Staggered return to ‘normal’April 14, 2020
The return to school after health restrictions begin to lift should be managed in stages, starting with kindergarten and year 12, Federation President Angelo Gavrielatos has proposed.
New York City Reports 50 Educators Lost To CoronavirusApril 14, 2020
The New York City Department of Education has reported at least 50 employees have died in recent weeks due to suspected or confirmed cases of the coronavirus, according to education blog Chalkbeat.
Hope for beyond the health crisisApril 12, 2020
Federation is already working on how it will respond to the political and economic challenges that will face public education, teachers and students in the post-pandemic period.
Storytime with Mr SkeneApril 11, 2020
Amid the uncertainty and change pervading daily life is a joyous little corner of the internet where stories are told and young minds are being nurtured.
Australia among world’s top nations for teacher admin load and stressApril 10, 2020
More than half of Australian secondary teachers report high levels of administrative work, which takes time away from preparing for classes and is a major source of stress, an international survey has found.
SSP and IEC teachers addressing additional complications to provide remote learningApril 09, 2020
Teachers in Schools for Special Purposes and Intensive English Centres are working with a unique set of challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic as they strive to provide educational continuity for students with special needs and English as an additional language or dialect requirements.
Category: Special Education
Benin: Backdoor privatisation of education under COVID-19April 08, 2020
Although the Beninese public authorities have declared the closure of the country’s schools, pupils and teachers must nevertheless resume classes on 14 April.
Governments must improve COVID-19 communications to CALD communitiesApril 08, 2020
Federation has joined with several community groups appealing for governments to effectively report COVID-19 directives to people with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.
Category: Multicultural Education
Governments try to dishonour their obligations during pandemicApril 07, 2020
In large parts of the world, teachers and education support personnel are not being paid salaries and receiving benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic, reports Education International.
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.
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