Mr. Bumble in Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist said, "If the law supposes that," … "the law is an ass — an idiot.’ Unfortunately, history has shown repeatedly, that this is possible.
On 18 and 19 October 2018, under its Education for Justice (E4J) initiative, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) organized an Expert Workshop for university lecturers aimed at enhancing their capacity to teach integrity and ethics.
Lots of people, not only from all across the Cayman Islands came out on Saturday 8 February to remember David Gerrard Powell) one of Bodden Towns most loved and respected citizens, in order to rename the Theoline L. McCoy Primary School’s football field in his honour.
A common cry from businesses across the island is that young people entering the workplace are ill-prepared for the realities of the working world, so a series of mock interviews took place last week at John Gray High School aimed at readying students for Cayman’s fast-paced business environment.
Academic standards are the benchmark of excellence and quality and the assurance to various stakeholders of the basis of accountability.
National Heroes Day isn’t just for adults, but for children too, because they are going to be the heroes of tomorrow.
World Bank Reports on Higher education consistently points to evidence that it fosters growth, reduces poverty and boosts prosperity with benefits for the individual and the educational system generally.
Caymanian artist, John Reno Jackson, is heading to Portugal for an intensive one-month residency program. The artist has been selected out of numerous applicants for a prime spot at PADA Studios. He will be there from February 1st - 29th.
For the fourth consecutive year, Harneys is the title sponsor of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Youth Parliament program.
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