Funding for public schools must come firstMarch 07, 2019
The State Government should be prioritising the construction of public schools, Federation President Maurie Mulheron said today, in response to the Berejiklian Government’s promise of an extra $0.5 billion for the Catholic and independent systems.
Teachers to have say on designSeptember 24, 2018
The unregulated approach to school infrastructure projects is to come to a halt.
Election opportunity for salary justiceSeptember 21, 2018
The NSW election next March provides an opportunity to highlight the need for pay justice, school infrastructure spending and additional permanent positions from equity funds.
Call to retain public school landSeptember 20, 2018
The NSW Government recently announced the construction of a new primary school and high school on the Meadowbank TAFE site to “cater for the community’s growing number of families”.
Quality school infrastructure — an issue for state and federal governmentsJuly 12, 2018
Federation rejects the unilateral imposition of open-space learning on new and existing schools.
Salaries and funding among campaign issues for NSW state electionJuly 11, 2018
Federation will campaign for a significant breakthrough in teacher salaries in the next award — without trade-offs — Federation’s Annual Conference determined.
School building program not compliantJune 15, 2018
Federation continues to receive concerning reports from members regarding school building projects in a number of locations across the state.
Staff reject open-space learningJune 14, 2018
While teachers and the community of Arthur Phillip High School welcome the much overdue infrastructure investment, the Department has refused to address numerous issues raised from within the workplace.