Verona Antoine-Smith: The high cost of free education – Parents of GSAT awardees get painful awakening

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Perhaps the biggest irony of free education in Jamaica is the high costs that parents still have to pay for their children to access it.Emerging trends in some secondary schools demonstrate that the idea of free education is, at best, a political…

Perhaps the biggest irony of free education in Jamaica is the high costs that parents still have to pay for their children to access it.Emerging trends in some secondary schools demonstrate that the idea of free education is, at best, a political…

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Public-sector reform in Jamaica
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Jamaica has been in a reform process for more than two decades. The most recent inflexion points on Jamaica's reform journey can be traced to 2009 when Prime Minister Bruce Golding established the Public Sector Transformation Unit (PSTU), led by ...

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