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Teachers plan for CXC students

Yvette Best

Teachers plan for CXC students

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The Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) is prepared to allow “some relaxation” to accommodate fifth form students at Alexandra who are taking examinations.
President Mary Redman told the media earlier today that the details were yet to be worked out as to how it will be done.
She said the union had informed all the relevant stakeholders about the industrial action, and is still not speaking to other issues, including whether they been in contact with the Prime Minister or his representative since the strike action was announced yesterday.
“The union nevertheless remains committed to reviewing its position as soon as the situation alters,” she stated.
 Redman said the close to 30 teachers have had to put up with some of the same issues with principal Jeff Broomes they have been protesting against since returning to work on January 25.
She added that the BSTU had reported the infractions that further deteriorate the teaching and learning environment in the school to Broomes’ superiors, but they remain unaddressed.