Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
Published: Monday Sunday | February 22, 2009
The Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) needs new leadership
The Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA), now into middle age, is a worthy and venerable organisation that, up to now, has enjoyed the respect of a wide cross section of the Jamaican people. Read More...Many opportunities to prosper from crisis - Part II
In the first part of this article, published last Sunday, the first five of 10 solutions available to Jamaicans to get out of the current economic crisis were published.- Dr Trevor Hamilton Read More...Responses to Dr Hamilton's proposals
From Danny Roberts and Edward ChinMook Programme Read More...Returns on education
Prime Minister Golding has stepped in where angels and most other politicians might fear to tread.Speaking at St George's College, he announced his dissatisfaction with the returns on education.- Martin Henry Read More...Investment schemes and fundamentalist thinking
The recent arrest of David Smith, head of the Investment Club, Olint, seems to have brought down the curtain (at least for some time to come) on the public acceptability, perceived viability and presumed safety of alternative investment schemes (AIS). - Canute S. Thompson Read More...Is 'Rampin' Shop' erotic in English?
Much of the hostility that Rampin' Shop has generated has far more to do with our perception of the raw-chaw character of the Jamaican language in which it is composed, than with its supposedly explicit sexual content. Read More...