Strong support for an investment in public school teachers in NSWOctober 05, 2021
A clear majority of people in NSW support higher wages and more preparation time for public school teachers, new polling shows.
Return to school - not without risks and challengesSeptember 30, 2021
The NSW Government’s decision to bring forward the staggered return to face-to-face teaching in the parts of the state under lockdown and subject to stay-at-home orders is not without risks and not without challenges.
ACTU launches campaign to restore job stability for allSeptember 29, 2021
Food, accommodation and other bills are major concerns for casuals, labour hire and contract workers.
A turbulent time for teachingSeptember 21, 2021
While teachers meet the demands of remote learning and preparing lesson packs during the lockdown, it's a safe bet most of them won't have to look after the alpacas as well.
Action on shortages back campaignSeptember 21, 2021
Teachers have shown solidarity with the More Than Thanks campaign by taking stop-work action since its launch last Thursday.
Members share positive reactions to #MoreThanThanks campaign on social mediaSeptember 20, 2021
The public education community took to social media last week, enthusiastic about the launch of the union’s More Than Thanks campaign.
It’s time for more than thanksSeptember 16, 2021
Thousands of teachers and principals across the state joined a special broadcast to launch Federation’s new wages and workload campaign, More Than Thanks, this morning.
NSW public school teachers and principals call for action to address teacher shortagesSeptember 16, 2021
Teachers and principals will launch a campaign today to address growing teacher shortages across NSW as new research shows the extent of the workforce crisis in the state’s schools.
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