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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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Government on notice: it will be held to its commitments!

It was prescient that Minister Prue Car should thank The Hon Dr Geoff Gallop in her speech at our recent

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Ministers sign on for 100pc SRS 

The NSW and federal education ministers today signed a pledge to commit to funding public schools to meet the minimum

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Significant announcement on school funding by NSW Labor

NSW Labor’s commitment to end the underfunding of public schools is a significant announcement that will be welcomed by teachers

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NSW Government cuts funding for catch-up school program

Internal documents reveal funding for a COVID catch-up program has been cut by the NSW Government with schools instructed to

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Rorris illuminates government overfunding of private schools

A new report authored by senior economist Adam Rorris has revealed the NSW Government is overfunding NSW private schools by almost $850 million, while choosing to underfund public schools by $2 billion every single year.

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Ensuring the highest quality public education

Delegates have endorsed a plan for Senior Officers to develop a campaign to build support for a new bilateral agreement, which will include enough funding to ensure all public schools are funded at 100 per cent of the Schooling Resource Standard (SRS).

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Teachers Federation welcomes election of Albanese Government

NSW Teachers Federation congratulates the Hon. Anthony Albanese MP and the ALP on winning government.

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Coalition’s $10bn in sweeteners for private schools while public schools remain underfunded.

The Coalition Government has shelled out more than $10 billion in special deals to private schools during its time in office while 99 per cent of public schools have gone underfunded, a new report has revealed.

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Federal funding shortfall exposed at Principals’ Conference

More than 250 public school principals gathered at Federation’s auditorium in Sydney on Friday, 24 March, to discuss education policy

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Core of Gonski is our nation’s future

A decade on from Gonski, an architect of the reforms said the model can be refloated when political, business and

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It’s time for the Government to make wellbeing in schools a priority

​A long period of drought, catastrophic fires and a disrupted school year amid the uncertainty, fear and anxiety attached to the COVID-19 pandemic has made for a perfect storm as far as the mental health of young people is concerned.

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Announcement fails to recognise student need

The NSW Teachers Federation today described the 2021 budget for public schools as disappointing, saying it failed to provide the additional funding necessary to support students and counter the impact of a global pandemic.

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