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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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Members mark TAFE Day

NSW Teachers Federation members celebrated National TAFE Day today and reflected on the difference a TAFE education has made to

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Historic advance: In-principle agreement to boost NSW teachers’ pay and tackle shortage

The NSW Teachers Federation’s Executive has reached an in-principle Heads of Agreement with the NSW Government to tackle the teacher

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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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Voice date set: Let’s make history!

The Voice referendum has been set for Saturday, 14 October, meaning we now have only a matter of weeks to

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Plan early for return from maternity/parental leave

Women In Education: Education Quarterly, Issue 7 2023 Given the complexities of coordinating childcare availability and a school timetable, teachers

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Equal pay day 2023: “What’s missing matters” 

On Equal Pay Day, Federation is calling on the Minns Government to “Honour The Deal”. In July, the Government agreed

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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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We can do more for refugees

Multicultural Matters: Education Quarterly, Issue 7 2023 When nearly half of all people forced to fl ee war, violence and

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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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AG report shows urgency of addressing teacher shortages in the Bush

The NSW Government must honour its agreement to lift teacher salaries amid a damning Auditor General report into regional, remote

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Tips for navigating accreditation

Early Career Insights: Education Quarterly, Issue 7 2023 Understanding accreditationTeacher accreditation is linked to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

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Walk together, write ‘yes’ on your ballot paper

Yarning In Progress: Education Quarterly, Issue 7 2023 The Uluru Statement from the Heart is an invitation from Aboriginal and

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Election Notice – E2023/46

Nominations are called for: New South Wales Teachers Federation (NSWTF) Branch General Division TAFE Division New South Wales Teachers Federation

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Presidential Elections – E2023/75

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

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Reimagining VET through expansive public education provision

Federation Senior Vice President Amber Flohm told Annual Conference that ‘opportunities to reimagine the provision of vocational education with the

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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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