COVID-19: UG students, staff to continue online interactions

The Transitional Management Committee (TMC) of the University of Guyana has advised that staff and students of both campuses (Turkeyen...

UG students, staffers to utilize online fora in response to COVID-19

As a precautionary measure in response to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), staff and students of both campuses (Turkeyen and Tain)...

Technology provider offers free online tutoring, practice for students in wake of COVID-19

In order to support the continuing education of students while schools are closed due to the threat of the Novel...

CXC discusses implications of COVID-19 on examinations

(Caribbean Examinations Council Statement) – The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC®) takes note of the developments concerning COVID-19 in general, and its...

Petroleum revenues, free tertiary education will reverse “brain drain” – President

The President of Guyana, David Granger said that revenues from the petroleum sector along with free tertiary education will allow...

$30M Primary Schools for South Rupununi

Walking lengthy hours to school is now a thing of the past for students of two South Rupununi villages. These...

CPCE establishes branch in Kwakwani

The Cyril Potter College of Education (CPCE) has established a branch in the Upper Berbice community of Kwakwani. This will be...

Change Guyana wants review of security measures at all schools

Change Guyana is calling for a review of security measures at all schools, following a scuffle between parents and an...

Teachers wear black & white to show dissatisfaction with security arrangements at public schools

Teachers across Guyana, today, dressed in black and white to show solidarity, days after an educator was physically assaulted during...

Coconut processing company donates new library, computer centre to Abrams Creek Primary School

Pomeroon Trading, a coconut growing and processing enterprise with operations on the Pomeroon River officially opened a new library and...

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