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New JTA head wants blame game to stop
2013-09-01 18:08:27 | (0 Comments)
The president of the Jamaica Teachersí Association (JTA) is urging all stakeholders to end blaming others for the ills of the education system.
Dr Mark Nicely, in his back-to-school message, suggested that each should focus on playing their part in charting a new way forward. The new school year begins tomorrow.
Nicely noted that there was a far way to go in education. But, he said there could be no progress if thereís no regard for the relevance of all stakeholders.
He says itís time for all stakeholders - the government, parents, schools and teachers - be held to high standards of accountability.
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