First steps towards addressing administrative workloadJune 26, 2018
Federation’s pursuit of concerns raised in the teachers’ workload survey is showing progress with the Department and Minister listening and responding to the issues raised by more than 18,000 members.
Education Council’s weak response to calls for NAPLAN reviewJune 23, 2018
Teachers sidelined in schools funding agendaJune 22, 2018
Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham is disrespecting the teaching profession by trying to impose a reform agenda without any consultation with teachers and without the fair funding needed for our schools, Australian Education Union (AEU) Federal President Correna Haythorpe said today.
NSW Government ‘efficiency dividend’ cuts will hurt schools and studentsJune 21, 2018
The NSW Teachers Federation is deeply concerned that the Berejiklian Government’s annual ‘efficiency dividend’ will hurt our schools and students as each year it rips hundreds of millions of dollars out of the Education Department’s budget.
Unity! Strength! Justice!June 18, 2018
A highlight of Federation’s centenary celebrations will be an exhibition honouring its proud 100-year history of support for teachers and their students, schools and communities.
PLAN2 data collection requirements cutJune 18, 2018
The Department of Education has responded positively to Federation’s call for a significant reduction in the workload associated with data collection for PLAN2 in the Early Action for Success (EAfS) schools.
School building program not compliantJune 15, 2018
Federation continues to receive concerning reports from members regarding school building projects in a number of locations across the state.
Join the countdown to our centenaryJune 15, 2018
June 18 marks the start of Federation’s 100-day countdown to the anniversary of its formation 100 years ago.