Tanya Samuels is running the first session of the Reading Clinic at the Language & Literacy Institute.
The Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise will distribute the 832 books on International Literacy Day, Wednesday 8 September.
Literacy is important to help Cayman grow.
Rotary Sunrise park opens on Wednesday.
Literacy coaches help teachers boost literacy.
You don't have to get your feet wet to find out about the ocean in two upcoming events to mark Ocean Literacy Day on Saturday, 28 August.
The Central Caribbean Marine Institute is bringing a new educational tool to primary teachers to help them teach Cayman’s school children about aspects of the ocean.
The District Governor of the Rotary Club, Diana White, paid a visit to Cayman recently.
The Central Caribbean Marine Institute is upgrading its ocean literacy campaign for schools with new and improved teacher support packs.
The Rotary Club Central celebrates librarians.
Rotary Club Central and the Library Services host their first ever Saturday Storytime session, last Saturday.
Her Majesty’s Prison Northward has come up with a different approach to getting inmates to learn to read.
dms Organisation has announced that five finalists have been selected for the 2010 Joanna Clarke Excellence in Education Award.
Primary school students all around Grand Cayman are being treated to tours of the Island’s Public library courtesy of an initiative by Rotary Central.
After carefully researching literacy programmes that will make a positive impact in the community, Rotary Sunrise has purchased and is providing training in the Auto Skills Reading software.
Applications are being accepted by dms for the 2010 Joanna Clarke Excellence in Education Award and the newly created Joanna Clarke Scholarship Fund.