Ministry of Education, Guyana

– Welfare Officers must take up slack

Proper advice for students, particularly as it relates to their subject options, should not be optional. In fact, it is imperative that the public education system has in place a cadre of personnel capable of offering this crucial advice.
This proposal is one that has been made by the Commission of Inquiry [COI] into the education system.news 20170605
According to Chairman of the Commission, Mr. Ed Caesar, “Our members are suggesting that if there can’t be a welfare person in a school, there must be a Welfare Officer responsible for a cluster of no more than five schools in every region.”

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-to determine if Ministry is getting value for money

A probe into the school feeding programme might be necessary to ensure that it is serving the purpose for which it is intended. This has been a recommendation coming out from the recently completed Commission of Inquiry [COI] into the education system.news 20170504 2

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…final report to be completed shortly

“Right now as I sit here I am working on it,” said Mr. Ed Caesar of the final report of the Commission of Inquiry [COI] into public education system. Caesar, the Chairman of the COI, handed over a preliminary report into the
inquiry last month to Minister of Education, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine, with a promise that the final report will be completed within two to three weeks.
But according to Caesar yesterday, the Commission, as at yesterday, was still working on the final report. “It will be completed shortly.”news 20170504 1

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