Spectacular teachers big part of blockbusterDecember 04, 2019
It’s not just singing and dancing students that make for the wonderful vibe that spreads through the stadium during Schools Spectacular performances
Union Bill bustedNovember 29, 2019
Federation and the ACTU have welcomed the defeat of the Morrison Government’s union-busting Ensuring Integrity Bill in the Senate.
There’s nothing casual about teachingNovember 27, 2019
On my visits to schools, and through enquiries fielded by Officers, conversations with members are often the focus on the nature of temporary engagements.
Pressed for time? Consider these suggestionsNovember 24, 2019
Our desire for a balanced life — where we are able to enjoy work, personal interests, family, social and leisure activities — can be put out of kilter by our obligations.
Collective opposition to system-wide setting of school targetsNovember 22, 2019
Federation and principal bodies have presented a united front in response to the Department of Education’s imposition of further layers of target-setting, which will add to the workload of teachers in public schools.
Drought package bypasses government schoolsNovember 21, 2019
Public schools have again been neglected by the Morrison Government — this time in its drought package.
Education: connecting members for 100 yearsNovember 18, 2019
“The journal is essentially the teachers’ organ, written … in the interests of teachers, and its pages are open to all who wish to use them.” (1919 Annual Report)
Schools offer oasis to salve the sufferingNovember 17, 2019
Amid the heat, dust and despair, schools across drought-stricken NSW are serving as an “oasis” for their local communities.