Monday, April 22, 2024

Schools asked to prepare for online classes


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Schools have been instructed to prepare for online classes for the remainder of the week if drivers at the Transport Board continue to stay off the job.

A circular signed by Chief Education Officer Dr Ramona Archer-Bradshaw, indicated this would be the contingency plan for all public nursery, primary, secondary and special schools.

Staff at the Transport Board staged a work stoppage on Monday leaving thousands of commuters stranded. They were meeting with representatives of their unions and management. (SAT)


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