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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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Commit to social policy reform to address gender inequity, says Senior Vice President Amber Flohm 

Federation Senior Vice President Amber Flohm called on delegates to commit to social policy reform that addresses gender inequality and

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Check your transfer status, urgently 

Check your transfer status urgently, lest you might be appointed to a school where you don’t want to go.  Significant

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Better staffing entitlements the goal

Federation’s staffing claims for schools and TAFE are “what’s necessary for a quality, strong and robust public education system, for

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Workplace leaders to usher in future

On the back of successful state and federal election campaigns that removed conservative governments, Federation Annual Conference voted to redouble

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Southern Stars shine spotlight on talent 

As performances are polished for the Southern Stars: The Arena Spectacular, Federation has applauded the leadership and support of teachers

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Murrumbidgee community welcomes school demerger 

Years of dogged activism has paid off in the Riverina with the Government announcement of the demerger of Murrumbidgee Regional

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Four schools saved from closure 

Members in MURWILLUMBAH taking part in December 7 strike action

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Amendments to the 2021-2023 School Staffing Agreement

Recent changes announced to the Staffing Agreement, including access to service transfers, mark the culmination of longstanding Federation policy to

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Casual teachers must replace absent colleagues

Splitting classes, receiving additional students to supervise in your classes, not receiving release from face-to-face (RFF) or having to take

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Crisis response and recovery

Know Your Rights: Education Quarterly, Issue 6 2023 Federation continues to engage with the Department on behalf of members’ health

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Significant win for temporary teachers seeking permanency  

More than 11,000 temporary teachers will be offered a permanent job with the Department of Education after Federation secured broadening

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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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Record numbers of teachers leaving NSW schools

The number of teachers resigning from NSW public schools has doubled in two years as unsustainable workloads and uncompetitive salaries

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Perrottet plan to cut teaching qualifications rejected by expert panel

An expert panel chaired by former NSW Department of Education secretary Mark Scott has rejected the NSW plan for a

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