Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | January 15, 2013
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EDITORIAL - Getting it right before a crisis
Ministerial authority in Jamaica makes, it seems, those who get those jobs blind to squalor and impervious to the small things necessary for the orderly functioning of society.We are not anymore surprised, therefore, when no one appears to notice...

Mental ability and its place in schools
As a child growing up, I remember using a paperback green book in primary school simply called Mental Ability in Schools...

Portia should apologise
Prime Minister Simpson Miller delivered a national broadcast on January 6 of monumental irrelevance and obfuscation. Jamaicans have one priority concern right now: It's the economy, stupid! Yet the prime minister focused on crash-programme jobs and cash...

Ditch GSAT's scattershot focus; target maths, English instead
Notwithstanding Ian Boyne's ringing endorsement of the minister of education, as it relates to the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT), much is still left to be done...


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