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).
NSW schools will need 11,000 teachers as enrolments soarApril 20, 2021
NSW must recruit 11,000 teachers just to meet the record number of public school enrolments predicted over the next decade, a new report has found.
New research shows thousands of additional teachers needed in NSWApril 20, 2021
NSW needs to recruit a minimum of 11,000 teachers by 2031 to meet record enrolment growth and the number rises to almost 14,000 if the student to teacher ratio is lowered to the national average, new research to be released today reveals.
Reduce the admin burden with actions, not rhetoricApril 15, 2021
Changes to administrative tasks over the past three years have saved principals just 10 minutes a day and just four minutes a week for teachers.
NSW Government fails to build enough schools and recruit sufficient teachersApril 08, 2021
The release of the Auditor-General’s Report into school infrastructure raises serious concerns about the lack of planning being undertaken by the NSW Government for the provision of public education.
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