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Unfair attitude at Gozo Girls / Middle School

October 14, 2015 at 3:55 pm

Unfair attitude at Gozo Girls / Middle School

The MUT wrote to the DGs after a number MUT members working at the Gozo Girls / Middle School have been in contact many times over an attitude of belligerence and an extreme lack of flexibility taken by the Head of School. The Union mentioned several such instances and stated that the morale of educators […]

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Archbishop asks for review of issues

October 14, 2015 at 3:50 pm

Archbishop asks for review of issues

The Archbishop’s Delegate at the Secretariat for Catholic Education wrote to inform the MUT that the Archbishop has taken up the concerns raised by the Union in relation to recruitment. The Archbishop has mandated a review with the said concerns with the respective schools. The outcome of this review will be communicated to the Union […]

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National forum on the Maltese language by Ministry

October 14, 2015 at 3:30 pm

National forum on the Maltese language by Ministry

A national public forum organised by the Ministry for Education and Employment on the Maltese language will be held on 7th November between 8.30am and 1.30pm. The forum, to take place at the Excelsior Hotel in Floriana, will determine what the next step will be for both the council and for the Maltese Language Act. […]

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MUT – First reactions to budget

October 13, 2015 at 5:02 pm

MUT – First reactions to budget

As its initial reaction to the budget speech, the Malta Union of Teachers stated that it is disappointed that urgent needs of educators in schools are once again not mentioned. The MUT was expecting that these concerns, which also emerged in recent studies conducted by both the Union and the Government, would be a priority […]

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CEDEFOP on Malta: Qualifying for success

October 12, 2015 at 10:18 am

CEDEFOP on Malta: Qualifying for success

CEDEFOP has just published a report on Malta’s performance and forecasts on job growth and the labour market, which it states is challenged by educational attainment. It stated that the outlook for Malta’s labour market over the next decade is reasonably good, but skills need to improve to sustain it. Read the full report here.

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New Collective Agreement for St Martin’s College

October 9, 2015 at 3:55 pm

New Collective Agreement for St Martin’s College

Yesterday the MUT and St Martin’s College signed a new Collective Agreement. The agreement, which has negotiated during the past months, was approved by members at the College during a meeting held at the start of the scholastic year. It consolidates the previous agreement with the College whilst improving salaries and allowances of teachers. The […]

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