Ministry of Education, Guyana

...distribution of laptops to teachers to start in two weeks

Since the commencement of the new academic term, some 100 education institutions have been connected to high-speed Internet services and the Government in the next two weeks will begin distribution of laptops for teachers.Head of the E-Government Unit Floyd Levi said every secondary school in Regions Three, Four, Five and Six is now connected to the E-Government 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) network which extends from Skeldon, Berbice to Charity, Essequibo Coast.
In addition, all high Schools in Georgetown and its environs have also been connected to the fibre-optic network that surrounds the city.
Regional Democratic Council (RDC) offices in the respective regions have been connected to the same networks as well, a release from the Public Telecommunications Ministry said.

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The play Julius Caesar was staged at the Lichas Hall in Linden last Wednesday and on Thursday, at the National Cultural Centre.news 20160913 The aim was to target Secondary School students who are preparing to write CXC English B next year, according to producer, Grace Chapman, an overseas based Lindener. She currently lectures at the University of Gambia.

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Both present and continuing students, who are children of employees of the Guyana Oil Company (GuyOil) were awarded for their outstanding academic performance at the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) and Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) exams last Friday.The presentation ceremony was held at the Kitty Service Station Boardroom in the presence of the board of directors, senior managers and general employees.

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