Project Officers share fervour for FederationMay 10, 2021
When you’re passionate about something, you want to announce it.
Put it in your diary: Federation broadcast for school members on 9 JuneMay 07, 2021
The improvements to teachers’ working conditions and salaries achieved in negotiations for the new schools award will be commensurate to our strength and determination on the ground, Federation president Angelo Gavrielatos said yesterday (5 May).
Farewell to a firebrandMay 01, 2021
It is somewhat fitting that Federation General Secretary John Dixon’s initiation as a fighting force in Federation ranks early in his teaching career was heralded by an almighty boom.
Warm up your vocal cords for a May Day song sessionApril 30, 2021
Release some feel-good chemicals and express your passion for workers’ rights by singing along to some great union songs this May Day.
Federation lends weight to oppose TAFE cutsApril 28, 2021
Member teachers at Wollongong and West Wollongong TAFE campuses have met to condemn proposed job losses at TAFE campuses across the state, calling the cuts “a sham”.
Binge on some of these movies for May DayApril 25, 2021
It might have been through your family, your friends or through your workplace that you were first introduced to the collective power of a union.
Global body puts climate in classroomApril 22, 2021
Education International, representing 32.5 million teachers and education support personnel worldwide, has launched a global campaign to ensure climate education becomes as fundamental as teaching reading and writing.
Category: Peace and Environment
NSW schools will need 11,000 teachers as enrolments soarApril 20, 2021
NSW must recruit 11,000 teachers just to meet the record number of public school enrolments predicted over the next decade, a new report has found.
Teachers must get higher priority in vaccine roll-outApril 16, 2021
Federation has continued to pursue the interests of members regarding the roll out of the Covid 19 vaccine since August last year. This has included representations to the Federal Health Minister, NSW Minister for Education and alongside our colleagues at Unions NSW and the ACTU and AEU nationally.
Reduce the admin burden with actions, not rhetoricApril 15, 2021
Changes to administrative tasks over the past three years have saved principals just 10 minutes a day and just four minutes a week for teachers.
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