UG radio licence renewed after 29-year wait

For almost three decades, the Centre for Communication Studies (CCS) at the University of Guyana (UG) had been...

CARICOM, UNESCO collaborating to develop standards for teachers

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat in collaboration with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will...

School dropouts in hinterland on the decline – President Granger

Government’s efforts to improve school attendance are paying dividends. In fact, the government has recorded a decline in...

Over 1,500 tertiary-level scholarships awarded in four years – President Granger

The Government of Guyana (GoG), through its Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, has increased the number of hinterland...

No further talks until agreement honoured – GTU to Gov’t

Before proceeding with further negotiations with the government for another multi-year remuneration agreement for public school teachers, the...

Transitional camp to further boost non-matriculated NGSA students

Students who fail to matriculate after participating in the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) are offered remedial classes...

President unhappy with English, Science, and Social Studies results at NGSA

While acknowledging improvements in the area of Mathematics at this year’s National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA), President David...

First Phase of $US6M Curriculum Reform to be Piloted in September – Chief Education...

The Government of Guyana is currently in the process of reforming the curriculum used in local schools. The...

More than half of NGSA candidates fail Social Studies, Science and Maths

Of the 14,300 students that sat this year’s National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA), 61% of candidates were unable...

Ministry fails to shed light on poor performers in 2019 NGSA

A total of 14,300 pupils from primary schools across the country participated in the assessment but it was...

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