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Trinidad: Shortage of teachers at 48 Anglican schools

Posted on: March 11, 2014 4:46 PM
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By Sue-Ann Wayow in the Trinidad Express

There is a shortage of teachers at 48 schools run by the Anglican Education Board of Management.

This is according to Merle Brathwaite, the board’s secretary with responsibility for primary schools.

Yesterday she said: “We do not have teachers. We have gone to the government list. We have submitted our recommendations to the ministry (of Education) which takes quite a long time because the minister (Dr Tim Gopeesingh) has to look at everything that happens in terms of staffing at school. We have been doing that all the time.”

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