We all know the importance of education for the future prosperity of our community. Education creates many social benefits, including better employment outcomes, lower crime rates, improved civic engagement, reduced rates of addiction, and healthier families.
Transitioning a young people from school into further education – whether vocational education, an apprenticeship, on-the-job training, or university – is a major predictor of their future success. Lifelong learning is also important to the ongoing growth and development of our community.
I am committed to delivering improved educational outcomes for Mayo.
Speeches and Questions in Parliament:
I have also asked Questions in Writing on the following topics: