PLP To Hold Education Town Hall On Thursday

January 20, 2015

The Progressive Labour Party invites residents of the East End to the first stop on their “Education Listening Tour,” which will be held at Clearwater Middle School on Thursday, January 22nd at 6:30pm.

Shadow Education Minister Ms. Lovitta Foggo will host this Town Hall meeting, and joining Ms. Foggo on the panel will be PLP Leader Marc Bean and the Senate Spokesman for Education Senator Diallo Rabain.

A PLP spokesperson said, “The purpose of this tour is for the public to hear the PLP Plan for Education, and to hear feedback from the public. We look forward to your attendance on Thursday evening.”

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  1. Kangoocar says:

    The plp says ” the purpose of this tour is for the public to hear the plp plan on education?? ” should be a very short meeting???? And if the meeting was on their plan about how to fix Bermuda’s economy, it would be even shorter????

    • The "Plan"??? says:

      I assume that the “plan” in question is the one that the PLP spent 14 years implementing? The results of that are obvious – we have the best education system in the world and it can’t be improved on. Or can it?

      And if the “plan” differs from the current mess, why didn’t they implement it when they were in power??

  2. Smiths says:

    umm…PLP – you are not the government, why are you interferring? You had 14 years to spread your word and you didn’t, why now?

  3. ERJ says:

    Bean has the solutions for Education. Exhale.

  4. stunned... says:

    carrying on with the theme of a previous post:

    ‘President Abraham Lincoln, long after King Solomon wrote his proverbs, confirmed this rule of wisdom and public decorum by his well-known words from a different angle, “It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak out and remove all doubt.”

    If you do not have anything necessary, profitable, or good to say, why talk? Others do not need noise to be happy or content.

    Silence is golden.’

  5. Um Um Like says: