• EDYOU FM becomes the first radio station to stream in Kamarang, Region 7

    (March 24, 2023) - The Ministry of Education's Radio Station, EDYOU FM, just made history by becoming the first local station in Guyana to broadcast in Kamarang and other parts of the upper Mazaruni, Region 7.

  • Karasabai Gets Radio Station for the first time

    (September 21, 2023) - On Tuesday, September 12th, the residents of Karasabai, South Pakaraima, Region 9, woke up to the sound of local radio in their community for the very first time.

  • Ministry of Education launches EDpal Mobile App, Revolutionising Access to Education

    (September 25, 2023) – The Ministry of Education on Monday launched EDpal, an innovative application set to revolutionize the way learners from across the country access educational content at their convenience.

  • Ministry of Education launches EDpal Mobile App, Revolutionizing Access to Education

    The Ministry of Education on Monday launched EDpal, an innovative application set to revolutionize the way learners from across the country access educational content at their convenience.

    This groundbreaking initiative aims to provide a convenient and effective tool for reinforcing learning, reviewing challenging subjects, and improving academic performance, utilizing approved content which is also aired on EdYou FM radio.  EDpal is designed to cater to the diverse needs of students at all levels, including nursery, primary and secondary, while it also has content for teachers in training at the Cyril Potter College of Education. With its user-friendly interface and comprehensive content library, the app offers a wide range of educational resources for students studying Science, Mathematics, Theatre Arts, Social Studies, English and Spanish. It also has English content specifically tailored for Spanish speakers.

  • MoE responds to letter published in the Stabroek News

    Dear Editor,

     

    On Wednesday, September 27, 2023, a letter was published in the Stabroek News titled “Ministry of Education needs to rethink its approach to creating content”. In the letter, the author questions the Ministry of Education’s decision to develop mobile applications to deliver additional educational content.

    The author opined that with the plethora of educational apps, programmes and websites available, it would have been wise to utilize these options as opposed to developing our own. However, these applications do not align with the Ministry of Education’s curriculum.