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JAMAICA | Robinson wants Gov't to mediate dispute with tablet supplier

KINGSTON, Jamaica, October 16, 2020: Opposition spokesperson on Technology, Julian Robinson, has  renewed his call for the Government to engage in mediation with tablet device provider GeoTech, who brought in 19,000 tablets which the Government had labelled defective and not meeting their specifications.

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British Empire is still being whitewashed by the school curriculum – historian on why this must change

Jeremy Corbyn has recently proposed that British school children should be taught about the history of the realities of British imperialism and colonialism. This would include the history of people of colour as components of, and contributors to, the British nation-state – rather than simply as enslaved victims of it. As Corbyn rightly noted: “Black history is British history” – and hence its study should be part of the national curriculum, not segregated in a single month each year.

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HAITI-Schools closed for week as parents fear reprisals following extradition of legislator

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Jan 13, CMC – The Director of the Department of Education (DDE), Jean Marcel Jeanty Friday deployed the continued closure of schools in the Grand Anse area following last week’s arrest of the newly elected representative Guy Philippe, who has since been extradited to the United States on drug related charges.

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