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‘Black’ pupils in UK failing on purpose? OAaSIS aid for Ja

Posted by on October 21, 2011

It’s time to join the OAaSIS International team and assist in building a better Jamaica, starting with empowering the creative mind of today’s youth – OAaSIS Int Fdn founder. This is in response to the article on ‘Black children failing on purpose?’ posted below.

An interesting post from Sylbourne Sydial in Facilitator’s for a Better Jamaica.

Black pupils ‘failing on purpose’: Your stories
Black schoolboys can choose to perform poorly to avoid undermining their masculinity, the head of the Jamaican Teachers’ Association has said.


Adolph Cameron said that in Jamaica, where homophobia was a big issue, school success was often seen as feminine or “gay”.

Here BBC News website readers share their stories.
Erulu, London

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