The recent closing of a secondary school highlights the ugly threat of physical danger facing students, teachers and principals across the education system. The Chaguanas North Secondary School was closed on February 19 after officials learned of plans to carry out an armed attack against a teacher, security personnel and students.
This is according to a release issued this morning by the CORE Foundation.
Director, Core Founation Ms. Francola John explained that the Foundation was established in September last year to deal with the under served in Trinidad and Tobago.
In an interview with News Power Now this morning she revealed that an upcoming conference organized by the CORE Foundation would prepare parents, students, teachers, principals, administrative and support staff to be able to identify and treat with armed attacks and other serious threats of physical danger.
She also disclosed that CORE would bring together a number of experts who would provide the tools necessary to aid in dealing with the challenges associated with the upsurge in violence.
Director, Core Founation Ms. Francola John.
Help will be given to suspended students of the Chaguanas North Secondary School. This is according to Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers asocial Devenan Sinanan.
He said that while the Principal could suspend students that were deemed to be a disruption to the school system, help would be sought to reintegrate the students back into the school system.
He was speaking in an interview this morning.
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