Intensive English Centres forumDecember 02, 2020
Future action for fortifying the longterm outlook for intensive English centres (IECs) was considered by more than 120 members during an in-person/ Zoom forum on 5 November.
Young People from Refugee and Migrant Backgrounds with DisabilitiesAugust 20, 2020
What are the main issues and concerns raised by young CALD people living with a disability?
Federation wins special considerations for IEC staff and studentsMay 18, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives, testing us like nothing ever before.
Racism is a virus - there's an antidoteMarch 05, 2020
As a union of educators, all Federation members have the responsibility to organise, oppose, act and educate against racism in all its forms.
Federation breaks staffing cap and secures additional EALD positionsDecember 18, 2019
Federation is proud to report that the arbitrary staffing cap, initially set in 1983, has been broken.
Power of the collective delivers IEC winNovember 28, 2019
Member action at the local level and Federation’s representations to the Department will see a new Intensive English Centre (IEC) established in the northern NSW town of Armidale from the commencement of the 2020 school year.
Multicultural mattersNovember 01, 2019
For many people facing violence and oppression in their homelands, fleeing to another country in search of refuge is their only hope for keeping themselves and their families alive.
Multicultural MattersSeptember 29, 2019
Federation members are demanding 200 extra qualified, full-time equivalent permanent English as an additional language or dialect (EAL/D) teachers in the 2020 staffing entitlement, to adequately match the needs of EAL/D students across the state.
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