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Dr. Dayton Campbell embarks on recruitment initiative calling 750 persons to take part in a night school programme commencing in January 2014.
St. Ann, October 25: Further to his plans for improving the educational standard of North West St. Ann and Jamaica by extension, Member of Parliament, Dr Dayton Campbell is embarking on a brand new initiative. Dr Campbell has issued a recruitment message calling 750 persons to take part in a night school programme commencing in January 2014.
Students will have the opportunity to be educated in four subject areas namely; Mathematics, English Language, Principles of Business and Office Procedures. The plan is to have one subject being undertaken each year beginning with Principles of Business.
The centres for the night school will be in Addison Park, Discovery Bay All Age School, Runaway Bay All Age and Bamboo Primary and Junior High. The classes, which are free of cost, will be held twice weekly with a duration of 3 hours per class. There is no age limit for the programme and registration will take place at the constituency office in Brown's Town.
Dr Campbell, when asked about the purpose of the programme, said "The lots of the masses of the people can only be improved by empowering them through education to become self-reliant and independent"
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