In the early 1950s, Aboriginal teachers Jim Stirling, Evelyn Webb and Vic Chapman endured the prejudice of the times while paving the way for Indigenous educators in the decades to come.
April 2018: Issue 2
Married women teachers faced dismissal under Depression laws; Federation House opens in Phillips Street in 1939; Class sizes an issue in the 1930s; Education journal produced by committee.
March 2018: Issue 1
The March edition revisits the birth of Federation in 1918, the competition to design its crest, teachers’ right to speak out publicly, letters to the Department from the era as well as reproductions of advertisements of the time.