Parents, educators urged to invest more in children’s education

Parents and educators were urged to invest more in children’s education, particularly those weak ones, in order to develop Guyana’s future human resource.

The call was made by Alim Hosein, Dean of the University of Guyana’s (UG) School of Education & Humanities, during the closing ceremony of the university’s 10th annual Reading is Fun Programme. In his remarks, Hosein applauded the programme’s successes but also raised serious questions on its weaknesses.

“Where the question comes is how do we deal with the shortcomings that we have found? How do we deal with the slow learners? How do we deal with children who are …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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