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One parent of a student of the Patience Combined School is expressing frustration at what she says is the blatant discrimination against her son by school officials.

Ms Louina Joseph who explained that her son Boaz Small has a severe skin conditions, stressed that she has produced medical documents from her son’s doctor indicating that his condition is not contagious.

She says it has done nothing to stop the level of treatment meted out to him by the teachers at the school despite instructions from Ministry of Education Officials to desist from segregating the seven year old boy.

Pointing to Boaz’s  82 percent average in Grade K and his latest 64 percent average in Grade one, Ms Joseph says the effects of the her son segregation in the class may not allow him to realize his full academic potential.

Ms Joseph says she has been seeking a transfer from the Ministry of education for her son who is eligible to start grade 2 this year.
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