Advantages Of Secondary Education In Jamaica

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Pupils who achieve top marks in GSAT seek and gain places in highly subscribed traditional high schools, leaving low-performing students to fill the available spaces in upgraded secondary schools. There should be no issue with the dispersion of these high performers across all the high schools in Jamaica, if parents can be guaranteed that their children would get the same eminence of education and a chance to all-inclusive growth and development from secondary institutions. Many may object to this statement but the reality is that many of our high schools lacking in adequate resources, effective administration, and financial support for needed materials, and in some cases, well-trained or qualified teachers. Why should emphasis be placed…show more content…
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