Rowdy chorus of commonsense requiredSeptember 05, 2019
It’s never been more important for people with commonsense to start using their voices at full bore, writer and social commentator Jane Caro said.
Support the student climate change movement on September 20August 22, 2019
Members are encouraged to attend a workplace meeting on 20 September — the day of the student-led Global Climate Strike — to consider a motion on climate change that will be sent to state and federal politicians.
NSW Government’s unjust wages transition motivates unified member responseAugust 12, 2019
Federation members are taking collective action to fight pay inequities inflicted upon their public school teacher colleagues by the NSW Coalition Government.
Wider focus for TAFE would better prepare students for their working livesJuly 16, 2019
New social policy is desperately needed for the vocational education and training sector says Centre for Future Work associate Pat Forward.
Union commits to real growth in salaries, improved working conditionsJuly 08, 2019
Results of the schools salary survey of members were reported to Annual Conference and the Federation will now embark on developing a log of claims in preparation for salaries negotiations to begin in term 4 with the Department of Education.
Push for available funds to improve teaching and learning conditionsJuly 07, 2019
Federation will campaign to ensure ongoing funding in the NSW public education system is best used to improve teaching and learning conditions, delegates affirmed at Annual Conference today.
Federation intervention wins individual salary adjustments for membersJuly 02, 2019
A Federation member who voiced her frustration over the Department of Education’s failure to progress her on the salary scale in a post to the union’s Facebook page is glad she took the advice contained in the General Secretary’s reply — to contact her union for assistance.
Member of Federation family receives national honourJune 11, 2019
Federation congratulates Life Member Sharan Burrow, this week honoured as a Companion of the Order of Australia.
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