Guam – At the Hunt Institute’s Biennial Governors Symposium in North Carolina, Governor Eddie Baza Calvo shared his plans Classroom to Careers Initiative.
The concept caught the attention of some of those who attended Symposium at the Hunt Institute, including American Samoa Governor Togiola T.A. Tulafono and American Samoa First Lady Mary Ann Taufa’asau Tulafono.
[ Governor Eddie Baza Calvo with American Samoa’s Governor Togiola T.A. Tulafono and First Lady Mary Ann Taufa’asau Tulafono in North Carolina. Both were attending a national Governors’ education symposium organized biennially by the Hunt Institute]
“Guam really shone out here. The people were pleasantly surprised at our idea of education, and how it relates directly to economic development,” Governor Calvo said. “All of America knows education is important, but it’s also important to include it in our economic planning. After all, if the children are our future, let’s plan to teach them how to be our future leaders and businessmen.”