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Minister of Education and Youth Fayval Williams (right) looks at Re-visioning Change — Case Studies of Curriculum in School Systems in the Commonwealth Caribbean, authored by Zellynne Jennings. The book was one of several publications presented to the minister by representatives of The University of the West Indies (UWI) Press, at the ministry in Kingston on Tuesday. Looking on (from left) are acting marketing and sales manager, UWI Press, Karen Smith; and Acting General Manager Nadine Buckland. The oldest and most recognised university press in the Caribbean, UWI Press is a not-for-profit scholarly publisher of more than 500 books and journals in print, audio and electronic formats.

Minister of Education and Youth Fayval Williams (right) looks at Re-visioning Change — Case Studies of Curriculum in School Systems in the Commonwealth Caribbean, authored by Zellynne Jennings. The book was one of several publications presented to the minister by representatives of The University of the West Indies (UWI) Press, at the ministry in Kingston on Tuesday. Looking on (from left) are acting marketing and sales manager, UWI Press, Karen Smith; and Acting General Manager Nadine Buckland. The oldest and most recognised university press in the Caribbean, UWI Press is a not-for-profit scholarly publisher of more than 500 books and journals in print, audio and electronic formats.

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