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Give teachers funding to repair schools, NPSPA…

President of the National Primary Schools Principals’ Association, Lynsley Doodhai

President of the
National Primary Schools Principals’ Association, Lynsley Doodhai

The National Primary Schools Principals’ Association (NAPSPA) says it is concerned with the myriad of issues surrounding the Vacation School Repair Program.

On Monday several schools including the Tunapuna Boys’ Roman Catholic school were unable to reopen its doors for the new school term, due to incomplete work by contractors hired by the Education Facilities Company Limited, through the Ministry of Education.

NAPSPA in a statement issued Tuesday, called on the Ministry of Education to do proper planning when conducting work, and to provide Principals with adequate funding for minor repairs during the school term. 

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