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  1. Government to engage donor countries on unfair hiring of trained teachers
    December 17, 2006

  2. Teachers being trained for IT in nursery and primary schools
    August 12, 2004

  3. Guyanese teachers in New York win waivers
    August 6, 2004

  4. Guyanese teachers warned to return home
    August 3, 2004

  5. US denies waivers to Caribbean teachers
    July 28, 2004

  6. Proposed arbitration talks on teachers pay talks stalled
    July 20, 2004

  7. Fifty-five
    June 25, 2004

  8. Teachers trained in Career Guidance
    June 23, 2004

  9. Jeffrey proposes overseas career stretches for productive teachers
    June 20, 2004

  10. Three per cent pay hike offer an insult to teachers - PMJ
    June 20, 2004

  11. teachers' 3% is final, says ministry
    June 16, 2004

  12. GTU rejects 3% teacher salary offer, negotiations continuing
    June 16, 2004

  13. Some seven Guyanese teachers in New York visa snarl-up
    June 15, 2004

  14. Fringe benefits could stem teacher exodus -union head
    June 14, 2004

  15. 'Is 3% final offer?' -ministry asked to clarify
    June 13, 2004

  16. Teachers must learn
    May 29, 2004

  17. Canada approves Cdn$5.3M teacher training grant
    May 24, 2004

  18. Avril Crawford is new teachers union president
    May 22, 2004

  19. Retired temporary teachers face August axe
    May 22, 2004

  20. Three percent pay hike offer to teachers inadequate
    May 16, 2004

  21. School of the Nations offers teaching diploma
    May 15, 2004

  22. Some teachers getting no strike relief payments
    May 14, 2004

  23. Teaching positions advertised
    March 21, 2004

  24. Many teachers short changed by absence of teaching service body
    February 11, 2004

  25. Teachers in New Amsterdam area take action over salary deductions
    November 30, 2003

  26. GTU: Frustration resulting from teacher wage impasse
    October 18, 2003

  27. Teacher brain drain damaging universal education goal
    October 18, 2003

  28. GTU launches archives exhibition
    October 15, 2003

  29. Teachers and results
    September 14, 2003

  30. New batch of teaching volunteers arrives
    August 28, 2003

  31. UK volunteers to teach in secondary schools

    August 28, 2003

  32. Teacher exodus declines
    August 27, 2003

  33. Making Teaching And Learning Attractive
    August 26, 2003

  34. Classroom management fails some C'bean teachers in US, UK
    August 4, 2003

  35. Teacher Gem Moriah shares her recipe for success!
    July 6, 2003

  36. A tribune for teaching and learning
    July 3, 2003

  37. Teacher trainees do schoolyard ecology course
    July 2, 2003

  38. World Bank suggests incentive scheme for teachers
    March 25, 2003

  39. Despite constraints... Scheme to upgrade under-qualified teachers deemed successful
    March 14, 2003

  40. Teacher trainees get $7.9M IT centre
    February 27, 2003

  41. Government still against arbitration on teacher pay
    January 15, 2003

  42. Akeel says missed arbitration meeting not teachers fault
    January 11, 2003

  43. New York school system scouts local teachers
    January 8, 2003

  44. Teachers to get 2002 payout by January 11
    January 4, 2003

  45. WPA expresses solidarity with teachers on pay dispute
    January 4, 2003

  46. Gov't in math mix-up over teachers pay
    January 3, 2003

  47. Cabinet approves across the board increase for teachers
    December 28, 2002

  48. Teacher pays compensation to hurt student
    December 21, 2002

  49. Teachers to get wage hikes between 5% to 15%
    December 20, 2002

  50. Student who assaulted teacher apologises, pays compensation
    December 20, 2002

  51. Teachers to get increases, backpay by Christmas
    December 20, 2002

  52. Salary negotiations deadlocked
    December 18, 2002

  53. Student accused of beating teacher granted $25,000 bail
    December 17, 2002

  54. Teachers wages talks break down
    December 17, 2002

  55. Teacher says he was beaten by 17-year-old student
    December 14, 2002

  56. Conciliation talks on salary hikes for teachers inconclusive so far
    December 13, 2002

  57. Conciliation talks set for teacher pay
    December 11, 2002

  58. Teachers union seeking conciliation talks
    December 9, 2002

  59. Jeffrey insists he offered $60M
    November 30, 2002

  60. Five per cent payout is a gesture of goodwill
    November 30, 2002

  61. Union denies ministry offered extra $60M
    November 29, 2002

  62. GTU moves towards conciliation
    November 29, 2002

  63. Teachers pay talks break down
    November 28, 2002

  64. Teachers report success with musical human rights education
    November 12, 2002

  65. Ministry disallows fundraising by teachers
    November 10, 2002

  66. Ministry moving against teacher absenteeism
    November 9, 2002

  67. St. Ignatius teachers move into five-apartment complex
    November 7, 2002

  68. Absence of service commissions delaying vital appointments
    October 28, 2002

  69. Teachers being coursed in information technology teaching strategies
    October 22, 2002

  70. Teachers
    October 20, 2002

  71. Teachers union formulating three-year salary package
    October 8, 2002

  72. Teacher competency to be upgraded in US$50M project -Jeffrey reiterates
    October 7, 2002

  73. One day strike at St Winefrideís
    September 4, 2002

  74. Teachers, students protest conditions at St. Winefride's school
    September 4, 2002

  75. Teachers' union concerned about non-appointment of senior staff
    August 11, 2002

  76. Jeffrey outlines aspects of strategy to keep teachers
    June 27, 2002

  77. Teachers to get vacation allowance
    May 29, 2002

  78. Many teachers at recruitment for NY posts
    April 22, 2002

  79. The teacher supply problem
    April 14, 2002

  80. Laparkanís Incentive Scheme honours teachers
    April 14, 2002

  81. Finding a solution to teacher migration
    April 4, 2002

  82. Teacher migration not restricted to Guyana
    April 3, 2002

  83. Teachers exposed to promoting peace through creative writing
    March 25, 2002

  84. Skills training for teachers
    February 16, 2002

  85. Short-sighted regional govts to blame for exodus of teachers
    February 16, 2002

  86. GTU branch proposes skills training to boost teachers pay
    February 9, 2002

  87. Teachers body begs measures to curb exodus
    February 9, 2002

  88. Teachers exodus features in children's Mash competition
    February 5, 2002

  89. "Their minds are not here..."
    February 1, 2002

  90. Should teachers pay for training?
    January 28, 2002

  91. Creativity needed to address teacher migration
    January 25, 2002

  92. 100 Guyanese to take up Cuban scholarships
    January 25, 2002

  93. Ally calls teacher recruitment `pirating'
    January 24, 2002

  94. Tremendous response to NY recruitment
    January 20, 2002

  95. Teacher migration
    January 18, 2002

  96. New York education board recruiting Guyanese teachers
    January 17, 2002

  97. Internet pilot for teacher training underway
    December 21, 2001

  98. New salary scales announced for teachers
    December 6, 2001

  99. Since start of academic year 261 teachers have left
    December 1, 2001

  100. Minister, union to pursue house lots for teachers
    September 30, 2001

  101. Survey of children shows gains in some areas
    September 20, 2001

  102. Jeffrey lauds scheme to help curb teacher migration
    September 19, 2001

  103. Towards the reform of the education system
    September 16, 2001

  104. The quality of education in Guyana
    August 26, 2001

  105. Concerns raised over US teacher recruitment
    August 4, 2001

  106. Trained teachers are not staying
    July 16, 2001

  107. Ministry aims to make every child functionally literate
    May 23, 2001

  108. The plague of illiteracy
    May 21, 2001

  109. Teachers' union to pursue non-salary issues with ministry
    April 24, 2001

  110. Teachers union to engage Jagdeo in talks on new service commission
    April 21, 2001

  111. Controlling extra lessons
    April 6, 2001

  112. New education laws will control extra lessons - Caesar
    April 4, 2001

  113. Outstanding achievements in education sector last year --Dr Bisnauth
    March 1, 2001

  114. Guyana has to `leap-frog' in education
    January 23, 2001

  115. Are our schools failing boys?
    January 7, 2001

  116. Education Ministry plans intensive reading campaign
    January 1, 2001

  117. The CXC results
    December 30, 2000

  118. Hope in youth
    December 29, 2000

  119. Speaking for themselves - CXC results 2000
    December 17, 2000

  120. Impressive gains seen in education
    December 16, 2000

  121. Botswana turned out to be the elusive dream
    December 3, 2000

  122. Recommendations for dismissal with Teaching Service body
    October 31, 2000

  123. Children are also damaged by inappropriate teaching
    October 22, 2000

  124. Child abuse in schools
    October 18, 2000

  125. Abuse of children will not be tolerated in education system
    October 18, 2000

  126. The importance of education in human development
    September 28, 2000

  127. Coping with the teacher exodus
    September 20, 2000

  128. Twelve secondary schools, teachers college poised for information age leap US$908,569 contract signed
    September 14, 2000

  129. Advances in the new age of learning
    September 11, 2000

  130. Top 'A' Level achievers want govt to provide more scholarships
    September 1, 2000

  131. Bishops' High leaps to 90% overall success at CXC
    August 31, 2000

  132. Reading
    August 4, 2000

  133. Student-centred teaching vital
    August 1, 2000

  134. 'Caring is the point of teaching'
    July 30, 2000

  135. Thirty-four more graduate from novel teacher training scheme
    July 26, 2000

  136. Teachers union worried over indiscipline in schools
    May 13, 2000

  137. PM urged to restore power of regions to appoint teachers
    May 4, 2000

  138. Paucity of supplies, salaries hampering delivery of education
    May 2, 2000

  139. Teaching vacancies
    April 30, 2000

  140. Teaching service advertisements late
    April 23, 2000

  141. Over 700 senior vacancies in teaching service
    April 22, 2000

  142. Bisnauth urges stricter rule by school heads
    April 10, 2000

  143. Psychologists needed to identify children with learning disabilities
    April 2, 2000

  144. Some 30 new secondary schools needed to ease overcrowding
    April 1, 2000

  145. More social work now in teacher's job
    April 1, 2000

  146. Education is the key to development
    March 14, 2000

  147. School discipline
    March 12, 2000

  148. Education must match current shift in technology
    March 7, 2000

  149. Guyana takes comprehensive approach to education
    March 4, 2000

  150. Teachers' remuneration
    March 3, 2000

  151. Study recommends new role for Teaching Service Commission
    January 16, 2000

  152. Staff shortages at all echelons of education system
    January 9, 2000

  153. Education Ministry to focus on early childhood learning
    January 6, 2000

  154. Regions stripped of powers to appoint, second teachers
    January 6, 2000

  155. Education Ministry tackles reading inability among young people
    January 4, 2000

  156. Guyana wins CXC award yet again
    December 15, 1999

  157. Paying the teachers
    December 15, 1999

  158. The teacher crisis
    November 16, 1999

  159. President tells Linden students Education remains Government's top priority
    November 8, 1999

  160. Basic Education Project to help curb teacher exodus
    November 2, 1999

  161. Key institutions hit by serious teacher shortage
    September 18, 1999

  162. It still takes a village
    September 17, 1999

  163. Top schools hit hard by teacher shortages
    September 15, 1999

  164. Education officers to report on loss of teachers
    September 12, 1999

  165. Migrating teachers a serious blow to education sector
    September 10, 1999

  166. QC PTA proposes upping teachers salaries
    September 4, 1999

  167. Some 100 more teachers for greener pastures
    September 1, 1999

  168. Grading of test papers will determine extent of CXC breach
    August 1, 1999

  169. Guyana cannot prevent countries advertising for teachers
    August 1, 1999

  170. Govt recognises more can be done for children
    July 24, 1999

  171. Bisnauth blames teachers at UG for poor CXC performance
    July 11, 1999

  172. The objects of education
    July 10, 1999

  173. Secondary schools get $5.6M in textbooks
    July 10, 1999

  174. The sacred trust of the written word
    July 6, 1999

  175. CXC mathematics paper leak not as widespread as indicated
    July 6, 1999

  176. Helping to meet the challenge of youth
    June 22, 1999

  177. Reading less, thinking less, meeting less
    June 20, 1999

  178. Students may have to rewrite paper
    June 16, 1999

  179. CXC exam leak
    June 10, 1999

  180. Education Ministry says pay hike talks satisfactory
    June 5, 1999

  181. The national curriculum
    June 3, 1999

  182. Interviews for more top postions in Botswana underway
    May 28, 1999

  183. School reform scheme may help stem urban/rural drift
    May 24, 1999

  184. The Academic Board and the Government
    May 23, 1999

  185. World Bank calls for radical modernisation in education
    May 13, 1999

  186. World Bank officials praise progress of SSRP
    May 7, 1999

  187. Teaching our children the right way with words
    April 26, 1999

  188. 1999 important year for education in Guyana
    April 20, 1999

  189. Teacher exodus lowest since 1982 and 1992 - Bisnauth - housing among incentives being proposed to stem flow
    April 23, 1999

  190. Listen To Teachers
    March 26, 1999

  191. Family structure changes testing education system
    March 25, 1999

  192. What People Are Saying: Teacher Crisis
    March 22, 1999

  193. Teacher Migration
    March 21, 1999

  194. The number one priority
    March 21, 1999

  195. The teacher crisis
    October 11, 1998

  196. Call for re-definition of education
    as the 21st century nears

    July 15, 1998

  197. The Dumbing of Guyana





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