Staffing crisis hits students with disability at Rosemeadow in Sydney’s south westMay 28, 2021
NSW Teachers Federation members at Rosemeadow’s Mary Brooksbank School are calling for immediate action from the NSW Government to ease the staffing crisis at their school.
Teachers at Wauchope High walk out over school staffing crisisMay 27, 2021
NSW Teachers Federation members at Wauchope High School walked off the job today over the NSW Government's failure to properly staff their school and other public schools in rural and remote parts of the state.
Teachers at Wingham and Port Macquarie walk out over school staffing crisisMay 19, 2021
NSW Teachers Federation members at Wingham Public School and Port Macquarie’s Westport Public School walked off the job today over the NSW Government's failure to properly staff their schools and other public schools in rural and remote parts of the state.
Staff At South Grafton High School Demand Five More Teachers As State-Wide Staffing Crisis WorsensMay 18, 2021
NSW Teachers Federation members at South Grafton High School have walked off the job over the staffing crisis at their school which has been unable to find replacement teachers to fill vacancies or to cover for colleagues on leave for more than a year.
NSW Government must address staffing crisis with more permanent teachersMay 17, 2021
A study of public-school employment trends which found a reliance on temporary teachers was making teaching a less attractive profession, must be addressed by the NSW Government.
Answers to teacher shortage lie in Gallop Inquiry recommendationsMay 14, 2021
If the Berejiklian Government cannot guarantee subject selection and public school teacher supply in the inner west of Sydney, how can they guarantee it in locations such as Broken Hill, Federation President Angelo Gavrielatos asked last night (13 May).
Members walk out over woeful staff planningMay 13, 2021
Classes taught by different teachers over several weeks, teachers forced to teach outside their subject area, teach combined classes or leave students under minimal supervision.
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).
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