(June 1, 2022) - The Ministry of Education on Wednesday continued the series of consultations with stakeholders in the education sector to assess the development of the sector and conceptualize recommendations to enhance its transformation.
Minister of Education, Priya Manickchand
At the Umana Yana this morning, the Honourable Minister of Education, Priya Manickchand engaged representatives from persons living with disabilities organisations to determine short, medium, and long-term measures to provide quality education to all learners.
She explained that engagements are being held with various groups to determine what initiatives need to be taken to enhance education delivery, particularly for those in vulnerable groups.
Participants during the session
“We want to make sure that whatever measures we are taking, have taken or intend to take, are measures that you believe are for your specific community. We want to make sure that whatever we do, is informed by your needs, and what would be responsive to your needs.”
The exercise is one of many scheduled to take place over the next two weeks as the Ministry of Education engages all stakeholders in Education to assess where the Ministry is in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
The exercise will reflect on all that has happened over the last two and a half years of school closure, which include, measures to ensure school continuity, plans to transform education as stated in the Ministry’s Sector Plan and relevant policy documents.