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Billboard rolls into Hunter urging PM not to shortchange local kids

The Prime Minister and local federal Labor MPs will be urged to fully resource public schools across the Hunter region

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Prime Minister urged not to shortchange Mid North Coast kids 

The NSW Teachers Federation is ramping up its campaign to fully resource public schools in Coffs Harbour and the Mid

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Prime Minister urged not to shortchange Dubbo kids 

The NSW Teachers Federation is ramping up its campaign to fully resource public schools in Dubbo and the Central West,

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Prime Minister urged not to shortchange New England-North West kids

The NSW Teachers Federation is ramping up its campaign to fully resource public schools in the New England-North West region,

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Prime Minister urged not to shortchange Northern Rivers kids

The NSW Teachers Federation is ramping up its campaign to fully resource public schools in Northern Rivers, encouraging the Prime

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Prime Minister urged not to shortchange Wagga Wagga kids

The NSW Teachers Federation is ramping up its campaign to fully resource public schools in Wagga Wagga, encouraging the Prime

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Teachers, principals and parents unite in funding push

Teachers, parents and principals have united in a joint appeal to the Prime Minister to plug a $1.9 billion funding

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Investing in the future demands better resourced schools

Australia numbers among a small elite of the world’s most prosperous, stable and democratic societies. How is it then that

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Teachers back Minns and Car in fight for education funding

NSW teachers have endorsed the strong determination of Premier Chris Minns and Education Minister Prue Car to secure full funding

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2024 School and TAFE planners available online 

PDF versions of Federation’s 2024 school and TAFE planners are available for immediate download.   Members can find the planners

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Parliamentary report links psychological injury to workload, teacher shortage

The NSW Teachers Federation has strongly endorsed a NSW parliamentary committee’s recognition that crushing workloads are leading to more psychological

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Stand united for high-quality public education

We are at a crucial juncture in the fight for the provision of high-quality public education in NSW. The salary

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Private and secondary employment

Know Your Rights: Education Quarterly, Issue 8 2023 Teachers undertaking private and secondary employment have a responsibility to ensure that

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Government puts pen to paper, inking pay rises for teachers

It’s official. The Heads of Agreement poised to make beginning and top-of-scale school teachers the nation’s best paid – and

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Check your employment category

A Casual Word: Education Quarterly, Issue 7 2023 Federation encourages all teachers to familiarise themselves with the different employment categories

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NSW teacher shortage won’t be solved with 2.5 per cent 

The State Government must rule out a 2.5 per cent wage cap or risk a worsening teacher shortage. The Government

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Teachers turn up the dial on Minns Government 

Members fed up with NSW Labor’s failure to act decisively on teacher salaries, the teacher shortage and excessive workloads expressed

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Rallies target NSW Labor over failure to keep its promise to teachers 

The latest in a growing series of rallies displaying members’ discontent with NSW Labor walking away from a deal to

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Meetings about teaching practice

Know Your Rights: Education Quarterly, Issue 7 2023 Discussions between teachers and their immediate supervisors about teaching practice should be

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Government must attend to vital infrastructure issues 

The classroom shortage, maintenance backlog, the program to build public preschools, and affordable housing are key infrastructure issues Federation is

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AI plans: Teachers, students and parents must take centre stage 

The rise of artificial intelligence in education was a priority when Federation met with the NSW Department and then the

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