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Autistic Children Given Special Focus by the Ministry of Education

Kingston, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Autistic Children Given Special Focus: Parents with autistic children will be given special focus by the Ministry of Education as preparations are in place for entry into the school system. This is the word from Minister of Education, Youth and Information Senator Ruel Reid who further informed that there will be sensitization engagements will be... Read More
GSAT Results Available June 15 Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News 

GSAT Results Available June 15

Kingston, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – GSAT Results Available June 15: Results of the Grade Six Achievement Test, GSAT will be available next week. This is the word from State Minister in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information Floyd Green. He informed that the Ministry is finished collating and putting together the GSAT results and come Thursday, a press conference... Read More
Farm Primary and Junior High School Celebrates 40 Years Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Western Jamaica News 

Farm Primary and Junior High School Celebrates 40 Years

Montego Bay, St James (Mckoy’s News) – The Farm Primary and Junior High School in Montego Bay is now celebrating 40 years of existence. The teachers went on a dinner and boat ride on teachers day in May. The celebration continued on Thursday June 1 with an appreciation ceremony at the “Day O Plantation Restaurant,” in Granville St James. Two... Read More
Government to Spend J$100M on Jamaican School Security Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News 

Government to Spend J$100M on Jamaican School Security

Manchester, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – Jamaican School Security: The Government plans to spend $100 million annually, beginning next year, to improve safety at schools deemed to have inadequate security arrangements.   Education Minister Senator Ruel Reid, said this will include the installation of  perimeter fencing, LED lighting and electronic surveillance equipment.    The minister made the announcement on Tuesday during a consultative... Read More
Three Kingston Teachers Forcibly Cut Boy’s Hair – ARRESTED Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Teen News 

Three Kingston Teachers Forcibly Cut Boy’s Hair – ARRESTED

Kingston, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – Teachers Forcibly Cut Boy’s Hair: Three teachers from the Vauxhall High School in Kingston have been charged by police for holding down a student and cutting his hair.   According to reports, on Tuesday, three teachers reportedly held down a student and gave him a haircut against his will.  Thursday (June 1), the teachers were... Read More
St Neva’s Preparatory Career Day  Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Western Jamaica News 

St Neva’s Preparatory Career Day 

Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – St Neva’s Preparatory Career Day: St Neva’s Preparatory School, a private institution,  located at 39 Barnett Street in Montego Bay held their career day celebration on Wednesday, May 31. The students were nicely dressed in Police Clothing, Nurse, Doctors, Lawyers, Pastor, Teacher, Soldiers, and Pilots representing their chosen profession. Councillor Richard Vernon was in attendance... Read More
Hecoin Acquires License for Some American Health Exams Education News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News 

Hecoin Acquires License for Some American Health Exams

  Kingston, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Hecoin Acquires License for Some American Health Exams: Some categories of Health Care Workers are able to sit a licensure examination in Jamaica which gives them the license to work in the USA.  The prestigious licenses have been given to Health, Education and Counselling Institute/HECOIN with Campuses in Jamaica and Haiti. Hecoin Acquires License... Read More
Three Main Causes of Teenage Pregnancies – Ackeem Smith Ackeem Smith Education News Featured Columnist Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Teen News Weekend Reads 

Three Main Causes of Teenage Pregnancies – Ackeem Smith

Teenage Pregnancies are regular occurrences among our girls in our global society. Furthermore, it is important to note that nearly all teen pregnancies are unintended. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) defines Teenage pregnancy as a teenage girl, within the ages of 13-19, becoming pregnant. The term in everyday speech usually refers to girls who have not yet reached legal adulthood, which... Read More
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