Value of teachers work
Economy-wide benefits of wage increases outlined to inquirySeptember 08, 2020
The case against freezing teachers’ salaries was made on day 5 of hearings for the “Valuing the teaching profession — an independent inquiry”.
Public expectation puts teachers on mental health frontlineSeptember 04, 2020
The expectations parents and the wider community place on teachers has put them on the very frontline of managing an emerging youth mental health crisis that is expected to grow by up to 30 per cent over the next decade, the inquiry into the value of teaching has heard.
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.
Give teachers additional timeSeptember 03, 2020
Teachers need more time, former chair of the NSW Educational Standards Authority, Mr Tom Alegounarias told the “Valuing the teaching profession — an independent inquiry” on 2 September.
Teachers and principals deserve betterSeptember 01, 2020
The pace of change of the profession’s work over the past 15 years has been “dizzying” and “harrowing” Federation President Angelo Gavrielatos told the “Valuing the teaching profession — an independent inquiry” on the first day of hearings, 31 August.
Media release: Valuing the teaching profession - an independent inquiryAugust 31, 2020
The NSW Teachers Federation will make the case for change in the salaries and working conditions of teachers and principals on the first day of hearings of an independent inquiry in Sydney today.
Media release: Valuing the teaching profession – an independent inquiryAugust 28, 2020
Valuing the teaching profession – an independent inquiry will begin public hearings on Monday 31 August in Sydney and continue until Thursday 10 September.
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.
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