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Ministry looking to focus groups

ALEX DOWNES, alexdownes@nationnews.com

Added 28 May 2017

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Minister of Education Ronald Jones (FILE)

MINISTER OF EDUCATION Ronald Jones has revealed that his ministry will soon be conducting focus groups with delinquent schoolchildren.

But despite looking to address the appalling incidents of violence in schools by speaking to students, Jones has blasted the nation’s adults as he believe they are “eating its young”.

He said the ministry was making this move as they had heard from virtually everyone on the matter of school violence, except those involved.

“We have not heard genuinely from those who are involved in violence and we’re going to do it in the ministry,” Jones said as he spoke to the media after the launch of the inaugural Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) fun fest at Queen’s College. (AD)

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