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Education Minister Ronald Thwaites is encouraging students to read and make good use of libraries across the island to help in advancing their education.

"If you don't have a good library in your school, then ask for the library service to send you a book mobile," the minister said.

Rev Thwaites was addressing the opening ceremony of Reading Day at the Allman Town Primary School...

Western Union is hoping to donate $400,000 worth of books to 11 primary schools in the Corporate Area, Clarendon and Manchester this week under its I-Pledge initiative which was officially launched last Wednesday at Ascot Primary School in St Catherine.

In addition to donating the books, representatives from the company will also be partnering with members of the public, the corporate...

In keeping with Western Union’s Reading Week, Opposition leader Andrew Holness will Monday morning read at the Drews Avenue Primary School in the Waterhouse, St Andrew.

Holness will read at 9:00 at the school located in his St Andrew West Central constituency.

Western Union’s Reading Week is being celebrated this year from April 7 to 11, when senior executives and staff from...

President of the Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) Dr. Mark Nicely has said Jamaica is bordering on moral bankruptcy, with no end in sight.

Students of Ascot Primary School, St Catherine, perform a skit during the launch of Western Union I-Pledge and National Reading Week at Ascot Primary in Portmore, St Catherine, on Wednesday. - Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer.

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Western Union launches Reading Week on April 2 as part of its I-PLEDGE 2014 programme at Ascot Primary in Greater Portmore. Ascot Primary is last year’s winner of the Western Union Primary School Debate competition.

Reading Week is celebrated this year from April 7 to 11, when senior executives and staff from GraceKennedy, its agents, individuals, celebrities and media...

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