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JIS News | April 15, 2014
Jamaica Targets 85 Percent Mastery In Literacy By 2015
Jamaica targets 85 per cent mastery in literacy by 2015, NEPA develops strategies for Invasive Alien Species, And Inner-City Youth Receive Call Centre Training under JEEP.
Presenter: Karlene Brown-Thompson
Producer: Prince Moore
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