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Don’t be angry about schools funding. Be furious. 

Federation recognises that the NSW Department of Education’s recent decision to pull back education funding from schools was hard felt. 

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Recommendations for inclusion

Members of Federation’s Aboriginal Members and Aboriginal Education committees welcome the Australian Education Union’s (AEU) commitment to the 10 recommendations

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Governments must invest in education to address racism

“Throughout history, the role of education in building lasting peace has been undervalued.” (Jane Mann, World Economic Forum, 28 February

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Early childhood education provision

Federation is encouraged by the NSW Government’s 2023–24 Budget commitments to enhance economic opportunities for women in the state. The

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Tips for the year ahead

Your first few years in the profession can be exciting as you embark on developing your craft as an educator

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Casual teacher shortage

The teacher shortage has always been most acutely felt through a scarcity in the availability of casual teacher relief. According

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Full funding will help every student with disability succeed

On 26 March, Federation gave evidence to the parliamentary inquiry into Children and young people with disability in NSW educational

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Temporary engagements

When must I be employed on a temporary engagement?If it is known that a teacher will be required to be

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Stop delaying salary rises

The three TAFE sector enterprise agreements under negotiation with the TAFE Commission of NSW should be settled expeditiously. Since October

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The stakes are too high for complacency

The need to comprehensively overhaul the NSW public school system has never been more urgent. Our mandate, to provide a

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Beginning teachers and induction

Early Career Insights: Education Quarterly, Issue 8 2023 Federation has lobbied consistently for meaningful support and induction programs to be

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Ensuring all reach potential

Enabling Equity: Education Quarterly, Issue 8 2023 Through the national For Every Child campaign teachers continue to ensure students with

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Headway made on access and equity

Multicultural Matters: Education Quarterly, Issue 8 2023 Significant progress has been made regarding culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) students requiring

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Guidelines for breastfeeding workers

Women In Education: Education Quarterly, Issue 8 2023 In 2007, the Government amended the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 to make it

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Negotiations underway for new enterprise agreement

TAFE Talk: Education Quarterly, Issue 8 2023 Federation and TAFE NSW have begun formal bargaining for a replacement to the

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Moving forward

Yarning In Progress: Education Quarterly, Issue 8 2023 In 2018, Federation accepted the invitation issued to all Australians by the

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Increases in casual pay come with changes to pay scale

A Casual Word: Education Quarterly, Issue 8 2023 With the recent hard-fought and won salaries campaign and the resultant restructuring

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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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Pursuing support issues with Department

Enabling Equity: Education Quarterly, Issue 7 2023 Federation regularly receives enquiries regarding the access of support for students with complex

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Recurrent funding must be restored

TAFE Talk: Education Quarterly, Issue 7 2023 There’s a $200 million recurring shortfall in the TAFE NSW budget, a joint

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