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Greater prominence has now been placed on deaf awareness in Guyana with the first adapted curriculum for Deaf Education being launched. Linguistics lecturer at the University of the West Indies (Mona Campus), Dr. Keren Cumberbatch, was among persons, who assisted...

Following concerns raised by former Education Minister relating to the new requirement for names of candidates to be written on the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) examinations papers, the Ministry of Education has assured that there is “nothing sinister”...

The Ministry of Education has disclosed that 14,500 candidates are expected to sit National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) on Wednesday, April 27 and Thursday April 28, 2016. The Ministry of Education released the time table for the...

24 persons, drawn from Berbice, Demerara and 72 Miles Potaro, concluded a four day training today (Friday April, 8, 2016) on suicide prevention and counselling techniques. This event was organized by the Mothers’ Union and was held at the Diocese...

Minister within the Ministry of Education, Nicolette Henry, has called on Guyanese to become true patriots and join in the celebration for Guyana’s 50th independence. The Minister made this call on earlier today (April 7, 2016) at the launch...

A Commission of Inquiry into the Education System with the objective of establishing a baseline analysis of the state of public education in Guyana and recommend broad strategic guidelines for the enhancement of public education was today announced at...

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...

Negotiations for a new multi-year agreement are the first item on the agenda for newly re-elected president of the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU), Mark Lyte. According to Lyte, it is being proposed that duty-free concessions be expanded to Senior Masters,...

First Lady, Sandra Granger joined the 20 young men and women, who were presented with service of honor awards, at the National Cultural Centre (NCC) on Tuesday (March 22, 2016) evening. This is under the President’s Youth Choice Award –...

The Ministry of Education has advised that all public schools will be closed for the Easter holiday from Thursday, March 17, 2016.  This is due to Local Government Elections that will be held on March 18 across Guyana. Local Government...

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