Data spin and education cross-pollinisationApril 16, 2019
The need for teachers’ unions and the education research community to cross-pollinate is essential in an increasingly data-dense world if the best interests of public education are to be served, a summit held at Federation headquarters was told.
Change the rules, change the nationApril 14, 2019
A strong showing is needed at May Day Change the Rules rallies to indicate to politicians that inequity will be an important issue for voters at the federal election.
Student suspension and expulsion procedures need improvementApril 13, 2019
The Department is conducting a review of the suspension and expulsion procedures and the discipline policy but at this stage there are no terms of reference.
Funding choice is plain to seeApril 08, 2019
What is at stake for every public school across Australia in the upcoming federal election was represented in a powerful visual statement on the lawns of Parliament House on Budget day.
Teacher housing: battle of the bushApril 08, 2019
Accommodation has consistently been a problem for teachers in rural areas.
There’s nothing casual about teachingApril 06, 2019
Which temporary teachers are eligible to receive a year of Beginning Teacher Support Funding?
Vale Barry ManefieldApril 05, 2019
Former Federation President Barry Manefield was remembered for his ability to portray to the public a logical, caring and acceptable image of Federation's campaigns.
Religious education changes a step in right directionApril 05, 2019
Federation has successfully pursued a number of positive changes to Special Religious Education (SRE).