Aadilah Ali is top CAPE performer

-gains dream scholarship at second try

Aadilah Ali

Aadilah Ali of Queen’s College has made it to the winner’s circle with passes in 15 units at the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE).

Teachers’ union, ministry still at impasse on wages

The Ministry of Education (left) and the Guyana Teachers Union met again yesterday to discuss the Teachers Multi-Year agreement. There was no progress on wages. (Ministry of Education photo)

A meeting between the Ministry of Education and the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) yesterday failed to yield progress for an agreement on proposed wage increases for teachers, setting the stage for a planned strike to proceed.

Christian Pile scores 20 Grade Ones at CSEC

Christian Pile

As he celebrates attaining 20 Grade One passes at this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination, Christian Pile is feeling relieved and extremely accomplished.

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