JTA President Calls For Teachers To Unite In Fight For Better Working Conditions

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President of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association, JTA, Dr. Garth Anderson, is calling on teachers to unite to tackle the numerous struggles they encounter.

Addressing the opening ceremony of the JTA’s 55th Annual Conference a short while ago, Dr Anderson outlined a number of issues plaguing teachers.

The three-day conference is being held at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa in St James.

It’s being held under the theme, Empowering Educators: Retooling, Innovating, Networking for Sustainable Development.

Dr. Anderson says building the JTA is in the best interest of Jamaica.

Dr. Garth Anderson, President of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association.




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  1. Michael Chamunda Williams

    August, September, October 30th 1980… Anniversary of the best JLP victory for the party 51 to 9 seats.
    All in all 2019 has been the best year for the JLP. After September 7, with a Bunting win… Holness will be on the defensive as Bunting will be talking the challenge to him, with a renewed freshness & the 1 term syndrum feeling in the air. If Holness don’t call the election either October, November or very Early December, his best opportunity *will be gone* .

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