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Academic Staff Association


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UMASA Supports MUT On Proposed Education Act


The University of Malta Academic Staff Association (UMASA) has serious concerns about recent developments in the the proposed Education Act. 
 
In particular, the proposals that teachers' warrants will no longer be permanent, and the lack of clear parameters on the granting of warrants, are unacceptable. Meaningful Consultation requires that the opinions of stakeholders are taken on board not simply brushed aside.
 
UMASA expresses its full solidarity with the Malta Union of Teachers (MUT), as well as the Faculty of Education at the University of Malta, on this matter.

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In order to ensure that there is a greater facility in the contact between UMASA council members and the members of academic staff across the University UMASA co-opts a number of its members to serve as ‘contact points’. Given the diversity of needs that are found across the university the contact points are chosen to represent the diversity, disciplinary and otherwise, of UMASA’s membership. Feel free to get in touch with your Faculty Contact Points if there are any issues or queries you would like to bring to the attention of UMASA.

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