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President Donald Ramotar congratulates Ruel Johnson, Guyana Prize for Literature winner in the category of best Fiction Ian McDonald being congratulated by President Donald Ramotar for winning the Guyana Prize for Literature award in poetry with his entry “The Comfort...

The positive impact a parent can have on a child’s education is more important than where they live, a new study suggests.  Growing up in an impoverished area is often blamed for holding back children academically.  But a report’s...

The Ministry of Education is set to launch a live chat forum today that will provide members of the public with an opportunity to ask education officials, including subject minister, Priya Manickchand questions relating to education in Guyana. The education...

The West Berbice Chamber of Commerce and Industry is calling on the government to consider the establishment of a University of Guyana campus and an industrial site in the region. As it relates to the University of Guyana, President of the...

The Ministry of Education (MOE) today historically launched its Portuguese Curriculum for schools in Guyana at the Theatre Guild. This will be added to the French and Spanish curricula already being offered in the Guyanese school system. Attending the...

The Guyana Power and Light Inc. donated cheques totaling seven hundred thousand dollars ($700,000) to seven (7) Non Governmental Organizations today at a ceremony held at the Main Street Office as part of the Company’s Anniversary celebrations. Recipients of...

The Ministry of Education strongly denounces the recent actions by some small pockets of persons to disrupt the functioning of schools by illegally protesting and behaving in other unhealthy and unwholesome ways. The Ministry is referring specifically to two new...

The University of Guyana has teamed up with the Anton de Kom University of Suriname (AdeKUS) and the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium to be part of €613,640 (US $840,686) programme geared at capacity building in applied renewable...

Nursery education is not compulsory but no child is denied a space at school in Guyana. Currently, a child is admitted in a nursery school in September at the age of three years if that child turned three at...

Children thrive in nurturing relationships with parents.  From the parent view, raising children can be hard. So is building a career. Children and careers often collide given the overlap of child bearing and career setting years. Decades of attachment and developmental research and...

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