Ministry of Education, Guyana

To be better than who I am, to work harder, to use my time and energy meaningfully, to play sensibly, to always believe I can, to always comply with my instructions, and to have success only through courage, hard work, order and discipline.’ Those were the words recited by 240 new students commencing their studies at the Kuru Kuru Training Centre (KKTC). 

Published in Youth News

- even as the Caribbean records a 20% higher drop out rate than the LAC region.

Even as the Caribbean is recording a worrying 20% higher drop - out rate than other countries in the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region, Guyana has been pleasantly and consistently over the last few years been recording a remarkable reduction in the number and proportion of students who drop out.

Published in News & Events
Monday, 03 November 2014 13:30

School Road Safety Education Programme

The Caribbean Development Bank in collaboration with the Government of Guyana, through the Ministries of Public Works and Education, have commissioned an international consultancy firm - TRL, to strengthen road safety in the curriculum and increase knowledge, skills and understanding among children and young people.

TRL, the UK’s Transport Research Laboratory commissioned to undertake the programme, has conducted a review of existing road safety delivery in schools and created a baseline of data in which to monitor performance over the next two years.

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