Anguilla: A Lost Generation?

In the context of a recently published World Bank report on the impact of crime in the West Indies, Corruption-free Anguilla writes: “The pervasive violence in our school system warps and distorts the values of our youth. Good teachers are driven away. Well-behaved pupils are sent away to other countries for their education.”

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