What’s planned for the Fair Funding Now! campaign in early 2019. We’ve had a win for small schools. Tax news for casual teachers. Recommendations for improving educational outcomes for students of refugee backgrounds.
Symposium plans joint efforts to improve opportunities of students with disabilityNovember 20, 2018
Plans are afoot to establish an alliance of Federation, professional and community groups to advocate for improved educational opportunities for students with disabilities, a result of Federation’s Equity Matters Disability Symposium at the weekend.
Strategies to support students with autism K-6November 21, 2018
Teachers left a Centre for Professional Learning course earlier this week armed with strategies and resources to help them support students with autism in their K-6 classrooms.
Tax issues for casual teachersNovember 27, 2018
Federation has received a number of enquiries from casual teachers concerning discrepancies in the tax they have paid since the introduction of the SAP HR payroll system.
Win for small schoolsNovember 28, 2018
Federation’s ongoing campaign for improved support of teaching and learning in small schools won significant ground as revealed in a meeting with the Department last week.
Fair Funding Now! campaign to hit the roadDecember 07, 2018
In early 2019, the Fair Funding Now! campaign will embark on a national van tour aimed at highlighting the differences between the major parties when it comes to schools funding.
TAFE teachers deliver quality despite cutsDecember 07, 2018
TAFE NSW teachers continue to deliver high-quality vocational education despite a loss of $239.6 million compared with a loss of $51.3 million in 2017.
Union seeks member input for submission to national inquiryDecember 08, 2018
Sexual harassment and gendered violence is under-reported, especially in schools. Everyone should be able to go to work in a safe environment, free of harassment and violence, and to achieve this we need to expose what is happening in workplaces so our lawmakers get the full picture.
Winners of centenary art competitions announcedDecember 08, 2018
The centenary of Federation was honoured in a variety of ways throughout 2018; beginning with a shiny new logo in January and ending with the launch of an important research paper at December Council that examines working with students of refugee backgrounds in NSW public schools.
There’s nothing casual about teachingDecember 09, 2018
Communication with casual teachers, Compliance monitoring and reporting, Additional opportunities for temporary teachers in rural and remote areas and School staffing
JPL more popular than everDecember 10, 2018
Members took advantage of the resources provided by the Journal of Professional Learning (JPL) and tuned into the JPL Podcast in 2018.
Federation: a proud history, a confident futureDecember 10, 2018
As we end our 100th anniversary year, we can look back proud of our union’s achievements over the decades.
Sam Lewis Peace Prize goes to Mt Colah studentDecember 10, 2018
The Sam Lewis Peace Prize competition has been decided for 2018 after receiving more than 150 entries from a wide range of students from Kindergarten to TAFE.
Study reveals experiences of students from refugee backgroundsDecember 11, 2018
Recommendations for better navigating refugee education, improving educational outcomes for students of refugee backgrounds and enhanced participation of these students and their families in school communities are included in a new report, launched at Federation’s December Council.
Book ReviewsDecember 17, 2018
Bad Girls Throughout History, Fight Like a Girl and Yassmin’s Story
NSW Teachers Federation CentenaryMarch 05, 2018
Throughout the centenary year, Education will feature a series of four-page souvenir sections that retrace 100 years of the union and its place in history.
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- Special Education
- Future Teachers
- Small schools
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