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Unions look for ward to update


Unions look for ward to update

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CLARITY, protection for parents and children, and contractual arrangements are some of the elements unions are hoping for in the new Education Act and the Teaching Service Commission.
Reaction has been swift from the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT), the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) and the Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools (BAPPSS) to Friday’s announcement by Minister of Education Ronald Jones that work had started on both.
The document for the commission has already gone before Cabinet, Jones said.
President Winston Crichlow said the BAPPSS was given an indication that work had started on the legislation some time ago, but a draft has not been forthcoming.

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