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Category Archives: Education
Somebody messed up. Big time. This is not about being liberal, tolerant or open-minded. The people who managed to get what has turned out to be a hugely controversial Health and Family Life Education manual into Jamaican schools must have … Continue reading
Over the past few months, the ever-present patois/patois/creole/Jamaican wars have shifted into high gear. On the one hand you have Jamaicans who cannot understand why there is a debate, and insist that the answer is to forget about patois in … Continue reading
I got some interesting and heartfelt responses to my first post on corporal punishment in Jamaica, especially in relation to what used to happen in the schools. In commenting on how students not very quick academically were treated at his … Continue reading
The Huffington Post published a poignant story about a Jewish man reminiscing about the legacy of love left to him by his Jamaican nanny, a story that’s heartwarming and touching. Or is it? The story is indeed well-written and moving. … Continue reading
The main difference between the Common Entrance Examination (CEE) and Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) is there are more subjects and more material to study for GSAT. But let us not forget, results day for CEE was just … Continue reading