Wear It Purple to empowerJune 21, 2018
Wear It Purple Day is a youth-led day of action held since 2010, founded in response to stories of teenagers who have taken their lives due to the bullying and harassment because of their sexuality and/or gender diversity.
Unity! Strength! Justice!June 18, 2018
A highlight of Federation’s centenary celebrations will be an exhibition honouring its proud 100-year history of support for teachers and their students, schools and communities.
PLAN2 data collection requirements cutJune 18, 2018
The Department of Education has responded positively to Federation’s call for a significant reduction in the workload associated with data collection for PLAN2 in the Early Action for Success (EAfS) schools.
School building program not compliantJune 15, 2018
Federation continues to receive concerning reports from members regarding school building projects in a number of locations across the state.
Join the countdown to our centenaryJune 15, 2018
June 18 marks the start of Federation’s 100-day countdown to the anniversary of its formation 100 years ago.
Concerns about People Matter surveyJune 15, 2018
Survey data from the People Matter employee survey in 2018 will be made available to the Department of Education for individual workplaces with a minimum of 10 respondents.
Teaching without teachers: A new business planJune 15, 2018
I am concerned that teachers are in danger of losing control of who teaches, what is taught and how we teach, as “edu-businesses” move to directly influence politicians, advisers and policy makers.
Staff reject open-space learningJune 14, 2018
While teachers and the community of Arthur Phillip High School welcome the much overdue infrastructure investment, the Department has refused to address numerous issues raised from within the workplace.