The Immigration Department has recently donated 15 refurbished computers to Cayman Academy.
The students will now have added equipment in their Information Technology lab and school Principal Dr. O’neil Duncan said the gifts come at the right time as the school embarks on plans to make classes more technologically advanced. The Principal says the school is now in a better position to expand Information Technology education throughout the entire school.
“This really helped us in a great way because now we are able to offer it at both the primary and secondary level and we have recently launched our online learning platform my e-coach which many of the teachers are excited to be part of and the donation will help in this area,” Dr. Duncan said.
The principal said the school will explore the use of tablets and laptops at the school for future pedagogy.