TemojRevuoj, ĵurnalojEditorial | That PNP Commission On Education

afiŝita je 2017-09-11 12:38:02

If the electorate were to any time soon give the People's National Party (PNP) another opportunity to form Jamaica's government, they should come to office knowing what they want to do and be clear about their policy priorities.

Peter Phillips, the party's new president, four months on the job, has so appointed commissions to formulate policies in three critical areas on which there has been much public discussions - the latest being on education. The other two are on land reform and a 'new economy', which we suppose means one adapted to the technological world of the 21st century.

This effort in education is particularly noteworthy, not only for the subject, but in its timing and Dr Phillips' choice of personnel. Its launch coincides with the start of a new school year and the quarrel over the financing of schools, pitting the education minister, Ruel Reid, against the administrators of a number of high schools, over whether the money the Government provides is sufficient and if, and how much, parents should contribute to their children's education.

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