December 2, 2013
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EMBATTLED former President of the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Belinda Wilson was returned to the helm of the organisation yesterday, according to unofficial results.
BAHAMAS Union of Teachers Acting President Zane Lightbourne yesterday accused suspended BUT President Belinda Wilson of trying to “barge” her way back into the presidency before receiving confirmation from the union’s annual general meeting.
BAHAMAS Union of Teachers President Belinda Wilson yesterday called for Education Director Lionel Sands to “do the honourable thing and move on” from his post.
BAHAMAS Union of Teachers Secretary General John Musgrove said the suspensions of President Belinda Wilson and treasurer Lorraine Knowles are likely to remain in place in view of issues the union is facing with an appeals committee formed to consider the matter.
A SHORTAGE OF teachers, classroom size and “piled up garbage” were some of the concerns expressed by Bahamas Union of Teachers President Belinda Wilson as public schools opened yesterday.
CHIEF Justice Sir Michael Barnett ruled yesterday that Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) executives could conduct business and hold meetings on school campuses, reversing a stance taken by the Ministry of Education last ye
BAHAMAS Union of Teachers (BUT) president Belinda Wilson has filed a trade dispute against the government for allegedly “victimising physical education teachers” - and also claimed that female students had been pinched by a replacement coach.
BAHAMAS Union of Teachers (BUT) President Belinda Wilson will file a trade dispute with the Department of Labour today in light of the Ministry of Education’s decision to fingerprint foreign teachers.
BAHAMAS Union of Teachers President Belinda Wilson yesterday called for the Ministry of Education to immediately stop ‘violating’ the Employment Act by requiring expatriate teachers to be fingerprinted as part of its vetting process.
AS tensions continue to rise between the Bahamas Union of Teachers and the Ministry of Education, BUT President Belinda Wilson released a 25 minute video to the public clarifying the union’s position on several “serious matters”.
TEACHERS in New Providence will decide today if they will go on strike to protest the government’s failure to address their concerns, Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) President Belinda Wilson said yesterday.