Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Teachers call for compensation


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 TEACHERS FIND THEMSELVES doing so much “extra” work in secondary schools that they’re asking Government for some compensation.

The issue was raised when head of the Barbados Secondary Teachers ‘ Union Mary Redman addressed a Teachers’ Professional Day function at National Union of Public Workers’ Dalkeith, St Michael complex today.

She said some courses had brought with them “much increased workloads in some subjects.

Without going into details, she said the call for compensation was “a reasonable one” and “one that we are acting on from this academic year”. (TY)


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