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Tavares Gardens Primary

Jamaica’s Promise | August 16, 2013
It’s tough being an inner-city school. There are so many reasons not to give of your best, like, the threat of crime and violence and limited community involvement. But it is precisely because the staff at Tavares Gardens Primary has chosen to work under such conditions that make them so special. Principal Lynette Malcolm has been at the school since 1977
Presenter: Vaughn Davis
Producer: Vaughn Davis
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