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Parents Of Government-Assigned Students Remain In Limbo Until Cabinet Meets On Thursday

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Parents and teachers remain in limbo with respect to Monday's opening of school for Government-assigned Private School students.

Head of the Association of Private Secondary Schools, Leslie Hislop, gave C News an update on the thorny situation.

Asked if the children will be turned away from school, as hinted in their Friday meeting at the Centre of Excellence, Mr. Hislop stated that until Cabinet gives them information, they are in a quandary as to how to proceed.


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