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Posted by SR (riley) on Sep 15 2016 at 6:03 PM
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Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid says by the next school year, clear policy guidelines will be established to govern hair style and grooming for all schools, adding that under the current regulations, there is no specific policy by the Ministry, to deal with the issues.

Senator Reid informed that Permanent Secretary in the Ministry; Dr. Maurice Smith has been tasked to undertake an islandwide consultation with stakeholders on the matter, and is to provide him with a feedback by March 2017.
 The Education Minister said given the debate taking place on the issue, the Ministry will be establishing clear and acceptable standards for schools.  “Our response as a Ministry is to formulate a policy that will govern both private and public schools,” he said.

Mr. Reid said while he prepares the policy, stakeholders need to dialogue with schools, to ensure that the rules that now exist, are clear, and once stakeholders sign off, you are obliged to follow those rules and regulations.



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