NSW Government has no plan to recruit the teachers NSW needsOctober 15, 2021
The NSW Government has responded to warnings the state could run out of teachers within five years by issuing a glossy brochure that recycles failed initiatives and ignores its own Department’s advice that uncompetitive wages are turning smart young people off teaching.
State in “race” to find teachers to meet enrolment crunchOctober 12, 2021
The forecast leap in student enrolments in the next 15 years has put NSW in “a race” to guarantee the education of a whole generation of children in west and south-western Sydney, new research for Federation has found.
Government denies permanent work to long-term TAFE teachersSeptember 30, 2021
Long-awaited changes to casual employment laws should have been a game-changer for thousands of long-term, part-time casual TAFE teachers, but they were stunningly snubbed by a NSW Government decision this week.
Action on shortages back campaignSeptember 21, 2021
Teachers have shown solidarity with the More Than Thanks campaign by taking stop-work action since its launch last Thursday.
NSW public school teachers and principals call for action to address teacher shortagesSeptember 16, 2021
Teachers and principals will launch a campaign today to address growing teacher shortages across NSW as new research shows the extent of the workforce crisis in the state’s schools.
Staffing crisis sparks walkout at Bowraville Central SchoolSeptember 14, 2021
Teachers Federation members at Bowraville Central School have walked off the job over the impact the state-wide shortage of teachers is having on their school.
Teacher Shortage Hitting Schools Across Sydney And Regional NSWSeptember 13, 2021
Classes are being combined and students given only minimal supervision on hundreds of occasions in city and country schools in NSW due to growing teacher shortages, new figures provided to Parliament show.
Support for casual members during pandemic restrictionsAugust 26, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting all of us, but, in many ways, it is those in precarious employment who are the most affected.
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