Flood relief available for teachers, studentsMay 26, 2022
Financial support is now available to teachers in flood-hit areas after Federation’s representations to the Department of Education for emergency aid. After the decision of March Council, Federation pursued with the Department the provision of ex-gratia payments to compensate teachers for losses resulting from the floods.
Summit heralds Public Education DayMay 26, 2022
A special summit is being held in Melbourne today to mark Public Education Day, with a commitment to steer the incoming Labor Government’s education agenda in its first 100 days in office.
Government plan to end crisis hasn’t hired one new teacherMay 12, 2022
A recent poll of Federation members makes clear the impact a lack of casual teachers is having on the crisis facing NSW public schools.
Teachers send a loud and clear message to PremierMay 04, 2022
More than 15,000 members descended on NSW Parliament in Sydney on 4 May to send a loud and clear message to the Premier and his Government: Enough is enough!
Teachers to go on strike in Sydney on May 4May 03, 2022
NSW Teachers Federation members will proceed with strike action in Sydney’s Macquarie Street on Wednesday May 4.
Federation welcomes Opposition’s pledge to ditch Government’s flawed student behaviour strategyApril 30, 2022
NSW Teachers Federation has welcomed NSW Labor’s commitment in today’s Daily Telegraph to scrap the Perrottet Government’s controversial new student behaviour strategy policy should they win the election next year.
Coalition’s $10bn in sweeteners for private schools while public schools remain underfunded.April 28, 2022
The Coalition Government has shelled out more than $10 billion in special deals to private schools during its time in office while 99 per cent of public schools have gone underfunded, a new report has revealed.
Federation calls on Premier to honour his commitment that no teacher would fall behind on wagesApril 27, 2022
With inflation now running at 5.1 per cent, the NSW Teachers Federation today called on Premier Dominic Perrottet to honour his commitment that no public sector worker would fall behind on wages.
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