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Science meets dancehall
The JN Foundation is collaborating with Professor Christopher Emdin to launch Science Genius Jamaica, a new education project that will fuse dancehall music with science. The project, which mirrors Professor Emdin’s Science Genius programme that blends hip hop music with science, is part ...
School-based enterprises could fix bad economy — educators
Minister of Education Ruel Reid, having acknowledged the importance of social enterprises, has suggested that investing in the entrepreneurial development of students could be the answer to the economic turmoil that the country has been experiencing for decades. “In Jamaica we have struggled ...
Irrigation commission awards 14 scholarships to employees’ children
Fourteen children of employees of the National Irrigation Commission Limited (NIC) walked away from a presentation ceremony in Kingston two Wednesdays ago with scholarships valued at over $700,000. The scholarships were presented for both the 2015/16 and 2016/17 academic years, as follows: For 2015 ...

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