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Focus on eliminating racial discrimination 

Today (Thursday 21 March) marks the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, often referred to in Australia as

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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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Education has an important role in saving the planet, conference hears

Students walk through knee-deep water at high tide to get to school, the result of climate change induced sea level

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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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Easy actions for gender equity and equality

Federation members are encouraged to show their support for women and girls by participating in International Women’s Day activities, to

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Paid practicums the way forward for the teaching profession

The NSW Teachers Federation has strongly endorsed a recommendation from the Federal Government’s Universities Accord Final Report to reduce financial

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School funding inequity laid bare by new report

A new report reveals the stark funding gap between private and public schools, with one Sydney private school, Cranbrook, spending

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Do you want to join us on our Sydney Mardi Gras float? 

Federation’s float for the Sydney Mardi Gras parade on Saturday 2 March will celebrate learning and inclusivity of LGBTIQA+ stories

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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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Applications now open for Federation’s $4000 Future Teacher Scholarships 

Applications for 2024 have now closed. Students enrolled in NESA-accredited initial teacher education programs in NSW may be interested in

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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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A role in Federation for you!

Project Officers 2024 You can make your union strong and at the same time build your knowledge and involvement in

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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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Gavrielatos – a profound record of achievement

The NSW Teachers Federation has paid tribute to outgoing President, Angelo Gavrielatos, whose term has concluded today. Gavrielatos assumed the

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More action needed to address teacher shortages

The New South Wales Teachers Federation has urged the NSW Government to tackle the state’s teacher shortage after new data

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Election Notice E2024/169: Federal Executive Member

Nominations are called for: New South Wales Teachers Federation Branch Council Nominations, which must be in writing and comply with

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Feds must fully fund public schools

The New South Wales Teachers Federation is deeply alarmed at reports the Federal government may fall short of fully funding

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