NASSAU, The Bahamas – The investment of tablets to T.G. Glover Primary School by United Sanitation Services is helping to move the Ministry of Education (MOE) towards its goal to put a device in the hand of every student in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Henry Dean, proprietor of United Station Services, donated 80 tablets with WiFi devices to the Hon. Jeffrey Lloyd, Minister of Education, Dr. Marcellus Taylor, Director, and Sheniqua Miller, principal, during a ceremony at the school’s campus on Friday (November 6).
“We will not stop until every student, every educator has a device in his/her hand. By the end of this year we expect to achieve that. We expect that the 46,000 students in the public school and the 45,000 educators, administrators, teachers will have an appropriate device capacitated to deal with online learning,” said Minister Lloyd.
He thanked Mr. Dean for his contribution and described him as someone with decades of philanthropy behind him – one who is committed, giving, sincere and dedicated.