Concerns about People Matter surveyJune 15, 2018
Survey data from the People Matter employee survey in 2018 will be made available to the Department of Education for individual workplaces with a minimum of 10 respondents.
Staff reject open-space learningJune 14, 2018
While teachers and the community of Arthur Phillip High School welcome the much overdue infrastructure investment, the Department has refused to address numerous issues raised from within the workplace.
There's nothing casual about teachingJune 14, 2018
Long service leave (LSL) is available to casual teachers as a payout when the casual teacher ceases employment with the Department and in some circumstances it may also be taken as leave.
NSW Opposition commits to ethics optionJune 13, 2018
The NSW Labor Party has committed to reinstating the option for ethics classes on school enrolment forms.
Association Spotlight: Inner CityJune 13, 2018
This edition of Association Spotlight focuses on the Inner City Teachers Association.
Teachers commit to informing voters on school funding cutsJune 13, 2018
The Fair Funding Now! campaign has been launched in seven locations across four federal electorates in the state, attracting hundreds of teachers ready to drive the campaign forward into the next federal election.
From “Beach to Bush”June 12, 2018
A “beach to bush” change has proved a challenging but rewarding year for newly appointed principal at Pilliga Public School Seonid Stewart.
History Lesson: Teachers and free speechJune 12, 2018
The significance of the “Beatrice Taylor affair” can’t be overstated, not only for the future of Federation but also the concept of mass mobilisation, Federation leaderships’ later tactics, political affiliation freedoms for citizens, and the Communist abolition referendum and battle for control of the union in the 1950s.