Union commits to real growth in salaries, improved working conditionsJuly 08, 2019
Results of the schools salary survey of members were reported to Annual Conference and the Federation will now embark on developing a log of claims in preparation for salaries negotiations to begin in term 4 with the Department of Education.
Push for available funds to improve teaching and learning conditionsJuly 07, 2019
Federation will campaign to ensure ongoing funding in the NSW public education system is best used to improve teaching and learning conditions, delegates affirmed at Annual Conference today.
Tributes celebrate influential contributions to unionJuly 07, 2019
The work of Lee Rhiannon and Dr Les Perelman in support of Federation priorities has been recognised with Champion of Public Education accolades.
Recurrent and capital funding key to essential resourcing and staffing levelsJuly 07, 2019
There are just not enough people employed in the NSW public education system, Federation President Maurie Mulheron declared at Annual Conference today.
Why it pays to belong: back at work, thanks to FederationJuly 03, 2019
A teacher has praised the union for the “extensive professional support” afforded to them on their road back to full-time teaching after a protracted recovery from a work-related injury.
Federation intervention wins individual salary adjustments for membersJuly 02, 2019
A Federation member who voiced her frustration over the Department of Education’s failure to progress her on the salary scale in a post to the union’s Facebook page is glad she took the advice contained in the General Secretary’s reply — to contact her union for assistance.
Salary rise for prac teacher supervisorsJuly 01, 2019
Teachers supervising student teachers in NSW public schools will receive incremental daily rate increases of 13.3 per cent over the next three years.
NAPLAN must goJune 28, 2019
The announcement by the NSW Minister of Education, Sarah Mitchell, that she will be calling on the Education Council to undertake a full review of NAPLAN, with a view to replacing it, will be welcomed by teachers and principals across Australia.