The Caribbean Union of Teachers marked 79 years of existence on Thursday 21st August. Established on August 21, 1935, the organization has developed into the finest examples of regional integration in the Caribbean. It has managed to harness the collective wisdom from a membership that extends from Bermuda in the north to Surinam in the south and Belize in the west. The CUT has been striving to create a united voice on teachers’ issues across the Caribbean. General Secretary, Dr. Virginia Albert-Poyotte in a brief message encouraged all member units to utilize the power of thier local media to bring greater attention to the work of the organization throughout the region.