• $1M Science and technology education endowment handed over to North West Secondary

    President David Granger, earlier today, handed over $1 million to the North West Secondary school, to boost the institution’s science and technology facilities. The President said that a science based education is the key to the development of the Region and, by extension, the country.news 20161213

  • $41.9B for improvement of Education Sector

    news 20171129 3The Education sector this year has copped a $41.9 billion allocation, all geared towards improving the quality of education provided to Guyana’s children.

  • $66Million Maths and Science building for University of Guyana

    – sod turned, construction slated to begin

    Construction of a $66Million Mathematics and Science building will soon commence following an official sod-turning ceremony earlier this morning at the University of Guyana’s Turkeyen campus.

  • 2nd Annual Robot Exhibition bigger than last year

    Concerned about showcasing advanced technology being used in robotic devices and equipment, STEMGuyana hosted its second annual robot exhibition yesterday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Homestretch Avenue.

  • 37 Linden youths graduate from First Lady’s ICT workshop

    First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, yesterday, attended the closing ceremony of the Information Communication Technology (ICT) Training programme in Linden, Upper Demerara-Berbice (Region Ten), which saw 37 youths receiving certificates accredited by the Board of Industrial Training (BIT).

  • 44 graduate from ITC programme

    Forty one youths of Linden are now equipped with the knowledge needed to tap into Guyana’s frontier industries, now that they have completed the Information Communication Technology (ICT) Training programme, says Marlon Pearson, Senior Administrator of the National Data Management Authority (NDMA).

  • 50 new robotics coaches to be certified

    news 20180203Science and Information Technology (IT) teachers in public and private schools and Ministry of Education officers are participating in the first in a series of training and certification courses under the umbrella of STEM Guyana.

  • 50 new robotics coaches to be certified

    news 20180203Science and Information Technology (IT) teachers in public and private schools and Ministry of Education officers are participating in the first in a series of training and certification courses under the umbrella of STEM Guyana.

  • ACDA-UPN, Inspiring Young Minds to Aspire Higher

    news 20171121On Saturday November 18, 2017, the African Cultural and Development Association (ACDA) alongside the Urban Pilot’s Network (UPN) launched Guyana’s first ever Youth Aviation Camp with funding secured from the Youth Innovation Program initiative through the Ministry of Education.

  • Annual ICT teacher symposium set for November

    The Education Ministry’s annual ICT teacher symposium will focus on turning its STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) initiative into STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics), ICT Coordinator in the Ministry of Education, Marcia Thomas says.news 20161027 5

  • Bartica Teachers benefit from STEM, Robotics training

    news 20180205STEM Guyana in association with the Ministry of Public Telecommunications recently embarked on a series of certification sessions for technology buffs or school leaders who are interested in starting technology clubs in their communities.

  • Bartica Teachers benefit from STEM, Robotics training

    news 20180205STEM Guyana in association with the Ministry of Public Telecommunications recently embarked on a series of certification sessions for technology buffs or school leaders who are interested in starting technology clubs in their communities.

  • Education Minister promises innovations, notable improvements in 2017

    Come next year, Education Minister, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine said that there will be a continued commitment to improving the administration of the education sector in more efficient ways.

    He said that there will be focus on the oversight of the 11 education districts as well as setting benchmarks for the dozens of private schools countrywide.
    Dr. Roopnaraine said that some of the key objectives of the upcoming year will be to improve teacher training in keeping with priority areas for education; increase instructional time for students; improve upon monitoring and evaluation; better supervision of capital projects; and enhancing the internal efficiency of the ministry.news 20160914

  • Education Ministry launches Reg’ 4 STEAM exhibition

    The Ministry of Education yesterday launched a two-day Biennial Science, Technology, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) fair at the Diamond Secondary School with the theme: “Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics paving the way for a green and sustainable society.”

  • Education Ministry launches Reg’ 4 STEAM exhibition

    The Ministry of Education yesterday launched a two-day Biennial Science, Technology, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) fair at the Diamond Secondary School with the theme: “Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics paving the way for a green and sustainable society.”

  • Education Ministry offers $6M support to STEM Guyana for 2018 Robotics Olympics

    The Ministry of Education once again has given its support to the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Guyana team as the unit prepares to participate in the First Global Robotics Olympics in Mexico City in July this year.

  • Education Ministry offers $6M support to STEM Guyana for 2018 Robotics Olympics

    The Ministry of Education once again has given its support to the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Guyana team as the unit prepares to participate in the First Global Robotics Olympics in Mexico City in July this year.

  • Embrace subjects for fourth industrial revolution

    Beterverwagting Secondary School students were encouraged by First Lady Sandra Granger to embrace the opportunities of Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics, (STEM) programmes.

  • Equipping the nation’s’ youths for the future

    –Reading & Robotics programme launched at Nat. Library

  • First Lady donates robotic kit to Den Amstel Primary

    – as 28 complete Robotics Camp

    First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, today, donated a robotic kit to the students of the Den Amstel Primary School, twenty-eight of whom completed a two-day Robotics Camp facilitated by Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Guyana held at the school.

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