Juvenile Justice Reform Continues To Benefit Secondary Schools With New Campaign

Secondary Schools across the country are continuing to benefit from initiatives being implemented by the Ministry of Social Development as part of the OECS Juvenile Justice Reform (JJR) Project.

National Co-ordinator of the Project, Merissa Finch says the Ministry carried out a pilot programme dubbed: The Sixteen Now Campaign with three Secondary Schools in the Kingston District, where suspension rates were high.

Mrs. Finch- Burke explained how the Sixteen Now Campaign was implemented.




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