国语高清videossexotvPupils will not be expected to learn from home tomorrow, the Commissioner of Education said.
Kalmar Richards said that April 24 was normally set aside for pupils in the Bermuda Agricultural Show.
She added in a letter to parents:...
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Diallo Rabain explained...
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国语高清videossexotvChildcare services for essential workers are to be expanded.
Diallo Rabain, the Minister of Education, said the service,...
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Public schools will be reopened only when health officials give the go-ahead, the education ministry has said.
- Apr 6, 2020 8:00 am
The head of the island’s teachers union has slammed a decision to dock the wages of teachers who took industrial action in...
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