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Disciplinary charges against 6 Tranquility teachers dropped
Meredith Rose died before she could be cleared of disciplinary charges referred by the Ministry of Education, to the Teaching Service Commission.
Mr Rose and five other teachers were facing action related to their refusal to work in what TTUTA says were unsafe conditions at the Tranquility Secondary School.
There were electrical issues, which according TTUTA President Lynsley Doodhai have still not been fully addressed.
Those charges have now been dropped, and Mr Doodhai is demanding that increments owed to them, are paid in full.
Audio: Doodhai Increments 20 03 17
Mr Doodhai says the charges haunted the teachers for the last six years, disrupting their personal and professional lives.
Audio: Doodhai Disrupted 20 03 17
Mr Doodhai is now warning the Education Ministry to think before proceeding with the filing of disciplinary charges against teachers of the Ste Madeline Secondary School.
The Ministry said teachers there would be referred to the TSC after their participation in a recent protest, however to date, no letters have been received by any teacher.
Attempts to contact the Education Minister for a comment have been unsuccessful.
March 20th, 2017