These were participants who took up the offer. It should be clear to anyone that the Indian kids had better offers.
Maybe yes. Maybe no, but if we want to discuss ethnic representation in Guyana we should NOT merely limit it to the public sector.
Yes it might well be that Indians have more access to the private sector so less need for these programs in order to access opportunities.
It is clear to any who visit Guyana that within the English speaking Caribbean blacks are doing worse than they are in other parts of the Caribbean. 40 years ago this was NOT the case.