Women in EducationApril 10, 2019
Workplace and Association role crucial for representation
Theatre ReviewApril 10, 2019
Theatre is so diverse, as demonstrated by the shows I have seen recently: a musical Spamalot, a satire How to Rule The World and Every Brilliant Thing, which is difficult to describe.
Multicultural mattersApril 09, 2019
EAL/D: What is it and why do we need qualified EAL/D specialist teachers?
Film reviewApril 09, 2019
Peterloo, En guerre, Everybody knows, Swimming with Men and Dumbo
Community concerns for Bega TAFEApril 09, 2019
Bega TAFE Federation members and the local community are still deeply concerned about plans to further build on the Bega Connected Learning Centre (CLC) site rather than the existing TAFE campus.
Funding choice is plain to seeApril 08, 2019
What is at stake for every public school across Australia in the upcoming federal election was represented in a powerful visual statement on the lawns of Parliament House on Budget day.
Association Spotlight: Wagga Wagga Teachers AssociationApril 08, 2019
Our meetings Attendance varies with workload and the pressure of work throughout the year. We generally have attendance of between five to 10 members. We run a smooth meeting, getting through the agenda in about an hour, unless schools have business they would like to discuss in more detail.
No nearer to closing the gapApril 08, 2019
The defeat of the Morrison Government and a successful Fair Funding Now! campaign at the upcoming federal election will be critical to narrowing the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples across many, if not all, of the targets of the Closing the Gap strategy.