JTA joins appeal to locate missing teacher Danielle Anglin

May 17, 2024
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The Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) is joining a public appeal to locate missing teacher Danielle Anglin, who works at St Peter Claver Primary and Infant School in St Andrew.

Anglin, 29, who lives in Hellshire, Portmore, St Catherine, was last seen about 5:50 a.m. on Monday while on her way to work.

She is reportedly of dark complexion, slim build and about 5 feet 6 inches tall.

The JTA is asking anyone with information which could lead to her safe return to call the 119 police emergency number or the nearest police station or the organisation.

Meanwhile, the JTA says it is concerned about the negative impact of violence on the education sector.

It says violence generally is not being contained to specific areas but is now being perpetrated against all Jamaicans, teachers and students alike.

“Violence of any sort in our society continues to have a debilitating impact on all aspects of our educational landscape and this is counterproductive,” the JTA said in a media release on Friday.

“The association also condemns any violence against educators whose daily task is to mould the lives of our children, giving them a good start in life, thus making them a worthwhile and productive citizen of Jamaica and the wider Caribbean and world,” it added.

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