Edu-Nation discussion focuses on Barbados-Panama connection
Senator Harcourt Husbands (left), Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, sits with Patricia Warner (second from left), Senior Education Officer in the Secondary Section of the Ministry of Education, during the Edu-Nation Discussion held at the Queen’s Park Steel Shed, for senior secondary school students.
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