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Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Ronald Jones has announced that a new school will be opened in October.
 
 
   
Students to rise above
Less than a month from now Barbados will have a new educational facility in operation, but it will be no ordinary school.

That’s according to Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Ronald Jones, who disclosed in an interview with journalists yesterday that the New Horizons Academy is set to be open close to the end of October. This development follows an announcement the Minister made last year that an academy would be set up somewhere in St. Michael to meet the needs of those students who are deemed as “disruptive elements” in secondary schools.

“The New Horizons Academy will be for a small cadre of children who are unable to work in the packed environment of our secondary school, and one or two from our primary, but mostly in our secondary schools and as a result of that, friction develops and so you get sometimes aggression and other unbecoming acts or behavi...

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