The underperformance of several students with the primary level of the education system in Jamaica has caused the schools to be placed under the microscope and there has been an intense focus on educational performance of students as well as the success of primary universities in general. Associated with this underperformance are many conditions that are hindering the teaching and learning process, yet little target is placed around the learning environment and therefore the university climate like a critical factor is pale in the background. College climate is definitely the learning environment created throughout the interaction of human relationship, physical placing and psychological atmosphere, (Perkins, 2006). A favourable university climate forms the composition within which usually teachers, students, parents and principals function cooperatively and constructively.
Much of what is overlooked in schools today would be the things that will form the base for long term achievements of students. The imperatives are for universities to achieve best GSAT results or have a team of students shifting to classic high schools, but to make certain that all the students that pass through the system are mold, designed and built with the appropriate expertise that will put together them forever. Such skills include the capability to think vitally, communicate very well and job effectively in a team. If perhaps students will be taught the right way to live and work together, they will be in a position to function well in a group, (Baker, 2006). A sustainable positive university climate encourages holistic creation which is essential for a successful contributory and sustainable your life in a democratic society, (National School local climate council, 2013. )
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