Call for inquiry into half-baked Scone saleApril 01, 2021
Federation has secured a promise from the NSW Labor Opposition to establish a parliamentary inquiry into the sale of TAFE campuses after the under-the-counter sell-off of the Scone college.
Edtech and COVID-19July 28, 2020
Almost as insidious as the disease itself, multinational corporations, international coalitions and education technology businesses have seized the opportunity of the COVID-19 disruption to extend their tentacles into public education systems.
Experts discuss crisis recoveryJuly 27, 2020
The requirement for remote, or online, learning during the COVID-19 pandemic exposed the public education system in Australia to opportunistic edtech companies that have been waiting in the wings.
Fighting the privatisation of educationJuly 10, 2020
Federation’s Centre for Professional Learning is jointly presenting an online forum featuring international experts discussing ways to further the fight against the privatisation of education systems.
Benin: Backdoor privatisation of education under COVID-19April 08, 2020
Although the Beninese public authorities have declared the closure of the country’s schools, pupils and teachers must nevertheless resume classes on 14 April.
Asia-Pacific: Education leaders highlight challenges around rights, climate, and privatisationMarch 10, 2020
The Education International Asia-Pacific Regional Committee meeting focused on union responses to threats to human and trade union rights, the impact of climate change, and growing privatisation in education.
Public outrage at bus privatisationApril 03, 2018
The privatisation of public services is an issue close to the hearts of public school teachers.
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