Education Ministry releases new measures plan for distance learning

As a consequence of the extended closure of schools, the Ministry of Education wishes to provide the following guidance. As...

GTU against dates for NGSA, CXC exams; meets Friday for discussions

The Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) has continued to object to the proposed dates for National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) and...

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...

2019 NGSA results for July 3 release

The results for the 2019 National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) is slated to be announced on Wednesday, July...

GTU unaware of plans to reopen schools in June

Colleagues, there are unconfirmed rumors that school will be opened in June 2020. I wish to point out that the...

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,...

Preparations for 2019 Children’s Mash Parade underway

The Allied Arts Unit of the Ministry of Education is progressing smoothly with its preparation for the 2019 Children’s Mashramani...

MoE grasping at straws, GTU denied meetings- Mark Lyte 

With Schools across Guyana set to reopen on Monday to facilitate preparation classes for the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA)...

$200M Technical Institute completed in Region 9

A $200M technical institute has been completed at Bina Hill, Annai (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) and will be commissioned this month. The...

Over 250 CSEC candidates secure Grade Ones in eight or more subjects; Anna Regina...

A list of candidates who have secured Grade Ones in eight or more subjects was requested from the...

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