The Ministry of Education will be under the gun today.
The Alexandra School enters its second week of protests, all three entities involved will be participating in some type of action to seek a resolution to the impasse that has left 824 students virtually teacherless since the second school term started last Wednesday.
Yesterday, the school’s Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) formulated a four-point plan, which was signed as a petition by hundreds of angry parents. That will be delivered to the ministry this morning.
Also today, the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union will be handing over a strongly worded letter to the Chief Personnel Officer (CPO), asking for Alexandra principal Jeff Broomes to be separated from the institution as a matter of urgency.
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