Thursday, 01 September 2016 09:48

GMTT - TTUTA President Davanand Sinanan

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On Thursday teachers are set to report to schools throughout the country and through them TTUTA will determine whether the nation's school are safe for occupation.

President of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) Davanand Sinanan says the organisation is disappointed that some of the assurances given by the Ministry of Education, in good faith, did not come to pass with regards to the vacation repairs programme.

The Education Facilities Company Limited's (EFCL) ability to carry out its mandate was questioned in light of this.

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