If you don't try, you never even have a chanceDecember 02, 2020
“We were all optimistic about getting real improvements in our salaries and everyone was on board and worked creatively together,”
Profession merits higher pay, job security and support: researchersSeptember 04, 2020
Teachers’ remuneration should reflect their work demands and the salaries of other professionals who have spent an equivalent time studying, a team of researchers who have been examining the work of NSW public school teachers told the “Valuing the teaching profession — an independent inquiry” on day four of hearings.
Salaries and the “Valuing the teaching profession — an independent inquiry”September 03, 2020
A major Federation campaign for 2020 concerns teacher salaries.
Crucial cases in play for pay risesAugust 30, 2020
Federation has lodged a bargaining dispute with the Fair Work Commission regarding TAFE NSW’s refusal to honour the agreement reached with Federation about pay increases for teachers and related employees.
Once again, an inquiry will draw attention to the value of teachers’ workJune 19, 2020
The last time a comprehensive independent inquiry into the value of teachers’ work was conducted was in 2002, to inform Federation’s case in the NSW Industrial Relations Commission in 2003.
Collective voices from the field will speak volumes to inquirersJune 15, 2020
Federation Representatives who have already made their school submission to the Valuing the Teaching Profession inquiry are encouraging other workplaces to do likewise.
Schools give their voice to teaching inquiryJune 11, 2020
Submissions are flowing in from schools across the state to the Valuing the Teaching Profession — an independent inquiry, emphasising the extent and complexity of changes to teachers’ work.
Teaching is more complex, but not matched by payJune 02, 2020
An overwhelming majority of Federation members believe teaching is more challenging and complex than ever before and that pay rates should better reflect the changed nature of their work, a new Federation survey has revealed.
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