Ministry of Education, Guyana

President David Granger has posited that Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) should be embedded in all levels of schools’ curricula, as the future of Guyana depends on those disciplines.Addressing, on Friday, the audience at the closing exercise of the National Science, Mathematics and Technology Fair, which ran together with the Sagicor Visionaries Challenge Fair at the Linden Foundation Secondary School, the President stressed during his main address that the four disciplines must not only be taught separately, but should be integrated into one.

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Guyana has been able to achieve universal primary education, and is now striving to attain the goal of universal secondary education. 

“One of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is the achievement of 100 percent secondary education and that is a goal that is still ahead of us and I hope over the next few years, that will also be achieved,” said Education Minister, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine at the Cyril Potter College of Education (CPCE) second Career Day opening last Friday.

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Tuesday, 01 September 2015 19:08

Guyana – a leading Sagicor visionary

At today’s launch of Education Month 2015 at the Theater Guild, Marlene Chin from Sagicor Visionaries officially announced to the Guyanese public that Abram Zuil Secondary School in Region 2, had won the 2014 leg of the Sagicor Visionaries competition.
Having won the national competition with their project Paddy Husk Particle Board, the students and teachers moved on to the regional competition which was held in Florida, United States of America. This team included Athine Indar, Safeer Juma, Mark Doobay, Devindra Persaud and Biron Marks. They were joined by their teachers Jerome Rajpersaud (Deputy Head Teacher), Bagwandae Suklall (Head of the Science Department).

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