Overturned expenses decision to benefit othersAugust 29, 2019
Federation has successfully overturned a decision by the Department of Education that has led to members having certainty over their rights to access Transferred Officers Compensation when transferring under Section 51A.
Statewide solution to inequity involves raising the school staffing entitlementAugust 28, 2019
System failures are denying the necessary resources and staffing that schools need to realise the potential of rural students, says Federation Acting Deputy President Henry Rajendra.
ACARA masks truth about NAPLAN dataAugust 28, 2019
ACARA’s ‘nothing to see here’ approach to the NAPLAN 2019 data release and its mishandling of the NAPLAN online debacle has reinforced yet again the need for a comprehensive review of the entire NAPLAN testing regime.
Association Spotlight: Wellington Teachers AssociationAugust 27, 2019
Our association enjoys strong Federation membership and Wellington TA meetings are generally well attended, with most regular attendees being high-school staff.
Share your ideas for a better work lifeAugust 26, 2019
Federation is not only an industrial union for all public education teachers and related employees in NSW, we are also the professional body for those teachers, educators and education-related professionals.
Your workplaceAugust 23, 2019
Federation’s support and guidance to resolve a workplace issue inspired Sharree Gardner to ensure colleagues would not find themselves without the valuable assistance of their union.
Paper PlaneAugust 21, 2019
Report-writing time is not when you want printers to break down, photocopiers to jam or students to breathe too loudly in class. Writing reports puts teachers on edge and makes their tolerance for everyday annoyances extremely low.
Members unite over unjust wages transitionAugust 21, 2019
NSW Education Minister Sarah Mitchell and her government colleagues from around the state have been hearing from Federation members that teachers want an immediate resolution to the standards-based pay inequalities for teachers in public schools, created by the NSW Government’s public sector wages policy.