Teachers to strike over workload, salaries, and shortagesNovember 27, 2021
NSW public school teachers and principals will strike on Tuesday December 7 over the Government’s failure to address unsustainable workloads and uncompetitive salaries which are contributing to growing shortages of teachers.
Registered Nurse Must Be Maintained At Special Education School In St IvesOctober 22, 2021
The NSW Teachers Federation demands the retention of a Registered Nurse (RN) position at Sir Eric Woodward School for Special Purposes at St Ives.
Education Minister Reveals Extent Of Staff Cuts At Murwillumbah Mega SchoolOctober 21, 2021
The proposed merger of four schools in Murwillumbah will result in the loss of at least 19 teaching positions according to Education Minister Sarah Mitchell, the first time she has revealed the extent of staff cuts associated with the project.
Norfolk Island Teachers Stop Work Over School CrisisOctober 20, 2021
Teachers at the Norfolk Island Central School have stopped work over the failure of the Commonwealth Government to provide certainty over the provision of education on Norfolk Island for 2022.
Staffing Crisis Sparks Walkout At Hunter SchoolsOctober 19, 2021
Teachers Federation members at two Hunter schools walked off the job over a number of issues, including the impact the state-wide shortage of teachers is having on all NSW public schools.
Staffing crisis sparks walkout at schools across NSWOctober 18, 2021
Teachers Federation members at several school across the state took action last week, walking off the job over a number of issues, including the impact the state-wide shortage of teachers is having on all NSW public schools.
NSW Government has no plan to recruit the teachers NSW needsOctober 15, 2021
The NSW Government has responded to warnings the state could run out of teachers within five years by issuing a glossy brochure that recycles failed initiatives and ignores its own Department’s advice that uncompetitive wages are turning smart young people off teaching.
Report reveals urgent need to recruit additional teachers as enrolments soarOctober 11, 2021
The predicted leap in student enrolments in the next 15 years has put NSW in “a race” to guarantee the education of a whole generation of children in west and south-western Sydney, new research has found.
- Media Releases
- Women in Education
- Professional Learning
- Aboriginal Education
- Multicultural Education
- Special Education
- Future Teachers
- Small schools
- Special Interest Groups
- Peace and Environment
- Corrective Services
- Careers Advisers
- The President writes
- Ask Federation