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    Education Ministry reports that everything is in place for the 2020 Primary Exit Profile (PEP) Examinations

    Jamaica’s Promise | March 5, 2020
    Press play on this edition of Jamaica's Promise to get updated on the latest with the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) Examinations.
    Presenter: Anjuii James Sawyers
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