Racing NSW approached TAFE to buy Scone campusMarch 03, 2021
Racing NSW had offered to buy the Scone TAFE campus six months before it was even listed for sale, a NSW parliamentary hearing was told today.
More teacher walkouts over staffing issuesMarch 02, 2021
Teachers from Coomealla High School and Gol Gol Public School have today walked off the job protesting the reduction in staffing incentives and continued teacher shortages in rural and remote areas of the state.
Walgett teachers walk over staff crisisFebruary 25, 2021
Teachers at a school in Walgett in northern NSW have taken industrial action and walked off the job on Wednesday over drastic staff shortages.
Let’s beat One Nation’s bigoted BillFebruary 23, 2021
Submissions to One Nation’s Education Bill close this Sunday and Federation encourages members to make an online submission “via survey” before the opportunity is gone.
Gallop report release highlights teaching crisisFebruary 20, 2021
Escalating workloads, uncompetitive salaries and significant teacher shortages had combined to create a crisis in NSW public education, according to the findings of an eminent panel’s inquiry into the profession released today.
Crisis point - Gallop unveils findings of independent inquiryFebruary 17, 2021
The “scale and intensity” of change to teachers’ work since 2004 has outstripped any other era since 1970, at the same that the Department has withdrawn support and resources from the profession, the chair of the teaching inquiry told a schools summit in Sydney.
Penguin partners lead Mardi Gras messageFebruary 10, 2021
Who better to tip a bouquet of ice on a discriminatory policy against diversity than a pair of loved-up penguins?
Private school funding shows ‘neglect’ of public studentsFebruary 03, 2021
A new report has shown that federal funding for private schools continues to grow at a faster rate than for public schools.
Rebuilding: Bega and better!February 03, 2021
There was one group of students at Bega High School looking forward to returning to school after the holidays – to see how their special project is bearing fruit, or vegetables.
Vale John HennessyFebruary 01, 2021
Former Federation General Secretary John Hennessy – remembered as a champion of workers’ rights as a fundamental human right – died at home late last week.
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