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Trinidad: No online classes as teachers begin virtual black out protest against ‘disrespect’

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(Trinidad Guardian) All laptops, tablets and cell phones used to conduct online classes daily will today remain off and disconnected as thousands of pre-school, primary and secondary school teachers embark on a day of rest and reflection.

The Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) has declared September 30 and October 5 as two full black-out days and advised parents and students that no online classes will be conducted on today, nor will class material be posted for students to complete.

The TTUTA president has declared that if teachers decided to rest “then there is nothing that anybody can say.”

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