robbed of their rights to learn, then they have nothing to aspire to or want to become.
By Wade Cameron @ USA, New York
Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Aint no easy road
Dem stop the yutes from getting educated and producing illiterates and irredeemables instead; Mahatma Ghandi said" Poverty is the cause of crimes not guns; Marcus Garvey said,"Poverty is a crime;Who produce poverty on its people; govt; Who told us to choose them to alleviate poverty,govt. This PNP govt. has been given 16 years and look at the results; 847 million US $ down the drain cause violence; pickneyies without food or clothing cause violence; Operation pride money paid, without any work done cause violence; Children without lunch money cause violence; No firetrucks =violence; Don`t blame the yutes; IT is undoubtedly a govt. fault or a govt. responsibility, thus the failure to alleviate poverty is govt. fi get blame, when police cannot get or earn livable wages=violence=stress, =violence=change the govt. is only legal option, democracy allows.
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Glamrous @passa.passa
Wednesday, May 18, 2005

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