Education

Civil Society groups call on Government to adopt more dignified approach to future industrial disputes

In a joint statement issued on Saturday, eight civil society groups, including the Guyana Human Rights Association, Transparency Guyana, Red Thread and the Guyana Trades Union Congress, called on the Government of Guyana to adopt a more “dignified” approach to dealing with industrial relation matters. The joint statement zeroed in on the strike action by […]

Parent Teacher Association of Guyana launched

The Parent Teacher Association of Guyana was launched today at the Parc Rayne Hall, with a commitment to drive innovation, amplify voices, and transform schools across the country.  President of the Parent Teacher Association of Guyana (PTAG), Michele Fraser, said the umbrella association, is intended to expand the scope of PTAs in the country, in […]

GTU and Education Ministry to resume talks next Monday

Almost three weeks after talks between the Ministry of Education and the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) came to a halt, the two sides are expected to meet again next Monday, with the hope of advancing the conciliation process. President of the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU), Dr. Mark Lyte made the announcement today during a virtual […]

UG and Banks DIH ink agreement to promote student development and knowledge transfer

 The University of Guyana and local conglomerate, Banks DIH Limited, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see the two entities collaborating to promote student development, academic partnerships, and knowledge transfer in the field of engineering.  The MOU was signed at Banks DIH Headquarters at Thirst Park, Georgetown last Thursday. Singing on behalf […]

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