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April is Autism Awareness Month. This year’s theme, “Empowering Autistic Voices”, seeks to raise awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and demonstrate that individuals living with Autism can “lead meaningful lives and pursue successful careers”.   What is Autism? Autism Spectrum Disorder (often shortened to just Autism) is a disability which affects the development of […]

EdYou FM Staff Benefits from Personality Type Training Employees of EdYou FM today completed a Staff Development Training. The two sessions, which were facilitated by Georgia E. Inniss, aimed to foster team spirit by learning about the different personalities within the workspace. Georgia Inniss is a Certified Personal Development and Executive Coach, Motivational Speaker, and […]

UG Hosts Exclusive Music Masterclass with Internationally Acclaimed Musician, Reggie Pittman. Award-winning Jazz Musician Reggie Pittman hosted an exclusive Music Masterclass at the University of Guyana in collaboration with the Artist in Residence Program on Tuesday 9th April, 2024. The event brought together musicians from the Guyana Police Force Band, The Hamilton Family Band, other […]

The Learning Resource Development Unit (LRDU) and the English Language Unit (ELU) of the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) joined with Guyana and the rest of the world in celebrating World Poetry Day on Thursday March 21, 2024. The theme for this year, “Standing on the shoulders of Giants”, encourages us to reflect […]

Get Set for NGSA: A Guide to the Ministry of Education’s Resources for the National Grade Six Assessment The National Grade Six Assessment is set for May 2-3, 2024. Here’s a list of resources that you can use to help your little ones to ace their exams! EdYou FM Tune in on weekdays for Grade […]

Language is a marker of one’s culture and history. It denotes the origins of the people who live in a territory, whether the territory was colonised and by whom. Language can also indicate the influence of and the relationship between neighbouring countries. Thus, language plays a critical role in shaping and strengthening one’s cultural identity. […]

EdYou FM, the Ministry of Education’s radio station, today donated a quantity of equipment to the Tutorial High School Agricultural Science Department. The donation includes four (4) rakes, three (3) water cans, three (3) pruning shears, four (4) pairs of long boots and one (1) wheelbarrow. The equipment totalled a sum of $50,000 and was […]

“In a world where the sky is often mistaken for a limit, let us remember that the stars, they do not heed such boundaries. They shine forth, undeterred by the darkness, a testament to the boundless potential within each of us.” – Anonymous. Shannielle Hoosein Outar, the illustrious Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education, […]

Emmanuel Wilson, a 22-year-old Government Technical Institute (GTI) student, is encouraging people to pursue non-conventional careers. He is studying Mechanical Electrical Engineering at GTI. Wilson explained that many people view jobs in non-conventional fields as inferior. However, with Guyana’s growing economy, he pointed out that companies now seek to hire more people in these fields, […]

In commemoration of World Wildlife Day, The Guyana Wildlife Conservation and Management Commission, in collaboration with the Protected Areas Commission, hosted a fair at the Zoological Park and Wildlife Rescue Centre to highlight the importance of our wildlife. World Wildlife Day is observed on March 3 every year. It is an opportunity to celebrate the […]


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