Minister of Education Girlyn Miguel of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Minister responsible for education, Hon Girlyn Miguel said that the ministry of Education is very serious about universal secondary education.
Minister of Education, Girlyn Miguel says the government remains committed to ensuring that Teachers receive training on an ongoing basis.
Mrs Miguel said Teachers will soon have an opportunity receive a Caribbean Vocational Qualification, which would enhance their ability to find employment in the region.
Speaking to scores of Baptists at the National Congress of Incorporated Baptist Organisations of TT at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, Miguel said the day called for remembrance of the past.
Miguel said in the early days of the Spiritual Baptist movement, the members worked long and hard to make a contribution.
Miguel said with the “old guard incapacitated” there may be those who felt the time had come to “relax” and “take a breather to enjoy the fruits of their labour” and “do just enough to keep the faithful comfortable.
Miguel said growth of the Spiritual Baptist faith required paying attention to attitudes, leadership and outreach.
Miguel said as Baptists moved onward they had to be people with vision and determination.
An Independence message, from Minister of Education Girlyn Miguel was read by school principal Yvette Bowen.
Vincent Grenadines Minister of Education Girlyn MIGUEL has approved the standard multilateral Memorandum of Understanding pertaining to Saint Vincent's participation in EUCLID.