Member awarded for Indigenous excellenceJune 05, 2021
“The power of education is immeasurable; it is what we do with this power that changes lives. This is why I do what I do,” said Federation member Kayla White, who has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education with the 2020 Arthur Hamilton Award.
Put it in your diary: Federation broadcast for school members on 9 JuneMay 07, 2021
The improvements to teachers’ working conditions and salaries achieved in negotiations for the new schools award will be commensurate to our strength and determination on the ground, Federation president Angelo Gavrielatos said yesterday (5 May).
TAFE negotiations and you: engagement imperativeNovember 08, 2019
TAFE member engagement in Federation’s bargaining campaign will strengthen the union’s power in protecting and improving your salaries and working conditions.
New Award talks to commence later this yearJune 17, 2019
Negotiations for a new award – the enforceable industrial document that sets out your salaries and conditions – will commence later this year.
Award for Aboriginal education beaconApril 04, 2019
“Bolted in” not “bolted on” is the catch cry at Briar Road Public School, which has received national recognition for its Aboriginal education programs by earning the coveted Arthur Hamilton Award from the Australian Education Union.
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