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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 February 2015 04:36
The Antigua and Barbuda Union of Teachers welcomed new officers to its executive following recently held by-elections.
Last Updated on Thursday, 26 February 2015 04:35
Last Updated on Friday, 25 July 2014 19:54
In what can best be described as a sea of supporters, Teachers' Place came to life on Thursday, January 15, 2015 as the Antigua and Barbuda Union of Teachers called its members to what has been coined as an emergency meeting.The meeting was organized to examine issues related to the current conditions of the nation's school plants, health and safety concerns, security and as anticipated, the ongoing impasse between the Union?and?the Minister of Education.
Last Updated on Thursday, 29 January 2015 16:50
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
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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.