Jones: Take lessons from past
THE SIDELINING OF history has led society to where it is today.
This was the assessment of Minister of Education Ronald Jones, on Saturday night, as he delivered the feature address at the Lynch’s Old Scholars’ Association’s dinner and awards ceremony at the Clock Tower, Garrison Savannah.
In speaking about the impact now defunct schools such as Lynch’s Secondary and Washington School had on society, Jones said credit needed to be given to the long-standing triad of the family, church and school.
“Those were institutions that formed us into who we are,” Jones said. (AD)
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