Ministry of Education, Guyana

Education Minister Shaik Baksh has restated the call to all education stakeholders, particularly parents, to increase their involvement and strengthen their commitment to working with his ministry to ensure the success of the nation’s children.
Education Minister Shaik Baksh yesterday underscored the need for effective leadership on the part of headteachers to maximize the potential of their teachers and to ensure better learning outcomes from students.
The Ministry of Education in keeping with its trust to offer students an alternative pathway of study and curb the drop-out rate at the secondary level will be introducing the Secondary Competency Certificate Programme (SCCP) in 14 more schools this year.
The Central Islamic Organisation of Guyana (CIOG) with support from the Zakaat House of Kuwait has commission a spanking $ 25M department at the Meten-Meer-Zorg Islamic Academy to better accommodate students pursuing a secondary education.
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