The Caribbean Union of Teachers (CUT) unites teachers from all across the Caribbean to create a framework that enables them to work together in harmony as they push the education of the Caribbean area even further. In this section, we learn about what CUT entails and the fantastic works they are doing in the society. We also learn about their history and how they have been fairing on throughout the years. We look into some of their most significant achievements and their most trying moments. We analyze the challenges they face on a day to day basis as they try to help the kids get the quality of education they deserve.

CUT is only one of the many trade unions that are on the frontline of educational transformation in that area. There are about 20 more others in the Caribbean Islands that are closely affiliated and work hand in hand for the greater good. Some of the regions include Montserrat, Barbados, Bermuda, The Virgin Islands, Guyana, Guadeloupe, Trinidad & Tobago, Martinique, Belize, The Bahamas, and many more. They all have their respective trade unions which we refer to.

We also look at current news and upcoming major events such as the CUT games that bring together all these trade unions in one fantastic tournament. This is one of the many ways they celebrate their unity and mark significant milestones in their unions. A good example is the upcoming games which will take place in Bermuda as the union celebrates its 100th birthday.