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EDITORIAL – David Marshall: ICCI’s champion exits the arena

In the three years since David Marshall took the reins as president of the International College of the Cayman Islands, we’ve only had to publish one disappointing headline about his tenure.

ICCI president stepping down after three years

The president of the International College of the Cayman Islands has resigned, saying he plans to seek a new challenge after three years in the job.

EDITORIAL – ICCI president’s pursuit of higher education standards

David Marshall, president of International College of the Cayman Islands, is battling for accountability and standards in local higher education. He should not be the lone combatant in this worthy struggle. In order to succeed, Dr. Marshall needs the support of this country. He surely has ours.

ICCI recognized for academics, receives British accreditation

A British agency granted the International College of the Cayman Islands accreditation last month, adding a second international seal of approval to an existing accreditation from the United States.

ICCI seeks accreditation from UK service

The International College of the Cayman Islands aims to offer its students more opportunities worldwide by applying for accreditation from the U.K.-based Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities.

ICCI inducts students into honorary society

Fifteen students from the International College of the Cayman Islands have been inducted into the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society chapter.

ICCI students explore global business in Chicago

Sixteen students from the International College of the Cayman Islands met Mayor Rahm Emanuel, visited the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and several city agencies and volunteered in a community outreach program while attending a five-day seminar this month in the Windy City.

EDITORIAL – Three bright lights in Cayman schools

Amid the general darkness that lingers over our country’s educational system, we are able to point to many individual points of light — both students and teachers. In this editorial, we will single out three Cayman Islands educators.

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