Valuing the teaching profession
Panel prepares to hear evidence for inquiryAugust 30, 2020
Amid the stress and restrictions of the global pandemic, Federation members have addressed the changing nature of their work across almost two decades to inform an independent inquiry into the value of teachers’ work.
Time is running out to put your thoughts on the profession into writingJune 30, 2020
How do you feel about the mounting expectations placed on you? Do your colleagues feel the same way about these additional responsibilities?
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.
Inquiry head makes plea to school teachers to tell their storiesMarch 31, 2020
Members of the profession are being asked to share the realities of their working lives for the inquiry investigating the value of teachers’ work.
Valuing the teaching profession — An independent inquiryMarch 04, 2020
Attention will be drawn to the extent and complexity of changes to the nature of members’ work when an independent inquiry investigates the value of the work of teachers and principals over the next 12 months.
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