Tag: Education

$52.8 million ‘Because we care’ cash grant for Kuru Kururu schools

$52.8 million ‘Because we care’ cash grant for Kuru Kururu schools

Isaiah Braithwaite Isaiah Braithwaite- August 2, 2022

Investment in children’s future will continue - Min Mc Coy Parents and guardians of 1,760 students along the lower Linden ... Read More

‘Because We Care’ cash grant distribution begins next Tuesday

‘Because We Care’ cash grant distribution begins next Tuesday

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- July 26, 2022

Government’s ‘Because We Care’ $30,000 cash grant and uniform voucher is set to begin distribution next Tuesday, August 2, which ... Read More

Gov’t exploring use of satellite system for online education in hinterland

Gov’t exploring use of satellite system for online education in hinterland

Synieka Thorne Synieka Thorne- July 7, 2022

The government has been exploring the utilisation of Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSATs) to facilitate online learning in schools in ... Read More

$219M contract signed for supply of tablets for Census 2022 data collection

$219M contract signed for supply of tablets for Census 2022 data collection

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- June 30, 2022

The Bureau of Statistics and Digital Technologies Group of Companies Inc today, June 29, 2022 signed a GYD$219,784,200 contract for ... Read More

Govt committed to safeguarding citizens’ livelihood – Minister McCoy

Govt committed to safeguarding citizens’ livelihood – Minister McCoy

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- June 29, 2022

- as $25,000 cash grant distributed in Region 9    Minister within the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility ... Read More

Gov’t to dedicate 15 percent of all conservation revenues to Amerindians, forest-dependent communities 

Gov’t to dedicate 15 percent of all conservation revenues to Amerindians, forest-dependent communities 

Mikaila Prince Mikaila Prince- June 28, 2022

The government, through its new and expanded Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) 2030, plans to set aside 15 percent of ... Read More

8 schools to improve educational services through Diaspora initiative

8 schools to improve educational services through Diaspora initiative

Shaquawn Gill Shaquawn Gill- June 27, 2022

Scores of young people from several schools across the country will now have easier access to online curricula and learning ... Read More

$29M Dagg Point Nursery School completed

$29M Dagg Point Nursery School completed

Neola Damon Neola Damon- May 3, 2022

Some 64 young children of Dagg Point, Region Seven will finally be able to access nursery education within their community ... Read More

President’s College class of 2021 encouraged to keep persevering

President’s College class of 2021 encouraged to keep persevering

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- April 12, 2022

The graduates of the President’s College 2021 class were encouraged to continue their academic pursuits and to contribute to the ... Read More

First Smart classroom commissioned in Region Ten

First Smart classroom commissioned in Region Ten

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- April 2, 2022

The Honourable Minister of Education, Priya Manickchand on Friday commissioned a smart classroom at the Christianburg Secondary School. This is ... Read More

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