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Ministry of Education and First Global Bank Music Initiative

Jamaica’s Promise | August 16, 2013
Studies have shown that when incorporated into an academic curriculum, music enhances a child’s ability to learn. With this in mind, First Global Bank sought to partner with the Ministry of Education in 2011 to launch a pilot programme that would see music being incorporated into the Grade 3 curriculum of six primary schools.
Presenter: Vaughn Davis
Producer: Vaughn Davis
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