$100M was in fund to assist teachers procure laptops but coalition never utilised it...

Education Minister, Priya Manickchand says that while $100M was “sitting” in a bank account to assist teachers procure laptops, the Coalition government never utilised...

GTI, Carnegie among ten institutions now better equipped to offer online training

The Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions across Guyana will now be fully equipped to facilitate online learning. The launch of the...

UG waiving proof of certificates for entry amid delay in CXC review of 2020...

The University of Guyana (UG) is waiving requirements, particularly the provision of Caribbean Examination Council (CXC)’s certificates for persons desirous of getting into the...

CXC finalising grades for CXC/CAPE 2020; request for reviews 80% complete

The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) says that it appreciates the patience and understanding of stakeholders as it finalises grades for the Caribbean Secondary Education...

Government hoping to provide free education at UG by end of 2024—President Ali

President Dr. Irfaan Ali announced on Sunday that his Government is working to provide free education at the University of Guyana by the end...

Friendship Secondary wins first-ever virtual debating competition

On Wednesday, the Friendship Secondary School of Education District Four, emerged victorious at the Ministry of Education’s first Virtual Debating Competition. The East Bank...

BK’s pussyfooting on $826.7M Yarrowkabra School will now affect 600 students – Ministry

Because of a contractor’s inability to meet deadlines in the construction of a school, some 600 students will now be forced to continuing traveling...

Teachers who have young children, can take them to work; some educators not seen,...

Teachers within the public-school system, who have children of their own, can take them to work, says Education Minister, Priya Manickchand. She made this...

Ministry will reintegrate children lost to labour force by COVID-19 back into education system...

Education Minister, Priya Manickchand has committed to “going after” any child who may have entered into the labour force due to hardships imposed by...

No NGSA in March/April next year – Education Minister

Students will not be sitting the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) – formerly Common Entrance – in March/April next year, Education Minister Priya Manickchand...

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