There's power in withdrawing your labourDecember 13, 2021
The Department of Education cannot ignore us when we are strong, says casual teacher and Federation Life Member Terry Moriarty.
United we bargain, divided we begSeptember 15, 2021
“We’d had enough,” said casual teacher member Denise Walker, reflecting on what motivated her and her Kiama colleagues back in 1988 to travel to Sydney to be part of a march down Macquarie Street and a rally in the Domain to reject the Greiner/Metherell government’s attack on public education.
Real-life stories help understandingJuly 08, 2021
“My largest kindy class was 34 and largest year 1 class was 36,” recalls Wheeler Heights Public School Fed Rep Trish McCombie. “It was in the early part of my career and it was challenging.”
Numbers count when it comes to actionApril 10, 2021
Union members’ ongoing commitment to Federation’s campaign for additional release from face-to-face teaching for infants and primary schools was rewarded in 1983.
If you don't try, you never even have a chanceDecember 02, 2020
“We were all optimistic about getting real improvements in our salaries and everyone was on board and worked creatively together,”
Action gave way to actionAugust 22, 2020
The findings of the Vinson Inquiry handed down in 2002 had far-reaching effects for NSW teachers.
‘See yourself as part of the big picture’February 25, 2020
The introduction of release from face-to-face teaching for infants/primary teachers in the late 1980s is a memorable moment for Paul Regan, because it changed his working conditions for the better.
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