Member of Federation family receives national honourJune 11, 2019
Federation congratulates Life Member Sharan Burrow, this week honoured as a Companion of the Order of Australia.
Paper PlaneJune 06, 2019
I am just home from a full day of professional development at my school. We got to start later than usual and finish earlier than usual, and yet I am still feeling like I’ve been hit by a bus. Sitting in a chair listening to people speak all day can really take it out of you.
NSW Premier’s announcement of a new selective high school is an attack on comprehensive public schoolingJune 04, 2019
The NSW Teachers Federation has condemned the Premier’s decision to establish a new selective high school in southwest Sydney.
Meeting sought over significant underpayment issuesMay 31, 2019
The Department has agreed to meet with Federation over significant issues relating to the underpayment of a “large numbers of teachers”, after the union has been inundated with complaints.
Thousands of students to resit NAPLAN over online glitchesMay 23, 2019
This year’s botched round of NAPLAN testing proved the examination “really is a dud”, Federation President Maurie Mulheron has declared.
Off to Harvard: Public School principals win awardsMay 20, 2019
Congratulations to three public school principal’s granted scholarships at the Public Education Foundation’s Proudly Public Awards ceremony on 15 May held at Sydney Town Hall.
Public schools need $14 billion cut restored to close resource gapMay 13, 2019
When independent and Catholic schools are receiving more funding than public schools you know how unfair the system has become, Federation President Maurie Mulheron said today.
Billboards drive the message home for votersMay 07, 2019
Mobile billboards are cruising through several electorates in the lead-up to the federal election, to highlight to voters what is at stake for the nation’s children at the May 18 poll.