Within Surinamese education, there have been some changes for a while. These advancements have always aimed to provide equitable opportunity for all children in society. In order to reduce dropout rates, education will also be made more enjoyable and appealing and more opportunities for growth will be provided.
As a result, the concept for the Ministry of Education, Science, and Culture’s “SULA” inspirational grant was developed. This fair’s major goal is to inform school administrators, teachers, parents, and guardians on recent developments in elementary and secondary education.
It will be a diverse inspiration fair. Together with informational booths where people may speak with representatives from the ministry’s various divisions, there will also be workshops where people can take part actively. Guests can access all the information, including the seminars, online later if they are unable to attend for whatever reason.
Starting today and running through March 31st, the fair will be held in the Cultural Center Suriname (CCS) on the Henck Arronstraat. Teachers and administrators are the target audience for these days. On April 1, parents/guardians and students will have the chance to visit the fair.
The fair is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. On Saturdays, the fair can be visited from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.