Opposition suggests that PATH be tied to parents’ participation in P.T.A activities
Opposition Spokesman on Education Damion Crawford, is suggesting that the participation of children in the Programme of Advancement Through Health and Education, PATH, be tied to their parents’ participation in P.T.A activities.
The suggestion was one of several made by the People’s National Party spokesman at a press conference addressing violence in schools.
Speaking at the press conference, Mr Crawford said access to PATH should be assessed on a term by term basis.
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