TAFE is up to the taskApril 07, 2020
TAFE is part of the NSW Government’s strategy to rebound from the economic slump that has accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic — offering 21 fee-free, accredited, online TAFE short courses to reskill job seekers and workers.
Students should be at the centre of reporting: submissionApril 04, 2020
Academic growth and individual achievement should be the focus of reporting, Federation’s submission to the review of NAPLAN states.
Cleaners rewarded for extra elbow greaseApril 03, 2020
Their job is rated as more hazardous than those in the construction and mining industry*, so when it became evident the Coronavirus had reached our shores NSW’s school cleaners knew they were on the front line.
How schools are scrubbing upApril 03, 2020
With best-practice hygiene measures important during the Coronavirus pandemic, school cleaners at the very forefront of the battle against the spread of the virus in schools have secured significant guarantees from the NSW Government to maintain their vital work.
OECD: Technology divide exposedApril 02, 2020
The OECD is assessing the impact of technology on students and their learning outcomes as millions of schools close in more than 140 countries to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Join Palm Sunday online action for solidarity with refugeesApril 01, 2020
Spare a thought for refugees in detention where crowded conditions make it difficult to practise social distancing and reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19, says Federation Multicultural Officer/Organiser Mandy Wells.
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Lebanon: refugees and the COVID-19 pandemicApril 01, 2020
School closures in Lebanon have affected more than 1.3 million students at all levels affecting large numbers of refugees who are most at risk during the pandemic.
Inquiry head makes plea to school teachers to tell their storiesMarch 31, 2020
Members of the profession are being asked to share the realities of their working lives for the inquiry investigating the value of teachers’ work.
Somalia: Education union seeks guarantee of teachers’ salaries during COVID-19 school closuresMarch 31, 2020
While all schools in Somalia have been closed, the Somali National Union of Teachers is actively working to ensure that teachers, particularly those working in private educational settings, will continue to receive their salaries.
TAFE lessons halted; teachers to prepare for new delivery modesMarch 30, 2020
TAFE NSW has suspended training and educational delivery from Monday, 30 March, until the start of term 2 in response to the threat of coronavirus (COVID-19).
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