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Inspire Cayman Welcomes All

I’m sure that you have seen all kinds of business names that are memorable and catchy. Some are funny, some are serious. Some are long, and some are short. From some names, it is hard to decipher what the nature of the business is.

10 Jun, 2021

Confronting Climate Change through Technological Innovations, Institutional Change, and Individual Repentance

As the planet churns out fifty-one tons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere in every typical year, human influence on climate change is unmistakable. Even when it is denied in some political quarters, it is refreshing to see the current US President Biden, taking the situation quite seriously.

02 Jun, 2021

Confronting Climate Change: Implications for Small Island States. Part One

The poet Gerard Hopkins, in his famous poem ‘God’s Grandeur’ declares that ‘The world is charged with the grandeur of God,’ but then later in the verse he asks the question, ‘Why do men now reck his rod?’

27 May, 2021

Pre-schoolers to get new literacy programme

Young children in certain pre-schools will be benefitting soon from a ground-breaking new early years literacy programme, thanks to the non-profit organisation, Literacy is For Everyone (LIFE).

11 May, 2021

Cayman Career Academy celebrates two years with open-day

Cayman’s first beauty school, Cayman Career Academy recently held an open-day for prospective students to come and meet with the lecturers, and see just what the Academy can offer them to help them go to the very top of their chosen profession.

23 Apr, 2021

UCCI Holds Spring Graduation

The University College of the Cayman Islands will hold its commencement ceremony for its class of 2021 at 7:30 p.m., April 24. More than 200 students will receive degrees or certificates in the program, which is limited to 500 attendees, but which will be live streamed via UCCI’s Facebook page.

16 Apr, 2021

2021 Dart Grants awards CI$250,000 to nine local non-profits

Dart has announced the recipients of this year’s Dart Grants programme, valued at a total of CI$250,000. NCVO Children Services was awarded the CI$50,000 Dart Grant in support of the refurbishment of the Nadine Andreas Foster Home.

09 Apr, 2021

Registration for Government Schools Opens on 8 April 2021

The registration for students enrolling in, or transferring within Government schools for the 2021/2022school year will open on Thursday 8th April 2021 and will close on Wednesday, 30 June 2021.

08 Apr, 2021

Special needs kids need inclusive education

A handful of candidates for the upcoming election attended a presentation by Inclusion Cayman last week and heard that children with special needs were being denied an inclusive education, i.e. one which brought them into mainstream classrooms to be taught alongside their peers...

30 Mar, 2021

Increasing Women’s Political Representation Using Quotas

With women accounting for only ten of the fifty candidates in the upcoming elections, there is interest in understanding why this low number.

30 Mar, 2021
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