The Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association is today challenging claims by the Ministry of Education that there has been a reduction in violence in Secondary Schools.
Speaking with News Power Now this morning TTUTA President Lyndsey Doodai said he did not think the Ministry’s information was accurate
He said based on feedback provided by teachers at various schools throughout the country there was no marked reduction in violence at Secondary Schools.
He said further, that some of these incidents are not dealt with appropriately.
Meanwhile, the TTUTA President contends that there is a shortage of guidance professionals in the nation’s schools.
He said that there needs to be an increase in the compliment of officers and councilors at the nation’s learning institutions.
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