THE SYMPOSIUM ON BOYS’ EDUCATION FINAL COMMUNIQUE. GEORGETOWN, GUYANA, 28-29 JUNE 2018
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At the close of The Symposium on Boys’ Education held in Georgetown, Guyana on June 28 and 29 2018, a communique was issued that called on education policy makers, planners and providers in Guyana to consider as a matter of priority, strategies for addressing boys’ education. The communique declared that although the learning needs of boys should be prioritized, this should not be at the expense of girls; both boys and girls should benefit from strategies and approaches recommended.
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