Improvements won for Hospitality teachers and Career AdvisersMay 16, 2018
Federation has won important gains to relieve workload for hospitality teachers and clarify the classroom teaching requirements of career advisers.
Governments must step up on funding school infrastructureMay 15, 2018
Over the next 10 to 12 years public school enrolments will grow by 23 per cent, demanding a major commitment to expenditure on school infrastructure and a thoroughly informed and well-planned program of public works.
Association Spotlight: Camden-CampbelltownMay 15, 2018
Our Association is home to the Tharawal people, bordered by the Gandangara to the south and Muringong to the north of the Nepean River.
TAFE bound by outdated training packagesMay 14, 2018
TAFE should be approved to develop local qualifications outside the present restrictive training package regime, according to renowned academic and former TAFE teacher Professor Leesa Wheelahan.
Parent leaders primed for campaignMay 14, 2018
New research has shown teachers and principals are ideally placed to drive the campaign for fair funding for public schools.
Your Workplace ContactsMay 14, 2018
The resolution of a dispute at Narraweena Public School on the northern beaches inspired Federation Representative Pierre-Yves Dejean to coin a new union catchcry: “Divided we beg, united we bargain!”
Budget puts big business ahead of educationMay 12, 2018
Federation welcomes Labor’s commitment to restore, in full, the $17 billion cut from schools by the Turnbull Government.
Damaging policy cuts schools’ supportMay 11, 2018
It is critical that Federation members and public school communities remain committed to holding governments to meeting the minimum resource standard, as detailed in the Fair Funding Now campaign, so schools can adequately address the learning needs of all students.