Emboldened by union experienceSeptember 14, 2018
Everyone I worked with at Federation’s head office in Surry Hills during my two-week stint as an Anna Stewart Officer was incredibly generous with their time and energy, making me feel welcome and encouraged.
Paper PlaneSeptember 13, 2018
We usually have a pile of tissue boxes stacked on top of the filing cabinets in our office, but last week the supply dried up. Unfortunately, our noses did not. We have been under siege with germs and sickness and the tissue crisis is indicative of this.
Community demands guarantee Bega TAFE is not for saleSeptember 13, 2018
A community meeting has demanded a guarantee from the Berejiklian Government that the Bega TAFE College will not be sold.
Bringing Country to the classroomSeptember 13, 2018
Inverell High School is proud of its Aboriginal Studies course, one the school believes has fostered a deeper and more authentic relationship between the school and the local Aboriginal community.
Retired Teachers Association newsSeptember 12, 2018
Have you recently retired from teaching or are you close to retiring? Retiring Federation members can maintain their interest in education by joining the Retired Teachers Association.
New OECD report reveals the real cost of Morrison govt education cutsSeptember 12, 2018
Australian teachers are teaching larger classes and working significantly more hours than their colleagues overseas, while public funding for education as a percentage of total government expenditure is falling, according to a new report.
Film reviewSeptember 11, 2018
Ladies in Black, Don’t worry, he won’t get far on foot, Three Identical Strangers, Ghost Hunter 20/9, Leave No Trace
Government admits to drop in TAFE enrolmentsSeptember 10, 2018
NSW Budget Estimates hearings have revealed a further drop in TAFE enrolments, when Minister for TAFE Adam Marshall faced difficult questions about his government’s failed Smart and Skilled policy.
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