JTA President calls for greater efforts to implement conflict resolution measures in all schools
President of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association, Leighton Johnson says now more than ever, there needs to be greater efforts to implement conflict resolution measures in all schools.
His comment comes in light of Thursday’s attack on a lower school student at the BB Coke High School in St. Elizabeth.
The injured boy who is being treated at hospital, was badly beaten allegedly by a senior male student, after its reported that he stepped on his Clarks shoes.
Mr. Johnson says while the Government has implemented measures to help students resolve conflicts amicably, more must be done to ensure students employ these measures.