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Starting Salary For USVI Teachers Climbs to $50,000 Beginning in September, Governor Bryan Has Announced

Ernice Gilbert | January 27, 2023

The starting pay for all teachers in the U.S. Virgin Islands will be $50,000 beginning in September of this year, Governor Albert Bryan announced Thursday evening. Speaking during an interview with the Consortium at Gov't House, the governor spoke about the importance of education, stating that it is the only way to prepare the next generation of leaders. "I am one person who definitely believes in education.... I'm going to say [education] is the only way," he said. "And that's where we've got to start broadening our minds." Mr. Bryan spoke of skills that were taught to him by his parents — from upholstery to mechanic work, and even changing the stereo of a vehicle — that he said prepared him for the work environment. "I think as a community we have to recognize that these kids, they are not little dollies, they are young adults that we…

UVI School of Education Programs Achieve New National…

Staff Consortium | January 23, 2023

The University of the Virgin Islands School of Education announced Monday that it has been awarded full…

Vivid Streaming's 'Higher Level High School Radio…

Staff Consortium | January 20, 2023

The V.I. Dept. of Education announced Thursday that it has partnered with Internet radio platform ViVid…

UVI Set to Offer Education Program in Sint Eustatius…

Staff Consortium | January 17, 2023

The University of the Virgin Islands announced Tuesday that it has signed a memorandum of understanding…

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