PLP To Continue “Education Listening Tour”

February 2, 2015

The Progressive Labour Party Education “Listening Tour” continues this week with two more meetings.

A PLP spokesperson said, “On Tuesday, February 3, we will be in the West, at West End Primary School beginning at 7:00p.m. On Thursday, February 5, we will head to West Pembroke Primary School, where the meeting will begin at 6:30p.m.

“Both meetings will feature the Party Leader, Marc Bean, JP, MP, the Shadow Minister of Education, Lovitta Foggo, JP, MP and Senate Spokesman for Education, Senator Diallo Rabain.

“These meetings are an opportunity to listen to the PLP’s plans for improving public education and also for the public to provide input. We encourage all to attend and provide constructive feedback.”

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  1. Sky Pilot says:

    the ONLY thing the plp want is to con you out of your vote

  2. hmmm says:

    Now it’s a listening Tour. SMDH

  3. underpriviledged says:


    oops,been listening to MB drivel….luckily, I cannot Hear him….

  4. Triangle Drifter says:

    So now they are listening are they! Oh well…they had 14 years to do something. They came in in 1998 on big promises of ‘fixing’ education.

    A great job was done there. They put up a school that started at $70M & finished up at over $140M.

    Yeah, they better sit back & listen for a long long time.

  5. Cow Polly says:

    Listening tour translates into “we’re out of ideas so hopefully the public will give us some”

  6. Tony says:

    So they go on a listening tours. But…..didn’t Mr Bean say that the OBA were full out of ideas?

  7. aceboy says:

    Yet you support a “meeting”, that never actually happened, called during a school week, that turned into a march, and the public school kids lost at least 2.5 days of school. Clearly it was actually 3 full days because nothing got done during the first morning…..there was insufficient support staff etc. The cumulative effect of that will end up being more than a week of curriculum NOT learned.

    So, the next time you wonder why the public school kids are consistently out performed by the private school kids, remember this.