Members share positive reactions to #MoreThanThanks campaign on social mediaSeptember 20, 2021
The public education community took to social media last week, enthusiastic about the launch of the union’s More Than Thanks campaign.
It’s time for more than thanksSeptember 16, 2021
Thousands of teachers and principals across the state joined a special broadcast to launch Federation’s new wages and workload campaign, More Than Thanks, this morning.
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.
COVID recovery: consult us, don't insult usSeptember 09, 2021
No one wants kids back in the classroom more than teachers – except for their parents, of course – and such a return must be undertaken when it is safe to do so and in full consultation with the profession.
Leaders see path out of teacher crisisSeptember 08, 2021
Teaching and education leaders presented a strong vision for an end to teacher shortages in NSW and a more equitable and stronger future for public education during a special broadcast to parents and families across the state last night.
Staffing crisis stop-work meetings reach 73August 19, 2021
The NSW Government’s failure to address the state-wide school staffing crisis continues into term 3 with teachers at Karabar High School becoming the 73rd to walk off the job this year.
Higher salaries will attract new teachers, not PR campaignsAugust 18, 2021
Today the Sydney Morning Herald has revealed details of the NSW Government’s submission to the Quality ITE Education Review.
Teachers at Karabar High School at Queanbeyan walk off the job over staffing crisisAugust 13, 2021
Teachers Federation members at Karabar High School at Queanbeyan have walked off the job over the negative impact the state-wide teacher shortage is having on their school.
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