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Published: Wednesday | March 14, 2012
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Change the Caribbean education system to TVET focused - Part 1
LAST YEAR I did a series of articles on this matter. But as the University of the West Indies (UWI)/United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisations (UNESCO) conference on Technical and Vocational Education and Training...

This day in 1962
Jamaica's historical landscape is littered with dates which have shaped the terrain as well as the future of the country's diverse inhabitants.These events range from catastrophic to euphoric with no shortage of recollection whenever the various...

How to Manage GSAT Stress - Tips for children
SO YOU'VE done extra lessons and Saturday classes for the last year. You've done practice papers and mock exams. You've worked really hard, so hard you don't know when last you got to use your playstation, watch TV or hang out with your friends.

Former Gleaner employee to be buried this Saturday
The thanksgiving service for the life of Barbara Williams will be held this Saturday at the Bethel Baptist Church in Half-Way Tree, St Andrew, commencing at 10 a.m.Interment follows in the Mamby Park Baptist Church Cemetery, 161 Constant Spring...

Discreetly observing the power of neighbourliness
HELLO MI neighbour! Discreetly observing others can be a great source of entertainment especially when there isn't enough money for the theatre.

Planning a greener future
THE JAMAICA Institute of Planners is to host the second annual Caribbean Urban Forum at the Jamaica Conference Centre March 14-17 under the theme 'Planning to Achieve the Vision ... Towards a Green Urban Economy'....

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