GIRLS GO TECH!

To mark International Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) day, the Ministry of Public Infrastructure and European Union Delegation to Guyana, with support from the Ministry of Education, launched the third and final campaign to promote STEM for girls in Guyana, at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre on Monday, February

North Ruimveldt Multilateral School Host Men’s Forum

On the heels of the recently celebrated World’s Men’s Day, the faculty and staff of the North Ruimveldt Multilateral school, in partnership with their Parent Teacher Association, hosted a men’s discussion forum. One of the organizers of the discussions and Senior teacher, Tamika Jeffrey-Pile, explained the reasoning that occasioned the forum. Jeffrey-Pile,

Teachers to Be Trained to Spot Mental Health Issues

Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence says the government will do more to address the issue of young people’s mental health at the level of the schools. The minister was addressing the University of Guyana’s (UG) first mental health fair, in observance of World Mental Health Day. She said that during the

GTU REVEALS GOVERNMENT’S NEW OFFER

Following yesterday’s meeting between the Government and the Guyana Teachers’ Union; the Union announced the terms of the new proposal. According to the GTU’s facebook page, Minister of Education Nicolette Henry revealed a new offer of 10% for 2016 and 8% for 2018. She also indicated that an offer of