“Miller, co-chair of the Black, Latino, and Asian Caucus, said, “the effort represents the Council’s commitment to ensuring that students of receive access to cutting-edge, software-based learning that prepares them for the job market and beyond. We are so grateful to our partners and hopeful that the Hazel Dukes Education Initiative and pilot program will continue with the support of the Council and expand over the years.”

QNS: https://qns.com/story/2019/12/17/city-council-and-naacp-announce-1-million-technology-grant-for-three-public-schools-in-jamaica/