World Teachers Day 2014

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Updated Back-pay Notice

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Please take note that the collection of back pay continues today at the Ministry of Education, Accounts Department with first names starting with the letter "F, G, H & I". As we receive further information from the persons concerned we will update the membership soonest. Also there are still cheques at the Ministry of Education for persons whose first name starts with the letter "A" "B" "C" "D" & "E". Please collect soonest since we do not need a backlog of cheques remaining.

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 October 2014 18:19


Notice of Termly General Meeting

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The General membership is reminded of the termly General meeting slated for Thursday, October 2, 2014 at the T.N. Kirnon School.

The meeting is scheduled to commence at 4:00 p.m. and will be focused on a number of current issues affecting the teaching service. Chief among these are:

1. Ongoing distribution of retroactive payments

2. Teachers' Upgrade

3. Collaboration with Education for Advancement

4. Appointment of Master and Senior Teachers; Heads of Appointment and Level Heads

5. World Teachers' Day (5th October)

All m embers are encouraged to come on out and engage your representatives on these and other matters if importance.

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 October 2014 19:20


Antigua Represented at CUT Athletics Championships

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A contigent of ten athletes and three officials departed Antigua on Wednesday to participate in the Caribbean Union of Teachers 15th Biennial Students' Athletics Championships being held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Trinidad from July 25 - 26. The event which is expected to attract athletes from fifteen territories will be a major test for our athletes, some of whom are participating for the first time. Click HERE for live Stream


Last Updated on Saturday, 26 July 2014 17:18


Teachers want overdue retroactive pay

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President of the Antigua & Barbuda Union of Teachers (A&BUT), Ashworth Azille, said the union will be seeking an audience with Finance Minister Prime Minster Gaston Browne to discuss the long overdue retroactive pay for public school teachers.

Last Updated on Friday, 25 July 2014 19:54



New Executive Installed

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Newly Installed Executive:

Front (L-R): Rolston Nickeo (1st V.P), Denise Gardiner (Asst G.S), Ashworth Azille (President), Annetta Alexander (G.S), Claxton Duberry (2nd V.P)

Rear (L-R): Joycelyn James (Asst Tres.), Gwendolyn Willock (Treasurer), Luanda Haywood, Tessa Roberts, Christianna Whyte (Members), Sherry-ann Browne, Tanya Stevens (Trustees)


Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 June 2013 17:17


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Since 1994, Education International (EI) works in close cooperation with the World Health Organisation (WHO) in the field of health education and more specifically on HIV/AIDS prevention. Recognizing the urgency for a broad, strong school health response to HIV/AIDS, EI and WHO joined by Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) work hand in hand with EI affiliates to prevent the further spread of the disease. This partnership led to the launch in 2001 of the EI/WHO/EDC Teachers Training Programme on HIV/AIDS prevention in schools and later on, in 2006, of the EFAIDS Programme. The EFAIDS Programme ended in June 2011 but most of the EI affiliates who have been involved in the programme will continue organising themselves to fight against HIV and AIDS and related stigma and discrimination. To learn more about the EFAIDS Programme click here.


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