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Candidates for Prospect Michael Myles and Sabrina Turner join Crosstalk host Barrie Quappe to debate the issues affecting their district.
On today's roundtable, we tackle the issue of education in Cayman -- what is working, what is not, what are some "big" ideas to help transform and improve schooling in these islands.
Poverty and its consequences have been a neglected problem in Cayman for too long, according to former government at-risk youth officer Michael Myles.
Every person deserves a chance to contribute meaningfully to our society and enjoy the fruits of their labour. Michael Myles and his partners are building more than a training centre, they are offering a passport to well-paying, satisfying employment and a rich, fulfilling life.
Cayman’s new vocational school could begin offering courses as early as next month, according to its creator Michael Myles.
Mr. Myles is to be commended, and his efforts supported – particularly by parents and educators who influence young people’s choices and who may be unaware of today’s job market realities.
Former government youth worker Michael Myles is in the early stages of setting up a vocational school to train Caymanians in construction, electrical, mechanics, air conditioning and other trades.
Campaigners for a referendum on the cruise port are hosting a community meeting, bringing together groups working on various related issues including beach access and the proposed development of land on the Barkers peninsula.
We have an abundance of tools, resources, expertise and willingness to take on Cayman’s tough problems. We just have to stop “waiting” and start acting.
Efforts to open a small trade school are quietly under way in Grand Harbour. Youth worker Michael Myles is setting up a training facility for mechanics in a new partnership between Hope Academy and several private sector partners.
Of the schoolchildren referred through youth courts to the Bonaventure Boys Home over the last three years, none has graduated high school and more than a third have been charged with further crimes.
For Luis Hernandez, the Black Pearl Skate Park is more than just a place to try out new stunts on his BMX.