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SVGTU President says Union Continues to make tremendous achievements

President of the Teachers SVG Teachers Union, Oswald Robinson, said the Union continues to make tremendous achievements in its ongoing quest to protect the rights of teachers in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. His comments come as the union celebrates Teachers Solidarity Week, under the theme: ‘Defending Workers’ Rights: An Imperative for a Democratic and… Continue Reading →

Dr. Ralph Gonsalves Asks Teachers And Public Servants To Call Off Their Plans To Strike

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has issued another appeal to Teachers and Public Servants here not to withdraw their services tomorrow. The Public Service Union and the Teachers Union, two main trade Unions representing Public Servants say they still intent to stage a one-day strike tomorrow, to press the Government to pay workers one month… Continue Reading →

Not in a position to accommodate proposal put forward by the Public Servants and Teachers

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says the issue relating to negotiations for increased salaries for Public Servants is still under review. He gave this assurance, as he responded to a question in Parliament this morning. The Prime Minister disclosed that the Government is not in a position to accommodate the proposal recently put forward by… Continue Reading →

Writing and Performance Symposium For Students And Teachers Alike

Several topics are being addressed at a Writing and Performance Symposium which is being held today for Teachers and Students who have a keen interest in the Performing Arts. The symposium is designed to equip participants with tools for effective song writing and performance, with particular focus on the writing and performance of Calypso and… Continue Reading →

Public Service Union And The St Vincent Union Of Teachers Budget Proposal

The Public Service Union and the St Vincent Union of Teachers have put forward a proposal for compensation to Public Officers and Teachers in the absence of salary increases for the years 2012 – 2014. A release from the Public Service Union, PSU, says the unions are proposing that this be a one-off payment. The… Continue Reading →

Curtis King Says Teachers Must Take A Proactive Approch To Teaching History

A challenge has been thrown out for Local History Teachers to take a proactive approach to teaching, to ensure that students have a greater appreciation of the History of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This from Principal of the St. Vincent Grammar School and Historian, Curtis King, while speaking at the 2014 Local History Expo,… Continue Reading →