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TTUTA Tells Teachers Stop Marking SBAs And Get Ready To March For Salary Increases

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Teachers are being ordered by their representing union to halt all efforts to mark or review School Based Assessments or SBAs.

Lindsay Doodhai told a teacher's retirement function that it is time to retire their pens when it comes to the Caribbean Examination Council's SBA scheme.

The TTUTA president says the CXC is being disrespectful towards teachers needs for extra pay for the extra work.

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