Council Report: 15 September 2018September 20, 2018
As we celebrate the centenary of the Federation, it has been an opportunity to reflect on the democratic traditions of the union.
Call to retain public school landSeptember 20, 2018
The NSW Government recently announced the construction of a new primary school and high school on the Meadowbank TAFE site to “cater for the community’s growing number of families”.
New leadership course for womenSeptember 19, 2018
Federation has introduced a new course for women to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to undertake leadership positions at various levels.
Association Spotlight: Temora Teachers AssociationSeptember 19, 2018
Our population in Temora is 4000 in town and 7000 in the shire, with Ariah Park also a part of our shire.
New incentives to attract and retain teachersSeptember 19, 2018
Federation has continued to campaign for increased levels of funding and strategies to attract and retain teachers at rural and remote public schools in NSW.
Demands for superannuation reformsSeptember 18, 2018
Federation has called on government to implement initiatives requiring all superannuation funds to be more transparent and accountable.
Quick chats a positive experienceSeptember 18, 2018
Community members are receptive to conversations about funding for public schools, teachers participating in Fair Funding Now! week of action activities reported.
Gaining strength through women’s storiesSeptember 17, 2018
The report for the first Women’s Conference in 1978 in the Education journal included an article by Jennie George who wrote, in reference to sexism, what it means and how it operates.
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