Education department admits dodging protocols for Murwillumbah merger and confirms staff cutsSeptember 01, 2021
The planning for a mega-merger of four schools in Murwillumbah had side-stepped the NSW Government’s own protocols for consultation for such a project, documents reveal.
Bomaderry high teachers want urgent action on dilapidated buildingsMay 18, 2021
NSW Teachers Federation members at Bomaderry High School have stopped work over the failure of the NSW Government to address the problems associated with a number of old, leaking and dilapidated buildings at their school.
Report confirms failure of schools planningApril 12, 2021
A new report has found that the State Government has short-changed public schools in favour of private schools and election promises.
Vote of confidence in our schools not matched by government planningApril 09, 2021
The looming surge in enrolments over the next 20 years — a 200,000 increase by the Department’s own estimates — raises critical questions about where and how those extra students are going to be taught.
NSW Government fails to build enough schools and recruit sufficient teachersApril 08, 2021
The release of the Auditor-General’s Report into school infrastructure raises serious concerns about the lack of planning being undertaken by the NSW Government for the provision of public education.
10 years of neglect for Medowie communityMarch 26, 2021
It has been a decade since the NSW Liberal-National Government promised the Medowie community a public high school, despite the area struggling with over-capacity primary schools and the approval of more than 1000 new homes.
Teachers avert student bussing ‘nightmare’ in Sydney’s north-westJanuary 27, 2021
The NSW Teachers Federation remains concerned about inadequate buildings and infrastructure at Northbourne Public School and Marsden Park Public School in Sydney’s north-west.
Inadequate school facilities debacle sparks local angerDecember 11, 2020
Members at Marsden Park Public School will meet on the first day of term 1, 2021 to consider a campaign of political, community and industrial action if the teaching and learning needs of teachers and students in their area are not being met.
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