NIPA board dismisses Culinary and Arts Instructor. Nepotism, Conflict of Interest continues.

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Nepotism, Conflict of Interest continues.

PHILIPSBURG:— Students of NIPA many of whom are contemplating to discontinue their studies at the institution says that another young and talented professional has been dismissed on Friday.
The students identified the teacher as the only female in the Culinary and Arts department, they said Ms. Renata De Weever, is the backbone of NIPA that she has been working at NIPA since 2014, over the years the students said Ms. De Weever did everything possible to give the school good exposure, she is known as a caring teacher that would embrace her students while promoting the school in the interest of her country and students that longed for a second chance. The students that contacted SMN News said that Ms. De Weever was notified on Friday that her contract with NIPA will not be renewed because of a lack of work. However, the students are very concerned about the board’s decision to renew the contract of another employee that is related the Minister of EYS for a period of three years.
The students said nepotism is plaguing NIPA and that they are thinking twice as to whether or not they should continue their studies at the institution.
Over the past months SMN News have been reporting the outcry from students that attends NIPA each time they are told one of their teachers are being dismissed.

Source: St. Martin News Network
NIPA board dismisses Culinary and Arts Instructor. Nepotism, Conflict of Interest continues.

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