St. Albert the Great College Postpones Secondary School Opening

St. Albert the Great College announced on Saturday that it would postpone the opening of its middle school and would reopen its elementary school on Tuesday.

In a statement, the university said it had experienced setbacks in the past few weeks in preparation for the start of the academic year as data was withheld from university administrators despite the best efforts of the administration. .

Thanks to all of the collective effort, the principal and the new principal of the secondary school spent several hours finalizing this year’s timetable, with little preparation left.

In this regard, the University Administration, in collaboration with the Catholic Education Office and the Department of Quality Assurance (QAD) within the Ministry of Education, Postpone the opening of secondary schools to Wednesday, September 28.

of Elementary schools will welcome students on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 as scheduled.

Our students remain our number one priority as we renew our commitment to our obligations to each member of our community,” the university said.

Over the summer, the university was in the spotlight over the dismissal of its principal, Mario Maria. He said he was fired after calling for measures to improve the inclusiveness of students of different genders and beliefs.

On Friday, the Malta Teachers Union (MUT) said it had received a restraining order from the principal of St Albert the Great College, which “seeks to prevent the union from issuing additional directives”. St. Albert the Great College Postpones Secondary School Opening

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