• Ministry of Education to engage CXC on possible grade changes for students

    The Ministry of Education – Guyana is registering vehemently with the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC), its dissatisfaction with the apparent poor grading of students at the 2020 CSEC and CAPE examinations.

  • MoE and GTU hold end of year statutory meeting

    Today, Senior Officers ofthe Ministry of Education led by the Chief Education Officer, Dr. Marcel Hutson met virtually with the Guyana Teachers' Union led by its President, Mr. Mark Lyte, to discuss pertinent matters related to the education system.

  • MoE and GTU hold end of year statutory meeting

    Today, Senior Officers of the Ministry of Education led by the Chief Education Officer, Dr. Marcel Hutson met virtually with the Guyana Teachers’ Union led by its President, Mr. Mark Lyte, to discuss pertinent matters related to the education system.

  • MoE curriculum revision workshop targets senior Education Officers

    Senior Ministry of Education (MoE) Officers from across the country are participating in a three-day consultative workshop to develop a framework for the revision of the school curriculum, an undertaking that has not been done since 1976.

  • More students to benefit from business skills training

    Business and entrepreneurial skills training will be offered to all students under the Secondary Competency Certificate Programme (SCCP) at List C and List D schools from this year.

    And Education Officer in the Education Ministry’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Unit, Marilyn Davis, said as of this month, the SCCP curriculum will incorporate a business subject.

  • Morgan’s Learning Centre top students cop 20 and 18 subjects at CSEC

    – as 3rd and 4th formers secure Grade 1 and 2 passes in Math

    Kaieteur News – Students attached to Morgan Learning Centre (MLC) continue to show why the school is among the top-rated privately owned secondary institutions to attend when the goal is to achieve academic excellence.

  • NGSA process benefits from historic Quality Checking by CXC

    The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has for the first time since it began setting, marking and managing the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) in 2016, commenced and completed a process of verification to ensure that the scores that were earned by the candidates are recorded and reflected accurately and fairly in the candidates’ placement.

  • NGSA process benefits from historic Quality Checking by CXC

    The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has for the first time since it began setting, marking and managing the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) in 2016, commenced and completed a process of verification to ensure that the scores that were earned by the candidates are recorded and reflected accurately and fairly in the candidates’ placement.

  • NGSA results to be announced on October 15, 2021

    The results of the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) 2021 will be announced on Friday, October 15, 2021, at 10:00h at the National Centre for Education Resource Development (NCERD) at Kingston, Georgetown.

  • Nirvana Wimal of Success Elementary secures top position at NGSA

    The results of the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) written on August 04 and 05, 2021, are being released to schools. Thirteen thousand eight hundred and twenty-one (13,821) candidates wrote this assessment. The results being released give a report on the candidates’ performance at National Grade Six Assessment. The administration and the marking of the National Grade Six Assessment 2021 followed the national COVID-19 guidelines and protocols.

  • Positive response for visual arts exhibition

    news 20171027 7The Ministry of Education’s Visual Arts Exhibition, which concludes tomorrow, has attracted teachers in the Visual Arts Stream from all ten administrative regions. On display were pieces ranging from drawings, ceramics, paintings, sculptures, leather craft, and fabric designs, at Castellani House, Georgetown.

  • Presidential Youth empowerment programme donates textbooks, laptops for its three pilot night schools

    The Office of the Presidential Advisor on Youth Empowerment today, donated over 300 textbooks and 25 laptops to the North Ruimveldt, Sophia and Soesdyke Night Schools.news 20170217

    The donation is a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Education and the e-Government Agency to aid in the tutorial of the subjects for the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) examinations and to assist with research.

  • QC boy challenges self to become 2018 top CSEC performer

    In 2013, Christian Pile, then a pupil of Mae’s Under-12, was the second most outstanding performer at the National Grade Six Assessment [NGSA]. Today he will be named the country’s top performer at the level of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate examination [CSEC].

  • QC boy emerges as Guyana’s top CAPE performer

    Kaieteur News – Naresh Jagnanan of Queen’s College on Wednesday emerged as the top performing Guyanese candidate who sat the Caribbean Advance Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) this year.

  • QC students top region at 2021 CSEC, CAPE

    Two Queen’s College students have won the outstanding overall award for their outstanding performance at the 2021 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) exam and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE).

  • Region-wide training for CAPE’s Green Engineering teachers

    news 20180329 3The Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) says it will be undertaking a three-day training exercise to prepare teachers to deliver the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE)’s new Green Engineering Syllabus.

  • Regional Awards for Outstanding Performance in July/August 2020 Examinations

    The Ministry of Education has been informed by CXC that the students named below will receive awards for outstanding performance in the July/August 2020 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) and the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.

  • Regional education system requires transformation to adapt to unprecedented events ─ Education Minister, CXC Registrar

    With the unprecedented challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has imposed on the regional education system, Minister of Education, Priya Manickchand, MP believes that Guyana and the Caribbean must address the socioeconomic disparities that affect students and teachers.

  • Second chance at Tertiary education for persons who did not complete secondary school

    (May 18, 2022) - The Government of Guyana is offering a second chance to resident Guyanese who have not been able to complete their secondary education under a new initiative titled: Get Ready for Opportunities to Work (GROW).

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