Ministry of Education, Guyana

Shonette Stephney

Tuesday’s signing of the Skills Development and Employability Project is a demonstration of Guyana’s commitment to the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) as they work together to continue the country’s development, Minister of Finance Winston Jordan stated.news 20170524 1

…touts introduction of education-focused community groups

There is an urgent need to revitalised Parent-Teacher Associations [PTA]. This is the view of Minister of Education, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine, who has asserted that “this [revitalised PTAs] for me is key.”news 20170524

Minister of Education Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine continues to reiterate his stand on the need for schools to be involved in music and sports education.news 20170523 8

The Education Minister on Monday spoke with students of Mon Repos Primary School on the East Coast Demerara about his plans to make sports, as well as music, an important part of the school’s curriculum.

“Youth are important to the development of every country and the Government of Guyana through the Ministry of Education, Department of Culture, Youth and Sport will spare no pain in ensuring that our youth are educated and trained, and are provided with economic opportunities for their own development, that of their communities, and by extension that of the country,” underscored the Minister within the Ministry of Education, Department of Culture, Youth and Sport, Hon. Nicolette Henry at the inaugural convocation of the Youth Innovation Project of Guyana (YIPoG).news 20170522 8

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