Union calls for government to negotiate over wages and workloadSeptember 28, 2022
The NSW Teachers Federation today called for the Perrottet Government to abandon plans to deliver a real wage cut to all teachers in light of the premier’s latest idea to significantly lift the salary of top teachers.
Perrottet plan to put unqualified teachers in the classroomSeptember 27, 2022
The NSW Government is pressing ahead with a plan to put unqualified teachers in the classroom despite previously rejecting it as expensive, unworkable and at odds with the government’s focus on quality teaching.
NSW recruits two teachers in a year in response to statewide shortageSeptember 25, 2022
The NSW Government attempts to fix the teacher shortages and recruit the thousands of additional teachers the state needs are failing with new figures showing only two teachers have been recruited from interstate and overseas in a year.
Large increase in the number of early career teachers leaving schoolsSeptember 24, 2022
The number of permanent public school teachers leaving in the first five years of their career in NSW has jumped to a 13 year high as unsustainable workloads and uncompetitive salaries take their toll.
TAFE teachers vote YES to Protected Industrial ActionSeptember 09, 2022
NSW TAFE teachers now join a growing list of State Government workers outraged by the Perrottet Government’s state wages cap of an insulting 2.53%.
TAFE teachers reject Perrottet's salary capSeptember 01, 2022
At a time of a national skills crisis the Perrottet Government should be investing in TAFE and its teachers. As a result, TAFE teachers have rejected the NSW Government’s insulting 2.53 per cent salary cap in an Enterprise Agreement Ballot whose results were revealed today.
NSW Government is misleading parliament and parents over teacher shortagesAugust 04, 2022
Appearing before the NSW parliamentary “Inquiry into teacher shortages in New South Wales” the NSW Teachers Federation will put the spotlight on the NSW Government’s denial and attempted concealment of the severity of the teacher shortage crisis and its impact on students and teachers alike.
Minister’s decision to use university students to fill teacher shortage a ‘desperate act’July 22, 2022
The NSW Teachers Federation has called the Government’s decision to deploy university students into public school classrooms “a desperate act”.
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