Paper PlaneFebruary 18, 2019
Trading long lunches for photocopier queues, Netflix marathons for lesson-planning and sleep-ins for staff meetings is a rude shock to the system as we start back at school.
‘Education’ cartoonist Greg Gaul’s works to feature in exhibitionFebruary 11, 2019
Federation’s resident illustrator Greg Gaul has had a lifelong love of drawing and sketching and his works are set to feature in a retrospective exhibition at an inner Sydney gallery.
Campaign tour to secure fair funding for public schoolsFebruary 04, 2019
For the first time in Australian history the Federal Government has legislated that its primary commitment is to the non-government sector, Federation President Maurie Mulheron said today.
Response to the release of the Department’s Diversity & Inclusion Strategy 2018-2022December 18, 2018
On Monday 3 December 2018, ‘International Day of People with a Disability’, the Department of Education Secretary, Mark Scott emailed teachers to announce the release of the Diversity & Inclusion Strategy 2018-2022.
Serendipity forges deeper knowledge of union’s historyDecember 12, 2018
The union’s connection with one of Federation’s founders grew stronger earlier this week when four grandchildren of an early president came face-to-face with the union’s centenary banner, featuring his image.
Kogarah helped forge Anzac legendDecember 11, 2018
Former students of Kogarah High were involved in many of the well-known battles that helped to forge the Anzac character, said a teacher at the school, Glenn Hokin, as it marked 100 years since the end of World War I.
JPL more popular than everDecember 10, 2018
Members took advantage of the resources provided by the Journal of Professional Learning (JPL) and tuned into the JPL Podcast in 2018.
There’s nothing casual about teachingDecember 09, 2018
Communication with casual teachers, Compliance monitoring and reporting, Additional opportunities for temporary teachers in rural and remote areas and School staffing