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Minister of Education Ronald Thwaites (right), is all smiles as he browses Take Three Steps, a Vision 2030 Jamaica Reader. The book is an educational and motivational work written for younger citizens around  themes distilled from the Vision 2030 Jamaica -National Development Plan.   The book is written by Collette Robinson (left), who is manager of the  Social Protection  & Gender...

Less than one week after British officials reported the success of a scheme to help English schoolchildren improve their mathematics skills by copying Singaporean teaching methods, a similar programme has been announced for Jamaica.

An air of crisp modernity courses through the offices of LMH Publishing these days, and this new mood is a reflection of the company's renewed vision of catering to their ever-expanding customer base as the swift shifts in literary technology keep everybody on their toes.

Armed with the often-cited mantra that 'every child can learn - and every child must learn', 17-year-old Jelani Williams launched his brainchild, the 'Read Up Jamaica' programme, at a recent ceremony at the Glenmuir High School in May Pen, Clarendon.

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