• Everyone has a role to play in COVID-19 fight – Min. Manickchand

    ─ reiterates call for persons to take the jab

  • For your Information: Writing for Radio

    The National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) is inviting teachers who are interested in being trained to write for radio to submit their applications and Curriculum Vitae to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    The closing date for applications November 13, 2020

  • Gov’t equipping teachers for 21st century education delivery

    The Government of Guyana through the Ministry of Education, recognising the vast potential Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is to the empowerment of Guyanese to meet developmental challenges and strengthen the economy, has embarked upon a mission to equip teachers with laptops through the e-Governance programme.

  • Gov’t using technology to achieve world class education system

    ─ as two-day tech expo launched

    Chief Education Officer (CEO), Dr. Marcel Hutson said Guyana is on its way to achieving a “world class education” system, and to accomplish that, the Ministry of Education is using technology.

    Speaking at the launch of the ministry’s two-day technology expo, at the National Centre for Educational Resources Development (NCERD), Thursday, Dr Hutson said, “I think that we are on our way. Embracing technology, whether it is traditional or non-traditional technology has to be embraced especially if we are thinking modernity or modernisation,” he said.

  • Graham’s Hall Primary’s Dave Chowtie wins Math Quiz Competition

    Dave Chowtie, a student of the Graham’s Hall Primary School today placed first in the Department of Education Georgetown’s Math Quiz that was held at the National Centre for Education Resource Development. 

  • Guidance and counselling programme returns to hinterland dormitories

    news 20180327 4School Welfare and Guidance and Counselling officers participated in a one-day workshop which will see the second phase of a programme that serves youths residing in hinterland dormitories.

  • Guidance and Counselling, and Schools Welfare Officers engaged in two-day training workshop

    (March 28, 2023) – The Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Ministry of Health’s Mental Health Unit is hosting a two-day workshop for Guidance and Counselling Officers, and Schools Welfare Officers.
  • Guyana has policy to integrate teen moms back in school

    A new policy is in place to ensure teenage mothers have the opportunity to go back to school.

  • Guyana records 63.39 % pass rate at CSEC, 100% passes in Music and Theatre Arts

    Guyana achieved a 63.68 percent pass rate with Grades 1- 3 at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate Examinations (CSEC), this was announced today by Minister of Education Nicolette Henry.news 20170822

  • Head Teachers benefit from leadership training

    news 20180409 4Some fifty (50) head teachers and education officers drawn from Primary schools across the ten administrative regions are participating in an Education Leadership Conference which is being held at Duke Lodge, Kingston, Georgetown. The meeting forms part of National Center for Education Resource Development’s (NCERD) work plan to improve education delivery in Guyana.

  • ICT Developments in Region Three’s education sector highlighted as Minister Joseph Harmon congratulates top NGSA students

    Today, Minister of State, Hon. Joseph Harmon highlighted some of the significant developments in Information Communication Technology (ICT) that have taken place in Region Three (Essequibo-Islands – West Demerara). 

  • Inaugural Tech Expo 2022 launched

    In keeping with the Ministry of Education’s vision to establish a world-class education system in Guyana, the Innovative Technology Unit on Thursday launched the inaugural Tech Expo 2022 at the National Centre of Educational Resources Development (NCERD).

  • Learning Channel launches ‘Fun and Facts’ TV series

    The Ministry of Education’s (MoE) Learning Channel located in the compound of the National Centre for Research Development (NCERD), on June 1st, 2018 launched a new television series titled ‘Fun Facts’.

  • Learning channel to play a greater role in education delivery

    As the Ministry of Education continues its work plan for the effective and efficient delivery of education, the Honourable Minister of Education Priya Manickchand this morning met with the Director of the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD), Ms Jennifer Cumberbatch and other members of staff.

  • Linden Special Needs Centre tops 3rd Annual ‘Signing Bee’ Competition

    The Linden Special Needs Centre performed exceedingly well at this year’s Annual Signing Bee Competition. The Centre won first place in both categories of the competition which was held today at the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD). 

  • Literacy and robotics programme launched at Den Amstel Primary

    The first Literacy and Robotics Programme of the Ministry of Education was launched at Den Amstel Primary School, Region Three yesterday through the National Literacy Department and the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD.

  • Literacy and Robotics Programme launched at three schools in Region Three

    (March 15, 2023) – Three more primary schools in the Essequibo Islands-West Demerara region (Region Three) will now benefit from the Ministry of Education’s Literacy and Robotics Programme.

  • Literacy Camp held at Ketley Primary School

    ...Co-ordinator says she feels “pleased”
    The Ministry of Education in collaboration with the National Centre for Educational Resource and Development (NCERD) yesterday concluded a 5- day Literacy Camp held at the Ketley Primary School.
    The focus of the event was to aid pupils in various areas of Literacy.news 20170729
  • Mechanical Department shines at GTI’s 67th Convocation

    - Shurlun Tudor is this year’s Valedictorian

  • Meeting with grades five (5) and six (6) teachers on the provision of pre-recorded lessons for the Guyana Learning Channel

    Today the Chief Education Officer (CEO), Dr. Marcel Hutson, met with teachers; Melinda Hughes, Martina Archer Semple, Daycia Hill and Milassa Benjamin to discuss the vision of the Ministry of Education (MoE) regarding the Guyana Learning Channel (GLC) and how they can contribute to its effectiveness.