Our commitment to job securityAugust 15, 2022
Ahead of the state election, Federation will seek commitments from all major political parties to increase permanent teacher employment, as part of its ongoing campaign to stop the excessive use of temporary engagements.
Tips about bookingsAugust 12, 2022
In the volatile context of the current teacher shortage, casual teachers are in high demand. But they are also more likely to experience changes in their bookings as schools struggle to manage daily absences and changes to whole school organisation.
Response to media reports on Government's re-announced teacher policyAugust 12, 2022
“We have a crisis in New South Wales -a teacher shortage crisis that has hundreds upon hundreds of classes merged, split or sitting in playgrounds under minimal supervision. As a result, thousands upon thousands of students are having their learning disrupted every day.
You’re called to a meeting: FAQsAugust 11, 2022
What are my rights when I am called to a meeting?
Facta Non VerbaAugust 09, 2022
Indulge me for a moment as I meander down memory lane. My life-long commitment to social justice and the transformative power of public education was forged in the classrooms of Punchbowl Boys High School where a bunch of inspiring teachers taught me many decades ago.
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”.
Opposition to the chaplaincy program to step upJuly 06, 2022
The campaign to demand that money allocated to the School Chaplaincy Program be re-directed to funding the employment of school counsellors with teaching qualifications and experience will be reinvigorated.
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