• Some secondary students being trained in office admin, data operations

    Students from junior secondary schools and the secondary level of primary schools, what are called list C and D school, are being introduced to General Office Administration and Data Operations to prepare them for the working world.

  • Sophia Training Centre students to benefit from CVQ certification

    The Sophia Training Centre (STC) is working to equip students with Caribbean Vocational Qualification (CVQ) certification that will improve their marketability.news 20170228 6

    Administrator Cardis Dick said, the institute’s move towards granting this certification will enable the students to gain employment anywhere in the Caribbean.

    Dick explained to the Government Information Agency (GINA), that currently the centre operates as a technical institute and is moving towards offering Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) certification for the students to have at least a CVQ level one.

  • Statement on Caribbean Examinations Council® Examinations Request for Reviews

    The Caribbean Examinations Council® (CXC®) appreciates the patience and understanding of our stakeholders as we finalise grades for Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate® (CSEC®) and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination® (CAPE®) July/August 2020 examinations.

  • Students to be equipped with job-ready skills

    STUDENTS will soon be exposed to job-ready, technical and vocational skills and certification as the Ministry of Education is forging ahead with plans to advance the delivery of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) countrywide.

  • Students will not re-write CSEC Math Paper II; leak originated in Jamaica

    Students will not need to re-write the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Math Paper II exam following a leak of the paper on May 17, according to the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC).

  • The Education Minister calls for an ‘urgent’ probe into CXC results

    Minister of Education, Technological and Vocational Training, Santia Bradshaw, has called on the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) to conduct an “urgent investigation” into concerns over the recently released CAPE and CSEC examination results.

  • Two years on Night School seeing results

    news 20180719 1Two years after its implementation, the Night School programme has seen a 57 percent pass rate at the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) examinations.

  • UG Social Work students complete Shade House project

    news 20180408 3A team of final year students reading for their Bachelor’s degree in Social Work at the University of Guyana, Tain Campus, recently built a ‘shade house’ for the Agriculture Department of Winifred Gaskin Memorial Secondary School located in the Manchester Village, Corentyne, Berbice.

  • Update on printed CXC Candidate Certificates

    The Caribbean Examinations Council has released a memorandum notifying the Region that in response to developments as it relates to the spread of COVID-19 in Barbados, the entity has implemented measures at its Headquarters consistent with those established nationally to control the spread of the virus.

  • Update on printed CXC Candidate Certificates

    The Caribbean Examinations Council has released a memorandum notifying the Region that in response to developments as it relates to the spread of COVID-19 in Barbados, the entity has implemented measures at its Headquarters consistent with those established nationally to control the spread of the virus.

  • Update on the review requested from CXC for CSEC and CAPE 2020 results

    Following the release of the 2020 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE), the Ministry of Education received several complaints regarding the grades that were awarded to students. 

  • Update on the review requested from CXC for CSEC and CAPE 2020 results

    Following the release of the 2020 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE), the Ministry of Education received several complaints regarding the grades that were awarded to students.

  • With big dreams but little finances, Essequibo boy took on 27 subjects

    What do you do when your heart is set on studying abroad, but you cannot afford it?

  • With more trained teachers, improvements expected in under-resourced hinterland regions

    The education sector expects a massive influx of trained teachers soon and Minister of Education Priya Manickchand says that improvements in under-resourced hinterland regions can be expected.

  • ‘CXC Connect’ officially launched in Guyana- Education sector to benefit

    The ‘CXC Connect’ mobile application launched today at Giftland Mall, by the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC), is intended to make communicating with the body easy and accessible to students, teachers and parents.news 20170731 1
    Minister of Education Nicolette Henry commended CXC for the initiative. Information Communication Technology (ICT) provides a chance for countries to be globally competitive in innovation and education, the Education Minister said, noting that this new app will provide a new platform for CXC stakeholders.
  • ‘Internet access at Fairview will revolutionise learning’ – Fairview Toshao, Headteacher

    news 20180226Toshao of Fairview, Potaro-Siparuni (Region Eight), Lucy Marslow, has welcomed the efforts of the Ministry of Public Telecommunications in providing internet access to that community, given the present constraints in the education sector there.

  • ‘Internet access at Fairview will revolutionise learning’ – Fairview Toshao, Headteacher

    news 20180226Toshao of Fairview, Potaro-Siparuni (Region Eight), Lucy Marslow, has welcomed the efforts of the Ministry of Public Telecommunications in providing internet access to that community, given the present constraints in the education sector there.

  • ‘We will continue to invest’

    –Education Minister says Region Two will soon have more trained teachers, school boats

    AS she joined residents on Friday to celebrate Anna Regina Secondary School being declared the CSEC ‘School of the Year’ by the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC), Minister of Education Priya Manickchand emphasised the government’s commitment to ensuring all children have access to a world-class education.

  • ‘You have made us hold our head high’ – PM at National Education Ceremony

    news 20171028 4The nation’s top performers at the primary and secondary levels were among those honoured by the Ministry of Education’s twenty-first National Awards Ceremony.

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