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High school dropout destined for great things through determination

A 19-year-old high school dropout, Kendrick Andrew who got a new lease on life by securing a job as a tour guide for the Atta Lodge located in the Iwokrama Rainforest, is determined to develop himself academically regardless of his challenges. Andrew explained that familial issues led to him dropping out of school, however, that will not hinder him from ...

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Education Management Course aims to improve accountability, competence

Thirty-six persons from the education sector in Region Six on February 9 received certificates after successfully completing a course in Education Management. The two year Education Management certificate course is organised by the Ministry of Education through the National Centre for Education Resource Development  (NCERD) and aims to help school administrators enhance their accountability and competence in all areas of ...

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UG Council to be named next week

The new highest decision-making body of the University of Guyana (UG) could be approved by Cabinet next week, Minister of State Joseph Harmon said. He told a post-Cabinet news briefing that the matter was discussed on Tuesday and Minister of Education, Nicolette Henry has since been tasked to address two areas. Harmon said the ministers responsible for women and Indigenous ...

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UG Students Society to challenge legality of increased administrative fees

The University of Guyana Students’ Society (UGSS) Tuesday afternoon announced that it would be taking the university’s administration to court to challenge the legality of  increasing administrative fees. The announcement was made by UGSS President, Norwell Hinds during a meeting with students over what their organisation said is the unilateral increase of the fees for 2018. He dismissed the UG ...

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New offshore Guyana medical school expands to Caribbean

A newly-established Guyana-headquartered offshore medical school, Lincoln American University, says it is about to apply for Caribbean accreditation even as it rolls out a plan to establish similar institutions across the region. Advisor to Lincoln American University, Dr. Emmanuel Cummings said already the institution located at Water and Barrack Streets has been registered with Guyana’s National Accreditation Council (NAC), paving ...

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Joint teachers’ union- govt task force making progress on salaries, state of education- GTU

The Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) and government are making progress in negotiations for increased salaries and other benefits, with President David Granger expected to make the final decision after he reads a joint task force report to be presented to him. GTU President, Mark Lyte said the talks are expected to wrap up this week. General Secretary of that union, ...

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Guyana not ready to inform Council of Legal Education of its Law School negotiating Committee- AG Williams

Attorney General, Basil Williams on Monday said indicated he is not yet ready to inform the Caribbean’c Council of Legal Education who are the members of a committee who will meet with that regional body that governs the quality and standards of legal education. Williams also took the opportunity to again criticise CLE Chairman, Senior Counsel Reginald Armour and accuse ...

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National Cadet Corps revived

The National Cadet Corps (NCC) was officially resuscitated today, following a launching ceremony at the Hope Secondary School, East Coast Demerara, following months of consultations with major stakeholders, including Education and Regional administrative officials, the Ministers of Social Cohesion and Education, George Norton and Nicolette Henry, respectively attended the event along with students from the schools participating in the initial ...

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Council of Legal Education has not approved Joseph Haynes Law School; Guyana yet to submit info on key decisions

Guyana is yet to clear several hurdles before it can establish a local law school because no such approval has ever been granted by the Caribbean’s Council of Legal Education (CLE), well-placed sources said Sunday. Indications are that as far back as September, 2002 the CLE had decided to establish a Law School in Guyana, but approval is still to be ...

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