The Archdiocese of Malta said Thursday that if St Albert the Great College is not in a position to function at the beginning of the 2022/23 academic year, the students and staff of St Albert the Great College within its educational structure will It said it has a contingency plan in place to respond.
The Archdiocese, through the Catholic Education Secretariat, has, for several weeks, been actively involved in discussions aimed at identifying ways in which all parties will be accepted following the Dominican decision. — owns and operates a university — We hope to remove the previous principal, but are disappointed that the matter has not been resolved a few days before the new term.
The Secretariat’s main objective is to bring about a positive outcome for the talks between the Dominican Congregation and the Malta Teachers’ Union, but it is responsible for drafting plans for alternative scenarios should talks break down.
A spokesperson for the Archdiocese said: Priority”.
The Archdiocese would like to express its gratitude to the educational authorities for their tireless efforts to bring this matter to a successful conclusion, as well as to the Catholic Educational Secretariat, the Council of Presbyterians of Religion and the Association of Church Schools. .
https://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2022-09-22/local-news/Archdiocese-preparing-contingency-plan-for-St-Albert-the-Great-College-6736246094 The Archdiocese prepares a contingency plan for St. Albert the Great College