Early return disrespects teachersOctober 07, 2021
This morning’s announcement by Premier Dominic Perrottet shows once again this Government’s complete disrespect for the teaching profession and the work that they do.
Consult profession over back-to-school roadmap, President tells COVID inquiryAugust 12, 2021
Federation has condemned the Department of Education’s decision to hire a consultant from KPMG without any experience in school operations or public health to design a back-to-school plan for NSW in the place of consulting with teachers.
NSW Teachers Federation Statement On Year 12 AnnouncementAugust 06, 2021
On the issue of the Government’s revised announcement regarding the face-to-face return of year 12 students
NSW Teachers Federation and the Independent Education Union of Australia NSW/ACT on the face-to-face return of Year 12 studentsAugust 05, 2021
Government and non-government school teachers have today called for a delay in the face-to-face return of Year 12 students.
Premier on notice over HSC returnAugust 04, 2021
Federation has advised members that it will consider all options available to protect the health and safety of teachers, students and our school communities should the Premier fail to heed the evidence and proceed with the announced return to face-to-face teaching of year 12 on 16 August.
HSC return to school plan must reflect health adviceJuly 28, 2021
With Covid cases continuing to rise and trending in the wrong direction, today’s political announcement is clearly premature.
Staffing crisis leaves HSC English class without a qualified teacherJune 18, 2021
Teachers Federation members at Willyama High School in Broken Hill have walked off the job over the teacher shortage which has left a HSC English class without a qualified teacher.
Department rejects catch-up program for public HSC studentsAugust 29, 2020
Public school HSC students have been left at a disadvantage after the Department of Education refused to pay for extra face-to-face learning hours as “catch-up” lessons.
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