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  2. List of Education Ministers of Jamaica - Wikipedia

    The following is a list of education ministers of Jamaica since adult suffrage (1944). [1] [2] Jehoida McPherson (1945–1949) Joseph Malcolm (1950–1951) L. L. Simmonds (1951–1953) Edwin Allen (1953–1955) Ivan Lloyd (1955–1957) Florizel Glasspole (1957–1962) Edwin Allen (1962–1972) Florizel Glasspole (1972–1973) Eli Matalon (1973–1974)

  3. Education in Jamaica - Wikipedia

    the council now offers 33 subjects including but not limited to: history, geography, english literature, agricultural science, biology, physics, chemistry, additional mathematics, spanish, french, principles of accounts, principles of business, information technology, religious education, technical drawing, music, visual arts and theater arts. …

  4. Ministries and Agencies of the Jamaican Government - Wikipedia

    The Ministries of Jamaica are created at the discretion of the Prime Minister of Jamaica to carry out the functions of Government. As of 2021 the current Prime Minister is The Most Honorable Andrew Michael Holness, ON, MP. The agencies of Jamaica are created by both Parliamentary law and assigned to ministers to oversee.

  5. List of education ministries - Wikipedia

    Ministry of Education (Jamaica) Ministry of Education, Technological & Vocational Training (Barbados) Secretariat of Public Education ( Mexico) Ministry of Education (Saint Lucia) Ministry of Education and National Reconciliation (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines)

  6. List of Jamaican Ministers of State - Wikipedia

    Hon. Alando Terrelonge - Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sports. Hon. Homer Davis - Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development. Hon. J.C. Hutchinson - Ministry of Transport and Mining. Hon. Juliet Cuthbert-Flynn - Ministry of Health and Wellness. Sen, the Hon. Leslie Campbell - Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign ...

  7. Maxine Henry-Wilson - Wikipedia

    Maxine Antoinette Henry-Wilson, CD (born February 1, 1952) is a Jamaican educator and politician, representing the People's National Party (PNP). She served as minister of education from 2002 to 2007. [1] Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Education career 3 Political career 4 Honours and awards 5 Personal life 6 See also 7 References

  8. Ministry of Education (Namibia) - Wikipedia

    The Ministry of Education ( MOE) is a department of the Namibian government. It was established at Namibian independence in 1990, the first Namibian education minister was Nahas Angula. Between 1995 and 2005, and since 2015, its responsibility is only primary and secondary education, while vocational and university education fall under the ...