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New Chief Education Officer To Be Appointed Soon

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Education Minister Hon. Shawn Edward has announced that the vacant post of Chief Education Officer is expected to be filled soon.

Chris Satney reports that the minister made the pronouncement at a retreat for Heads of Department of the Ministry of Education held at the Sandals Grande last week.

SOURCE: Ministry of Education. Headline photo: Shawn Edward

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  1. Stop playing politics! You guys crucified the last administration for FFF, but you guys have embarked on the same. Victimization and jobs for the boys and girls who are not qualified for the job. Stop having persons leapfrog over their supervisors to get in higher positions. This does not bode well for any organization. When the ministry of education operates in that manner, does it surprise you that the society is in a mess? What a shame of a ministry!


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