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We Have A Good Report Card- Walwyn

Minister of Education and Culture Hon. Myron V. Walwyn holds the strong view that the NDP has govern the BVI quite well in the past six years.

He was speaking as they celebrate their mid term in second term in office tomorrow June 8th

"Government has done a good job, yes we may have made some mistakes, all governments do, but we have a good report card," he said yesterday in the House of Assembly. 

He also spoke to the good things he said he has done in education.

"There is progress in the country and you have some talking about education in the country and how nothing ain't happen in education, what a wicked set of people. The education system in this country has improved three folds."

He added, "I am going to be extremely proud when the graduating ceremony is coming up, I am going to be proud of the ones in particularly at the technical school in Baughers Bay. When we came into office that place was a dumping ground for students who we think we couldn't teach."

"And we be able to turn that school into something that can produce and will produce good citizens that will do marvelous work in the technical field in this country. So significant things are being done here in the territory for the advancement of its people. "

We Are Enabling Alternative Career Options-Education Minister

In recent years the BVI has sought to reestablish the importance of vocational and trade careers, by opening the first true technical high school, the Virgin Islands School of Technical Studies, according to Minister for Education Hon. Myron V. Walwyn. 

"To provide young persons with alternative careers options, while obtaining an equitable secondary school education. For all the business persons and private individuals, we remind you that services at campus are available and the students are ready to receive your business," he recently said. 

Also, the minister who is also responsible for culture said that, over the past six years we have undergone a transformation in our identity as Virgin Islanders, now having their very own Territorial song that embodies the hard work and aspirations of their ancestors, identification of important marks of their culture such as our signs, symbols and national dress. 

"All in an effort so that our people, particularly our young people can have confidence as they go out into the world with knowledge of their roots and pride in our identity as Virgin Islanders," Minister Walwyn said.

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