Improvements In The Education System
GOJ Strategic Priorities | January 20, 2016
Facilitating further improvements in the education system remains a major priority of the government. In 2016, the Ministry of Education wants to be more efficient in the delivery of Education and training to better equip Jamaicans to function in the labour force.
Presenter: Lorraine Mendez
Producer: Shanari Fearon
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GOJ Strategic Priorities | February 24, 2016
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GOJ Strategic Priorities | February 17, 2016
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GOJ Strategic Priorities | February 9, 2016
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GOJ Strategic Priorities | January 28, 2016
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GOJ Strategic Priorities | December 23, 2015
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Presenter: Andrae Palmer
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