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CDA head reacts to children-bullying survey findings

Published:Wednesday | October 7, 2015 | 10:31 AM
Rosalee Gage Grey says the report is a reminder that a lot more work needs to be done to curtail anti-social behaviour among children.

The Child Development Agency (CDA) says the findings of its survey will inform efforts to re-examine its policy and guidelines for the operation of residential child care facilities and intervention strategies.

However, speaking during a consultation session held at the New Kingston Conference Centre yesterday, Chief Executive Officer Rosalee Gage Grey said the report is a reminder that a lot more work needs to be done to curtail anti-social behaviour among children.

She praised the Ministry of Education for using the findings to update its safe schools policy and says the CDA could soon follow suit.

 

Chief Executive Officer of the CDA Rosalee Gage Grey