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Not a word!


Yvette Best

Not a word!

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AFTER ALMOST four and a half hours of closed-door talks with Prime Minister Freundel Stuart last night, the next step in the Alexandra School saga remains a mystery.
It is unclear whether the 30 teachers who want principal Jeff Broomes “separated” from the school will be reporting for work today. Most teaching came to an early end at the St Peter school yesterday, as teachers assembled at the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) headquarters at Belleville, St Michael, to await a call from Stuart.
Broomes had no official word of the teachers’ meeting with the Prime Minister, he told the MIDWEEK?NATION.
The teachers, members of the executive of their union, the BSTU, led by president Mary Redman, and lawyer Hal Gollop met with Stuart in the Cabinet Office at Government Headquarters, Bay Street, yesterday and it was not until around 8:51 p.m. that movement was seen along the corridors on the second floor.
 
Read the full story in today’s MIDWEEK NATION.

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