PM’s callPrime Minister Freundel Stuart. (FP)
By Yvette Best | Mon, April 16, 2012 - 12:11 AM
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has scheduled a meeting for tomorrow with the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) and the 30 teachers who staged a three-week strike at the beginning of the last term.
And the affected staff wait to see if “stage two” of the Alexandra saga, for which they have been looking since return to work January 25, will take effect.
A reliable source told the DAILY NATION the time and place for that meeting are yet to be announced and that the teachers had been advised to report for work today for the usual planning session and meetings on the first day of school, but stay away tomorrow.
This means that there could be some disruption when children turn up for the first day of school in this Trinity term – for the second straight term.
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