When will the Federal Government learn?July 08, 2018
The Federal Government had failed to learn the lessons of the NSW experiment, which introduced learning progressions and an online assessment tool into schools that were blamed for creating excessive teacher workload, President of the Australian Education Union Correna Haythorpe told Federation’s Annual Conference.
School teachers in classrooms – not corporations – best assessors of students, says PresidentJuly 08, 2018
Education was the last bastion of society to hold out against commercialisation and privatisation, but it is under threat, Federation President Maurie Mulheron told Annual Conference.
Teachers’ dedication to the NSW Teachers Federation recognised with Life MembershipJuly 08, 2018
NSW Teachers Federation’s 100th Annual Conference has bestowed Life Membership on 14 public education teachers for their campaigning efforts on behalf of Federation.
NSW Teachers Federation Trainee Teacher Scholarships — an investment in building the professionJuly 08, 2018
Today $60,000 in Trainee Teacher Scholarships have been awarded at the NSW Teachers Federation’s centennial Annual Conference.
Federation’s centennial Annual Conference begins todayJuly 08, 2018
Several hundred public school teachers from around the state will spend three days of their winter break discussing issues affecting the profession at the NSW Teachers Federation’s largest decision making forum, Annual Conference.
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