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High Court Rules in Favor of Guyana Teachers Union

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Attorney General Anil Nandlall Friday said that the government would be filing an appeal against a High Court ruling that it acted “arbitrarily and illegally” when it stopped deducting the union dues from the salaries of teachers represented by the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU).

Attorney General Anil Nandlall, Justice Sandil Kissoon and GTU attorney Attorney Darren Wade

Students at University of Bahamas Making New Strides in AI Technology

The Prime Minister of The Bahamas and the University of The Bahamas (UB) are nurturing the next wave of AI specialists in the Caribbean by partnering with climate tech company Partanna Global and Saudi Arabia-based King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), to launch a new training program aimed at bridging the gap between academic excellence and empowering students to develop practical solutions to climate change challenges. The program, which commences Spring 2024, features a multi-step process that begins with a 10-day course at The University of The Bahamas, where 50 selected students will receive training from KAUST’s top faculty members. Upon completion of this phase, the top five performing students will travel to KAUST’s campus in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia and spend 8 weeks this summer receiving comprehensive hands-on training as well as preparatory online courses through Coursera, an online learning platform.

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