Fair Funding Now
Election: funding breakthroughMarch 11, 2019
Federation helped gain a significant step towards fair funding of public schools after an announcement over the weekend that a Labor state government would fully fund the public system.
Union connects with new teachers in the outbackMarch 06, 2019
New Federation members are praising the one-day Beginning Teachers Conference they attended in Broken Hill at the weekend.
Our students cannot wait any longerFebruary 28, 2019
A NSW public school student starting kindergarten this year will reach year 12 having spent their whole school life in a deliberately under-resourced sector, unless the $14 billion funding cuts introduced by the federal Liberal-National government are reversed.
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.
Federation: a proud history, a confident futureDecember 10, 2018
As we end our 100th anniversary year, we can look back proud of our union’s achievements over the decades.
Fair Funding Now! campaign to hit the roadDecember 07, 2018
In early 2019, the Fair Funding Now! campaign will embark on a national van tour aimed at highlighting the differences between the major parties when it comes to schools funding.
New report shows 85% of private schools getting more public funding than public schoolsNovember 22, 2018
A new report revealing that 85 percent of private schools around Australia in 2016 received more public funding funding than public schools is yet more evidence of the deep inequalities in school funding in Australia.
Australia: silver medallists when it comes to creating disadvantageNovember 15, 2018
The recent media commentary about private schools and discrimination may have opened up an important debate that, as a nation, is long overdue. And it will need to be much broader than the personal rights of LGBTIQ students and teachers, important though they are.