NSW Government given a week to act on teacher shortage crisisJune 14, 2022
An extraordinary meeting of the NSW Teachers Federation Executive has today called on the NSW Government to immediately revise its wages policy and to urgently negotiate an outcome that will put an end to the teacher shortage crisis facing NSW schools.
Federation says paltry wage cap raise ‘adds insult to injury’June 06, 2022
NSW Teachers Federation has said the NSW Government’s announcement to lift the wages cap policy from 2.5 per cent to three per cent is “not good enough”.
Teachers Federation welcomes election of Albanese GovernmentMay 22, 2022
NSW Teachers Federation congratulates the Hon. Anthony Albanese MP and the ALP on winning government.
Federation welcomes Opposition’s pledge to ditch Government’s flawed student behaviour strategyApril 30, 2022
NSW Teachers Federation has welcomed NSW Labor’s commitment in today’s Daily Telegraph to scrap the Perrottet Government’s controversial new student behaviour strategy policy should they win the election next year.
Federation calls on Premier to honour his commitment that no teacher would fall behind on wagesApril 27, 2022
With inflation now running at 5.1 per cent, the NSW Teachers Federation today called on Premier Dominic Perrottet to honour his commitment that no public sector worker would fall behind on wages.
Teachers to go on strike on May 4April 26, 2022
NSW Teachers Federation State Executive has today made the unanimous decision to proceed with strike action on Wednesday May 4.
Teachers Federation welcomes opportunity for a change in governmentApril 10, 2022
NSW Teachers Federation has welcomed the announcement of the federal electionon May 21, with President Angelo Gavrielatos declaring: “The Morrison Government has got to go”.
New report exposes shocking $1.35 billion funding shortfall for NSW public schoolsMarch 25, 2022
On the eve of a Federal election, a new report reveals a massive $1.35 billion government funding shortfall for public schools, while private schools are being overfunded to the tune of $287 million.
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