Teachers’ voice to drive negotiationsSeptember 23, 2019
The collective voice of school members — who want enhancement of their profession’s status and support for their work — will be taken into upcoming Award and Staffing Agreement negotiations with the Department of Education.
Week of action gets tractionSeptember 21, 2019
We came, we saw … they responded. It could be the catchcry that sums up Federation’s week of action over pay inequity for pre-2016 teachers.
Falling GDP spend on education magnified in new OECD figuresSeptember 20, 2019
New figures released this month in a snapshot of education jurisdictions around the world underline the grim extent of the Morrison Government’s cuts to public school funding.
Department hoses down threat of asbestosSeptember 20, 2019
The Department of Education’s asbestos register lists 2185 schools as being contaminated with the hazardous building material, with 109 identified as having the worst category of the substance.
Your workplace contactsSeptember 19, 2019
Michelle Millard, Wauchope Public School
Association Spotlight: Moree Teachers AssociationSeptember 17, 2019
Our community Moree has a population of a little under 10,000 people. We have a transient population at times and our numbers change depending on the strength of the local agricultural industry of cotton and wheat.
Learning conditions should not be determined by a popularity contestSeptember 04, 2019
Public schools desperate for capital works funding have resorted to applying to a community grants program.
There’s nothing casual about teachingAugust 31, 2019
Casual Teachers’ Salaries