6 Things You Need To Know Today – September 23, 2014

cop killers

  1. Treat Cop Killers As The Criminals They Are. An Influential voice in the volatile St Andrew community of August Town says the brazen daylight slaying of a police constable there yesterday must become the last straw for the heavily armed hoodlums preying on law-abiding citizens…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com
  2. Right Teacher, Wrong Class! – Trained Special-Needs Teachers Teaching Music And PE. Despite a severe shortage of teachers trained to deal with children with mental and intellectual disabilities, some of the country’s 249 special-needs educators are currently not employed in this area…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com
  3. Deane’s Killers Will Be Held Accountable, Bunting Assures. The Government is seeking to assure that the culprits responsible for Mario Deane’s deadly beating at a St James police lock-up on Independence Day will be held accountable…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com
  4. Who Poisoned SSP Henry? – Family Demands New Probe As Jury Fails To Finger Culprit. A coroner’s jury has found that former Senior Superintendent of Police Dathan Henry was “systematically poisoned” in 2012 but said there was not enough evidence to point the finger at those responsible…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com
  5. Invest More In Football History – Boyd. The mercurial Walter Boyd, arguably one of Jamaica’s best-ever players, believes not enough is being done to teach young players about Jamaica’s football history…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com
  6. Miss Kitty Cooks Up Science Lab – Spearheads Initiative To Benefit St Joseph’s High School. St Joseph’s High School on Collins Green Avenue, St Andrew, now has a science laboratory, courtesy of Miss Kitty Live and the Miss Kitty Foundation…Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com
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