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Why the Sudden Rush to Re-open Schools? / The Costly Case of the Customs Comptroller.

Why the Sudden Rush to Re-open Schools? / The Costly Case of the Customs Comptroller.

Update: 2021-03-29
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Episode 30 - Seemingly without warning the Ministry of Education has announced that schools will re-open for face to face learning on April 12. But is this really just a move by GOB to prepare for a battle with teachers over proposed salary cuts?

Plus,  four very expensive lawyers are fighting over who gets to be the next Comptroller of Customs.  Why would both parties spend so much for a promotion that results in a rather modest increase in salary?

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Why the Sudden Rush to Re-open Schools? / The Costly Case of the Customs Comptroller.

Why the Sudden Rush to Re-open Schools? / The Costly Case of the Customs Comptroller.

Brent Toombs