Accreditation FAQsMarch 14, 2022
I am due/overdue to complete my Proficient Teacher accreditation/maintenance of accreditation requirements. Is an extension available?
To say this has been a challenging term would be an incredible understatementMarch 07, 2022
Our greatest remedy remains the support we find in our collective, looking after one another in the face of a government that is totally out of touch with our schools and TAFE colleges
Teacher shortage crisis: the denial, spin and cover-up must end. It’s time for the Government to actFebruary 27, 2022
Reports in today’s Sunday Telegraph reveal the impact the teacher shortage is having on students across the State.
Prairiewood HS teachers walk out after Education Minister walks inFebruary 25, 2022
Teachers at Prairiewood High School in Western Sydney demonstrated their disgust with the NSW Government’s refusal to act on unsustainable workloads and uncompetitive salaries during a visit by the Education Minister Sarah Mitchell today.
Federal Education Report confirms uncompetitive salaries equals teacher shortagesFebruary 24, 2022
The NSW Teachers Federation has welcomed the release of the Federal Government’s Quality Initial Teacher Education (QITE) Review, which has identified higher wages and less red tape as the keys to attracting more people to the teaching profession.
Library bookends a centuryFebruary 22, 2022
It was fitting to come dressed for the occasion. To mark 100 years of Federation’s Library, immediate past General Secretary John Dixon donated his “Dash jacket” (or should that be “Dashing jacket”) to the Federation collection.
Core of Gonski is our nation’s futureFebruary 21, 2022
A decade on from Gonski, an architect of the reforms said the model can be refloated when political, business and industry leaders, the media and community understand the “hard-headed reason” behind the review – our national prosperity.
Government’s new suspension policy a significant risk to teachers and studentsFebruary 20, 2022
The NSW Teachers Federation has warned the Government’s new policy, which the Department of Education intends to roll out across the State, poses a significant risk to the health and safety of principals, teachers, support staff and students.
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